Look, before we go too far here, let me be clear that this movie is pretty bad and most thoughtful people and fight fans won't enjoy it that much. Then why did I give it three stars? Because it's so bad that it's pretty fun in some ways. Take the acting: it's fun to watch Rampage, Rush, Sugar, and The Dean of Mean try to act (actually, The Dean of Mean didn't do that bad a job truth be told, especially for this type of movie). You get to see stellar fighters stretch well beyond their stellar capabilities. I don't know but to me this makes them kinda more relatable. Plus, actual actor Nick Mancuso (as one of the villains) overracts in a winking, nod-to-the-camera I-know-this-movie-is-poop type of way. It's also always interesting to see how a movie is going to try and come up with a new way of getting the best of the best into death matches with each other. In this one we have a syndicate of sorts who runs a televised betting service for the elite rich abducting the most famous fighters and forcing them to fight to the death or some loved one will perish. Not original but decently executed. There's some pretty graphic sexual content but I suspect that most people watching this will find that a plus. So, there you have it. A bad movie that still entertains. Make sure the young UFC fans avoid though.