In the fourth installment of the fighting franchise, Boyka is shooting for the big leagues when an accidental death in the ring makes him question everything he stands for. When he finds out the wife of the man he accidentally killed is in trouble, Boyka offers to fight in a series of impossible battles to free her from a life of servitude.

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Reviewers Notes: 1. If you arrived at this franchise late, you would be forgiven for feeling a little lost. But if you have seen the others, this new instalment is surprisingly satisfying. 2. For newbies, the original "Undisputed" (which starred A-listers) took an unexpected turn. Not uncommon for film franchises these days, later attempts to keep the franchise going involved smaller budgets and lesser-known stars. But here UNDISPUTED got lucky. A younger Scott Adkins found his ideal role in Yuri Boyka (much like Stallone found Rocky) and gave new life to UNDISPUTED in two back-to-back segments. 3. At that point, things get a little murky. For reasons that are not entirely clear to this reviewer, there was a long gap between the last instalment and this one. During that time, Adkins handlers gave him a series of odd B-movie parts, some of which (heavy sigh) were purely dramatic and had no fight sequences at all. The closest thing to a good MMA movie that Adkins did recently was NINJA SHADOW OF A TEAR. However, as the IMDb rating for that movie shows, it was still not in the class of UNDISPUTED. 4. AND HE'S BACK! Boy, nobody does Boyka like Adkins! Plus someone actually opened their wallets and spent some cash bringing this one to the screen. You have enough "producers" in the credits to start a football squad. David White, who penned the last two Boykas (also the sloppier SHADOW OF A TEAR) had help in developing the story from Boaz Davidson, a writer with a few dozen action hits under his belt. Interestingly (!) Davidson worked with Stallone on the Expendables franchise. Director Todor Chapkanov is new to the franchise but acquits himself well as an action director. 5. The narrative backbone of the story is a bit soppy -- this one could have been subtitled "Boyka Gets Religion" -- but thankfully it is used mainly as a plot device to keep the fight scenes coming. 6. There is a scene at the 40:00 minute mark where Boyka is training and another fighter tries to "claim" his punching bag. It is a short sequence but memorable. 7. Also clever is the way the film ends with Boyka back in prison. For most characters that would be a negative. But, and you will see this if you watch the series in order, Boyka THRIVES in prison! Is there a Boyka 5 coming? We can only hope.

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