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College Kickboxers (aka Trained to Fight) (1991) - Ken McLeod, Mark Williams, Tang Tak-Wing

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From the writer and producer of Iron Angels (Angel), this underrated American B-martial arts film stars Ken McLeod (Showdown; credited as Ken Rendell Johnson), Tang Tak-Wing (The Brave Archer and His Mate), Jeff Langton (Final Impact), and Mark Williams (Dragon Fight, The Master). Academy Entertainment released the film on VHS as Trained to Fight but it was released on DVD under its original title.

 

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37 minutes ago, ShaOW!linDude said:

I remember this being pretty good. I need to track this down.

 

2 hours ago, AlbertV said:

From the writer and producer of Iron Angels (Angel), this underrated American B-martial arts film stars Ken McLeod (Showdown; credited as Ken Rendell Johnson), Tang Tak-Wing (The Brave Archer and His Mate), Jeff Langton (Final Impact), and Mark Williams (Dragon Fight, The Master). Academy Entertainment released the film on VHS as Trained to Fight but it was released on DVD under its original title.

 

Is this the one where there's a gang of Chinese students, who go round bullying the hero on campus?. Or have I got thhis mixed up with another late 80s Kikcboxing film?

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Just now, DragonClaws said:

Is this the one where there's a gang of Chinese students, who go round bullying the hero on campus?. Or have I got thhis mixed up with another late 80s Kikcboxing film?

No, in this one, the White Tigers are a racist group of martial artists who in one scene ambush the hero but then gets theirs from Chef Wing, who later becomes the hero's kung fu teacher.

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Recently sat down and watched this movie for the first time. You can read my full length ramblethon, by clicking on the link below, thank-you.

 

 

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