After being humiliated in the ring by a dirty kickboxer who pulled down his shorts and then hit him, a martial arts master decides to travel to China and enter a monastery where he may learn the Shaolin form of fighting. The film then veers into "Karate Kid" territory where the novice humiliates himself at every turn, is tolerated as a foreigner, and still comes out a champion. The monastery teaches non-violence, but everyone knows that sooner or later the student will catch up with the bad guy.
John Sacksteder <email@example.com>
23 July 1992 (Germany)
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King of the Kickboxers II
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As many as 400 actors would have their heads shaved at a time to play the parts of Shaolin monks and disciples. See more
During the first fight between Drew and Trevor, the crowd outside of the ring clearly disappears and reappears between shots. See more
[seeing San De sweep the back garden
What's the deal? Is everyone in this temple deaf? Or even if you could hear me, you wouldn't understand me right? Right, baldy? Shine your head for a quarter?
Music and Lyrics by Eddie Cochran
and Jerry Capehart
Lead vocals: Stephen Hogg
Backing voice: Jim Knettle
Produced and Arranged by Richard Yuen See more