One-time martial arts prodigy Michael Shaw is sentenced to community service at a rundown karate school, where he gets back into the discipline of the sport. During a local MMA fight he encounters the man who killed his family a decade ago, and his decision to get revenge involves going behind his karate master's back to train and compete in the upcoming MMA tournament. When he finally goes toe to toe in the ring with his parents' killer he won't stop until the last punch knocks his opponent to the ground, leaving him TAPPED OUT.
Grindstone Entertainment Group, LLC
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for bloody martial arts fights, violence, language and a sexual image
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Did You Know?
Allan Ungar and Cody Hackman met in Los Angeles at a house party and discovered that they both grew up just outside Toronto. Hackman pitched Ungar the idea for the story, and the two spent the next couple of weeks sitting in different Starbucks locations around Los Angeles writing the film. See more
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