Fans of John Cena need to be prepared for this heavily dramatic role. There is very little action as he plays a once great high school wrestler trying to hide from his past. Though he can act, Cena is probably a bit miscast as someone to be believed as 'washed-up'. His younger brother Cal searches for the reluctant Cena to help coach him in high school wrestling, and though the low-budget film is well acted, it is slow (and the cast collectively seems to be about 10years older than the ages portrayed). Unfortunately, Danny Glover is wasted in the short minutes of screen time he does have. (Writer John Posey plays the high school wrestling coach.) I wish there were more action, or focus on wrestling strategies. Instead it is too brief or glossed over in favour of unnecessary dialogue drama. Also, the sound is often too soft losing some of the spoken lines. As bonus material, there are a couple of short featurettes on the making of.