When the champ's promoter, Reverend Sultan, decides something new is needed to boost the marketability of the boxing matches, he searches and finds the only man to ever beat the champ. The problem is that he isn't a boxer anymore and he's white. However, once Reverend Sultan convinces him to fight, he goes into heavy training, while the confident champ takes it easy, and falls out of shape.
P. Wong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
If you can't find the perfect contender....make one.
Did You Know?
The boxing in this movie is fairly poor, however, Geoff Musser's is far worse, and he has no hope. See more
Since the beginning of the film Roper is clearly not in the physical shape an experienced professional heavyweight boxer has to be in. See more
Rev. Fred Sultan
if there isn't a white heavyweight out there for you, I'm going to create you one.
"white heavyweight?", The words don't even go together, it's like saying "black unity"
While walking back to dressing room after fight, Conklin is followed by two little people from his entourage. See more
Spoofs Roger & Me
Who's The Champion
Performed by Ghostface Killah
Written by RZA
(as Robert Diggs Jr.) and Ghostface Killah
(as Dennis Coles)
Produced by RZA
Ghostface Killah appears courtesy of Razor Sharp Records
RZA appears courtesy of Loud Records See more