Willy Stone, a punch-drunk former boxer, attacks a young fighter for no apparent reason, breaking the younger man's hands. Edmonds, a Detroit hood, has invested much in the young boxer and is enraged when he finds out the boxer can never fight again. Five-O seeks to find Willy before Edmonds can extract his revenge. Meanwhile, Edmonds has summoned a hit man from the Mainland to kill Willy.
Did You Know?
The gun the hit-man Duke (portrayed by Frank Webb
) uses to kill Edmonds (portrayed by Albert Paulsen
) is a revolver with a silencer attached. The silencer would not work in this scenario, because in order for a silencer to work, it is necessary for the sound and gas produced by the gun remain inside the "closed system" of a semi-automatic, in order to be stifled and dissipated by the attached silencer, instead of escaping from the open cylinder of a revolver. See more
[Cal is talking to Edmonds about the planned hit on Willy
They'll never ok the contract. You don't hit guys like Willy... Beat up on him, like he did Robby, but hit... No.
References Slaves of Love