I'll start off by saying that this is probably the strongest of the Undisputed series, but I will also temper that by saying that these films are pretty awful. This one is a story of personal redemption, etc. through winning a prison ultimate fighting competition. Need I say more?
Eight elite fighters – all from different high security prisons around the world – have been brought together in Georgia to compete in a last man standing type competition. They have been brought together by an underground gambling consortium. The fighters have all been promised their freedom if they win. That is what they have been promised, but these rich and powerful men have no intention of granting that.
Russian inmate Boyka (Scott Adkins – X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Bourne Ultimatum) has a severe knee injury, but that is not going to stop him from trying to win. He is going to do anything to regain his position as the ultimate fighter and his dignity.
All the story stuff works as it should. The underdog anti-hero trying to regain his past glory. That plus some gruesomely awesome fight scenes and fight fans will eat this stuff up. For the rest of us who require some kind of quality to our films we will have to struggle through the hokey dialogue and sub par acting.