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|Directed by||Todor Chapkanov|
|Story by||Boaz Davidson|
|Music by||Steve Edwards|
|Edited by||Irit Raz|
|Distributed by||Millennium Films|
Boyka: Undisputed is a 2016 American martial arts film and is the sequel to the 2010 boxing film Undisputed III: Redemption. Scott Adkins reprises his role as Yuri Boyka. Tim Man, who choreographed the action for Adkins in Isaac Florentine's Ninja: Shadow of a Tear, serves as the film's fight choreographer.
The film takes place several months after the events of the previous film. Martial artist Yuri Boyka is now a free man and has a manager named Kiril. He still fights in underground matches in Kiev, Ukraine. In a match, Yuri accidentally killed his opponent Viktor. He begins to regret and think about what he was fighting for. He later discovered Viktor has a wife named Alma. Yuri tells Kiril to make a fake passport so he goes to Russia to meet Alma.
In a town in Russia, Yuri knows Alma owed money to a crime boss named Zourab. Alma lives in a community center and she served as a waitress in Zourab's underground fighting club. Zourab is now searching for a good martial artist to fight in his club. Yuri wants to help Alma pay her debt. Yuri make a deal with Zourab that he will fight for him, exchange for Alma's freedom. Zourab agrees and suggests Yuri to fight in three matches.
Alma invites Yuri to the training room in the community center for his training. Yuri easily defeats his opponent in the first match. He then must fight the two brothers in the second match, also defeats them by double knock out. In the community center, Yuri asks Alma why she does not leave the town. She replies she cannot leave the children, and without this center the children could become gangsters or bad guys.
In the third match, Yuri defeats Igor Kazmir, the elite henchman of Zourab. Yuri is about to leave, but Zourab forces Yuri to fight one more match to defeat his true champion, Yuri reluctantly agrees. Zourab bribes a high-ranking police officer to bring Koshmar to his club. Koshmar is a giant, furious and relentless martial artist. Zourab thinks Yuri cannot defeat Koshmar.
At first because Koshmar has a large and strong body, Yuri cannot hurt him. After a intense moments, Yuri breaks one arm and one leg of Koshmar. Finally Yuri kicks Koshmar out of the ring, make him unconscious. Angered Zourab takes Alma as a hostage and orders his henchmen to kill Yuri. However, Yuri kills all of Zourab's henchmen and chases after him. Yuri gets shot in his stomach, but he grabbed Zourab, punch in his face and choke him to death. Injured Yuri asks Alma if she can forgive him for what he did to her husband. Yuri was arrested by the police shortly after.
Six months later, Alma visits Yuri in the prison. She tells him she finally forgive him, and he thanks her. Yuri continues fighting in the prison to pursue the title most complete martial artist in the world.
- Scott Adkins as Yuri Boyka
- Teodora Duhovnikova as Alma
- Martyn Ford as Koshmar
- Brahim Achabbakhe as Igor Kazmir
- Emilien De Falco as Viktor
- Alon Aboutboul as Zourab
- Julian Vergov as Slava
- Valentin Ganev as Warden Markov
Production began in late June 2015 in Bulgaria and completed production on July 31, 2015.
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