I honestly don't know why this movie only got 5.6 out of 10. This is the first movie I ever did a review on so you can believe its good. Michael Jai White does his thing in the movie. My favorite scene is when he fights like 6 cops handcuffed. All the UFC and MMA fighters did good acting wise except for one. I can't remember his name but he look like a white king-kong. His acting was horrible but everything else in the movie as far as story line, plot and all else was good. if you like this movie, like it at facebook.com/neverbackdown2 ! Michael Jai White always delivers. I am a big fan of his and love all his movies. I really thought this would be a fail looking at the trailer which SUCKED but the movie was awesome!
Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011) 720p YIFY Movie
Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011)
Four fighters with different backgrounds come together to train under an ex-MMA rising star and then ultimately have to fight each other.
IMDB: 5.815 Likes
The Synopsis for Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011) 720p
Ex-boxer Zack (Alex Meraz), talented MMA fighter Tim (Todd Duffee), bullied record store clerk Justin (Scott Epstein), and wrestler Mike (Dean Geyer) come from various backgrounds, but they all share one thing in common: a passion for the "savage science" and quickly become loyal to their unorthodox trainer, Case (Michael Jai White), a brilliant ex-UFC Champion down on his own luck. Teaching them about much more than fighting, Case prepares the young men for a competition called the Beatdown, run by local college kid and fight impresario Max (Evan Peters). When their mentor gets set-up by some bad cops, the young men band together to root out a traitor in their midst.
The Director and Players for Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011) 720p
The Reviews for Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011) 720p
Great FilmReviewed bypedromarrero2002Vote: 10/10
The story follows four fighter who trains ex-MMA rising star. Each of the fighters have different reasons for training and why he wants to join the Beatdown tournament. It's one of the problems of this movie. The reason why Mike Stokes wants to join the tournament is because he's mad at his father because he left them for another man. On the other hand Zack Gomes risk his vision only to be more attracted to girls. Another thing I did not like is the action itself. fights are not that attractive and interesting. The acting is at its lowest level. If you enjoyed the first part, you'd better skip this film because it is not worthy of the original.
I never saw NEVER BACK DOWN, but this sequel features Michael Jai Whiteso it was a must see for me. Four kids from varied backgrounds gettraining advice from down-on-his-luck former MMA star and now ex-conCase Walker (White). You have Tim (former UFC fighter Todd Duffee), acollege student trying to help make ends meet for his single mom; Zack(Alex Meraz), a former boxer who just had a humiliating loss thatresulted in a career ending eye injury; Justin (Scottie Epstein), thecomic book geek looking to get revenge on the guys who beat him up; andMike (Dean Geyer), a college freshman wrestler who falls for Zack'sgirl and is dealing with the fact that his father left his mom foranother man (really!). Can you guess which character ends up goingrogue and using his violent tools for bad? They all learn how toenhance their previous skills (boxing, wrestling) in order to becomewell-rounded mixed martial artists for the upcoming Beatdown showproduced by Max (Evan Peters, apparently the only connection to thefirst film).
Heading direct-to-video, this sequel apparently hits all the same notesas the first film. The drama, for the most part, is very standardstuff, although I did find Case's personal history to be well down. Inaddition to the lead role as the trainer, Jai White also made hisdirectorial debut here. The man definitely knows his martial arts andshould be commended for not only the (mostly) realistic action andtraining, but also imparting some wisdom in terms of the discipline'smental aspects (watch for a funny bit where he quotes Bruce Lee). Heseems to have learned a lot from directors like Isaac Florentine anddoesn't cheat during the brawls. It also helps that he had Epstein, whois a black belt in jiu-jitsu, and Eddie Bravo, former UFC commentatorand inventor of the rubber guard at 10th Planet, serving as technicalconsultants for the fights. Of course, you have to take the good withthe bad and there are also some more "cinematic" fights. White also hasa bizarre love for montages featuring the blandest of generic white boyrock. The acting is pretty good all-around, with surprisingly strongperformances from martial artists Epstein and Duffee. I say that afternearly two decades of watching MMA fighters embarrass themselves onfilm. Look for current UFC light heavyweight Lyoto Machida in a smallrole as himself.