Russian inmate Boyka, now severely hobbled by the knee injury suffered at the end of Undisputed 2. No longer the feared prison fighter he was, he has declined so far that he is now good only for cleaning toilets. But when a new prison fight tournament begins - an international affair, matching the best fighters from prisons around the globe, enticing them with the promise of freedom for the winner - Boyka must reclaim his dignity and fight for his position in the tournament Written by
One Deadly Tournament. A Last Fight For Freedom.
17 June 2010 (United Arab Emirates)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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In a 2014 interview, Scott Adkins
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During the last fight scene between Uri Boyka (Adkins) and Raul 'Dolor' Quinones (Zaror) just after Boyka is knocked out of the ring, Dolor turns around with his arms spread to receive praise from the crowd, his back tattoo has been smeared off. When Boyka comes back into the ring with the "bandage" on his leg, we can see that the tattoo has been restored. See more
Raul 'Dolor' Quinones
They say Boyka is now king of toilets...
If I am king of toilets, then what does that make you when I beat the living shit out of you?
Referenced in Story of My Life
I Smell Blood
Written by James Bacchi
Performed by Max Boogie Overdrive
Published by Low Tide Music (BMI) and James Bacchi (BMI)
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