He tried to escape, but was disabled as a result. Letting alone the fact that his arm has unbelievably good veins for someone who has been shooting for years, and the fact he appears to inject retrogradely into muscle rather than vein there is in addition a revealing prop: he pushes the needle about 3cm into his arm and then pulls it away revealing that the needle is now 3cm shorter. Substituting for it prepared the Russian mafia Gaga and his manager, Phil, in order to reduce the Chambers in the ring with the prison champion Yuri Boyko, whose unbeaten impact on illegal betting and money worth Gaga. Chambers is sent to jail after being wrongly convicted of drug charges. Later, Chambers confronts Boyka over the sedative incident; after Boyka learns that his gang spiked Chambers' water behind his back, Chambers demands a rematch to ensure his release.
Undisputed 2 is the second installment in the Undisputed series, and the Kuwait made film was released in English. In a prop like this the needle pushes into the syringe giving the illusion that it goes into the body. Chambers receives training in mixed martial arts from Crot, who was a and the one who trained Boyka in his. Phil got in touch with the mafia, because I thought that the work on this large sum. Crot then meets with his long lost niece and the two embrace.
George released and receives its share of the profits, but Gaga says that he will not forget what made him immediately. Once you surrender to the fact that Walter Hill is the Undisputed winner in directing. Prior to the fight however, Boyka's gang force Steven, who is acting as Chambers' cornerman, to spike his water with a light sedative during the fight. Now he wants to see his niece. George is training with former soldier Nicholas, nicknamed mole.
White does the best with what he's been given and the fight scenes are well staged. He is rescued from both forms of humiliation by an inmate named Crot, who uses a wheelchair. Eventually, Chambers realizes that Boyka will not lose consciousness, will not submit, and will likely knock him out if the fight goes on too long. Shortly thereafter, Chambers is released from prison and uses his winnings to buy Crot's freedom as well. Für ordentliche Choreografien bürgt Britannias Martial-Arts-Koryphäe Scott Adkins sowohl als Berater als auch als Whites Filmgegner.
Once the rematch begins, it is apparent to all the viewers that the combatants are evenly matched and Chambers is more impressive in his style. With no way to get out, Chambers has to fight in order to survive. Sequel to the 2002 film. Gaga and Warden Markov tell Chambers that if he fights Boyka, he will likely get an expedited appeal and early release. In a rematch George Boyko wins, breaking his leg.
Undisputed 2 was written by Boaz Davidson and James Townsend. Droht will man Chambers zwingen, im Gladiatorenkäfig gegen den lokalen Champ Uri Boyka anzutreten. Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing is an action drama film that was released in 2006. The prison officials arrange these fights and place large side-bets to make a personal profit, often at the expense of the fighters. He told Chambers that he was in prison because of his brother and his constantly tortured. Jetzt aber ist seine Angriffslust geweckt. Being in possession of a lot of information, George decides to negotiate with the authorities and called for the release of Nicholas.
But as soon as the director yelled 'Cut! Phil starts to blackmail George, but soon it removes Gaga. It is the sequel to the 2002. Chambers shares a cell with Steven Parker, a British junkie. » Former heavyweight champion, George 'The Iceman' Chambers Micheal Jai White, taking over for Ving Rhames is sent to a Russian gulag on trumped-up charges where he must fight. It also features performances by Scott Adkins and Ben Cross.
Once you get past that this movie is less of a sequel than a remake one that misses the whole crux of the original I might add. Actors: Michael Jai White, Scott Adkins, Ben Cross, Eli Danker, Mark Ivanir, Ken Lerner, Daisy Lang Description George Iceman Chambers has been embroiled in a complicated business, and arrested on false charges of drug trafficking. It was followed by two sequels: 2010 and 2016 , which continue the story of prison fighter Yuri Boyka, played by Adkins. Chambers alters his strategy and manages to get Boyka in a and ends the fight by breaking Boyka's leg, proving that he is the undisputed new champion of the prison. Chambers initially refuses, but after spending time in demeaning physical labor in the prison's sewer system and experiencing firsthand the brutality of the guards, he reluctantly agrees. To sum up, more in common with the Penitentiary films of days of yore than a sequel to Undisputed, but it's still solid.