Boyka redeems himself in Undisputed III 
The Undisputed series seems to have gotten better with the third installment of the 2002 action film, Undisputed III: Redemption (2010).
Scott Adkins reprises his role as the Yuri Boyka (Undisputed II), a former prison champion fighter who tries to prove himself as the most complete fighter.
The film is directed by Isaac Florentine and co-stars Mykel Shannon Jenkins and Mark Ivanir.
Having been defeated and his knee broken by George “Iceman” Chambers”, Yuri Boyka, is no longer the feared inmate he once was and he is reduced to becoming the prison janitor. However, when he learns of an international prison tournament with the promise of freedom for the winner, he sets out to fight for a placing in the tournament and win back his dignity.
Scott Adkins is always a delight to watch especially the acrobatic martial arts. His character doesn’t have much to say but action speaks louder than words. However, when he does speak you would almost forget that Adkins is an Englishman with the thick Russian accent.
The action sequence is really amazing especially the ring fight scenes, most of which was done without CGI or stunt doubles. Adkins usually does his own fight stunts.
Jenkin’s character Turbo, on the other hand, takes up most of the dialogue. It seems like he loves to hear the sound of his own voice and is somewhat narcissistic, and being so used to certain luxuries (and rights) he never misses an opportunity to complain.
This is evident when he and Boyka are confined after getting into a fight.
Florentine does a great job with this film, himself being a martial artist takes an artistic action approach to the film.
This film, although lacking dialogue, makes up for with breath taking action.
For the action junkie, this film definitely will give you a kick.