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[Trina knocks at the door]
Wow. Look at you, all cleaned up. I've missed you.
I missed you, too. I have dinner reservations at...
I'm not hungry. Not for food.
[she bites her lip and grins at him]
Oh, nothing. Just a little bruise.
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There are just to many newbie's to the acting field in this movie. You can tell who is new by noticing the ones who absolutely can't act. The story seems more of a remake of Undisputed 2; and not a very good one.
If you have seen Undisputed 2 you have seen this movie as well.
Undisputed 2 is much better.
The acting is just bad... The speech is not smooth, it is as if they are still reading their lines, the fight scenes for the most part are not fluid and hugely tell tell signs of choreograph; I don't even know why they even both to pull punches any decent fighter can see it moving in slow motion with plenty of time to counter.
Don't bother to watch this movie if only for your favorite MMA fighter, they just have a short intro cameo.
basically it is a CRAPPY version of undisputed 2.
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