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Uber MMA fighter manager Ivy Reed (B-movie action star of the '80s and '90s Cynthia Rothrock) is unique as a woman in a male-dominated field, using a special formula to find her champion fighters. Though her trainer Jimmy doesn't see eye to eye with her, he nevertheless works with her latest crop of "auditionees," Dustin, Connor, Tyler, Hunter and Mason, to see which will have the career making boost of being managed by Ivy. Written by
Well how do I put it, one of my favorite female martial artists brought down to this level, what were they thinking, soft porn for gay men or just a flesh fest for the ladies, acting, well there wasn't any. For a martial arts movie the fight scenes and action were at the best lacking. I was expecting a film that was worth watching, however I found myself fast forwarding to avoid the shower of bad acting and semi-nudity. I find it insulting that the martial artists showed little if any talent in both acting and martial arts, adding insult to injury they have the leading lady as a minimal, non-fighting entity, this from a lady who has been five-time World Karate Champion in forms and weapons between 1981 and 1985.
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