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An actual MMA beating is preferable to this steaming excrement
If it were a student film, they'd barely pass, despite their $27,000,000 budget! (Could've fed 14k African villages for a decade - yes, I did the math).
Plot summary: remember that episode of friends, where Monica's millionaire boyfriend Jon Favrau wanted to suddenly become the UFC champion? That's the plot here, except with an all female cast in the ghetto.
The script is as stale as Adam Sandler's rotten tomatoes average. The acting as stiff as the late Roger Ebert's jaw.
Everything is awful. The sound, the cameras used, the editing, the sets, the make up, etc...
The single redeeming feature this film has is it's numerous lingering shots of Miesha Tate's ass.
Imagine Brock Lesnar reciting Shakespeare; same thing.
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