An attempt to purchase beer becomes a nightmare for underage friends Chase, Jake and Dillon when Chase ends up dead, Jake gets shot in the back, and Dillon - a championship wrestler - goes to prison for manslaughter. Released after ten years, Dillon's greeted by Jake, who lines him up with a job and introduces him to the world of minor league MMA fighting. Due to Jake's outstanding gambling debt, Dillon agrees to three fights to cover it and literally save Jake's life but finds himself caught between gangsters, dirty cops, a shady promoter, a snide parole officer and Jake's disapproving sister. Written by
His only way out is getting back in
11 May 2012 (USA)
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Among his many injuries, Jake gets shot in the mouth, putting a hole through his cheek. Though sutured up and leaving only a small scratch (remarkable in itself), the blast alone would have burned his mouth, yet the injury fails to impede Jake's diction in any degree. See more
What's in it for you?
Twenty percent. You fight who I say, when I say.
I don't think I'm the fighter you're lookin' for.
Well, I don't know either, but after what I saw last night, and from what I know, I think you owe it to yourself to find out.
References The Wire
Two Hundred Grand
Written by Ian Honeyman
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