To Be King is the story of down and out son of a professional boxer, Tyrone King, who loses his family and is plagued with setbacks but finds redemption in his life to move on. He crosses paths with the man who trained his father and the man who lead his father to his death in the underground fighting world. King finds faith in himself to stand up, fall in love and against all odds become a champion. Written by
To Be King film release & autograph signing was held at the famed Starrett City Boxing club. See more »
After the first scenes with Frank and Jimmy, the screen flashes the month as January. A few scenes later, Tyrone's phone receives a text message with a date stamp of February. This scene would have taken place 3 days later. See more »
I attended a private viewing of "To Be King" with my son, an inspiring professional boxer, we were thoroughly entertained at the content of this film, a true urban tale of a fighters plight and will to succeed despite the obstacles placed before him, on his road to success. The acting was excellent and all of the characters brought color to the film and the lead actors life. The lead character Nigel Harvey had me truly convinced that he was a professional pugilist or at least a professional trainer at the Starret City Boxing Club, I especially commend Nigel's work as for he struggled with the untimely lost of his beloved mother during the filming. The spirit of Jimmy O' was very present as well. 5 STARS
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