The well known action hero and star of the most acclaimed combative techniques films, Jean-Claude Van Damme, will demonstrate to you that he has not lost any of his aptitude and strength.
Coordinated and composed by Dimitri Logothetis, ‘Kickboxer: Revenge’ was made, the seventh film in the establishment and the continuation of the last piece of ‘Kickboxer: Revenge’, in which Alain Moussi, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Sara Malakul Lane and Sam Medina repeat the jobs.
The lead job was again played by Alain Moussi as Sloane, and separated from Jean-Claude Van Damme, the seventh part offers a small bunch of renowned appearances, yet not from the acting, but rather sports milieu, for example, previous world boxing champion Mike Tyson, who plays a detainee compelled to battle in jail and the extraordinary football star Ronaldinho.
Regardless, this energizing battling film offers unsurprising fun with battles, absent much by way of philosophizing, which makes it exceptionally unwinding and simple to watch, without superfluous intricacies that give a cerebral pain in a type where it isn’t actually fundamental. is eighteen months since Kurt Sloane (Alain Moussi) killed Tong Po and vindicated the passing of his sibling Eric.
Presently an expert contender in America, Kurt beats another warrior. After the battle, two American state cops approach him and reveal to him that he should get back to Thailand because of the demise of Tong Po. At the point when Kurt requests to see their recognizable proof, specialists debilitate him with an electric stun.
Sloan awakens in a Thai jail, where he is acquainted with Thomas Tang Moore (Christopher Lambert), the coordinator of an underground competition wherein Kurt, Eric and Tong Po contended. Moore reveals to Kurt that when Tong Po was crushed, Sloane should remain as the new hero, however when he returned, Moore needed to track down another boss, and he discovered him in the 181kg Mongut (Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson), with whom he now Sloan needs to battle in the event that he needs to return home.