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Two small screen veterans of American television, Corin Nemec (Parker Lewis: Can't Lose) and Ernie Reyes, Jr. (Sidekicks) co-star with Ultimate Fighting Championship mainstay Kimo in the chop-socky extravaganza The Ultimate Fight. Shishir Inocalla stars as Pinoy, a martial arts pro who travels from Asia to America and lands in the middle of a blood-curdling gang war. Backed up against the wall and forced to single-handedly take on the members of the Crazy Dragons gang, Pinoy temporarily staves off his aggressors - and saves the life of Jesse (Reyes) in the process. The two forge a deep friendship, and Jesse introduces Pinoy to his father (National Tae Kwon Do champion Ernie Reyes, Sr.). But then the Crazy Dragons return, surrounding Jesse's house and threatening the safety - and sanctity - of his family. Jesse, Pinoy, and Kimo (playing himself) must then team up against the Crazy Dragons in a take-no-prisoners martial arts battle - where only one side will walk out alive. Reyes, Jr. directs, from a script he co-authored with Manu Tupou.