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Tales from the Undercard 

The team uncovers an underground fighting league after they discover the body of a retired boxer buried under concrete at a construction site.

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Danny Messer
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Lindsay Monroe
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Sid Hammerback
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Adam Ross
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When a slab of concrete starts bleeding in midtown, the CSIs' investigation takes them into the underground world of hardcore fighting, where men moonlight as "weekend warriors" for the pleasure of a live viewing audience. Written by CBS Publicity

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When Mac is watching video of the fight, it obviously isn't from fixed web-cams. The views, zooms and angles could only have been filmed by a live cameraman in the middle of the action. See more »

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Too Many Errors
1 June 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I accept that there has to be a certain amount of "poetic licence" to enable the story line to be completed within the episode, but this episode has to be the worst (so far) for all the mistakes that are evident. The script writers should be fired! Obvious errors: Tyre tracks overlaid on way in – why not reset on way out? Concrete cutter blade not large enough to cut to depth extracted. Body dumped on soil, but thick layer under body Concrete area is large, not feasible to be done in one night by one mixer. Why didn't foreman question new concrete anyway? Where did the blood come from as jack-hammer did not penetrate deep enough to hit the body, and no damage to body anyway, no blood seepage into concrete. Concrete in mixer had aggregate included in mix, when chiselled out – no stones. Small chisel and hammer used would not break the cement.


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