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Victory by Submission (2017)

Tommy Hendricks has been fighting it out as an MMA fighter in the ring, but comes to realize that it his past that he has been fighting in the cage and taking him away from his real fight, finding God in his life.

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Alan Autry

Writer:

Alan Autry
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Credited cast:
Eric Roberts ... Leon 'The Neon' Harris
Lee Majors ... Sam Jordan
Alan Autry ... Hank Hendricks
Fred Williamson ... Pokey Lewis
Rachel Hendrix ... Trish Hendricks
Ryan Milton Pratt ... Security Guard
Darrell Mapson ... Homeless Man #1
Brett Prieto Brett Prieto ... Tommy Hendricks
Tara Marks ... Elaine
Stephen Cloud ... Chuck Samson
Jeffrey Smith ... Bar Patron
Rhonda Hedegaard ... News Reporter
Peter Sommers
Brendan O'Connell ... Security Guard
Dominick D'Ambrosia Dominick D'Ambrosia ... Security Guard 2
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Tommy Hendricks has been fighting it out as an MMA fighter in the ring, but comes to realize that it his past that he has been fighting in the cage and taking him away from his real fight, finding God in his life.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 February 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Fresno, California, USA

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Very impressive!
23 February 2017 | by dbrgdmnSee all my reviews

This is a Faith Based Indy film made in Fresno, CA, using mostly local actors from DeVore Studios. I saw the screening of this film at People's Church a few weeks ago. As a native Fresnan, I recognized most of the locations. Brett Prieto's performance as "Tommy" is outstanding in my opinion, although Brett looks more like a male model than a MMA fighter. The fight scenes seemed very realistic, in fact, a friend who accompanied me to the screening is a Nurse Practitioner, and was grossed-out by the scene where "Crazy Dan" is badly beaten-up in the ring. She kept saying "This is horrible! This is just horrible!". I had to keep reassuring her that I know the actor that played Crazy Dan, and he is just fine. Kudos to Alan Autry for all his hard work on this film, and I hope to see more films from him in the near future.


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