The "Street Warrior" is Jack Campbell, played by Max Martini, an
ex-army ranger, who comes back home to discover his brother beaten near
death because of an underground no holds barred fight club. He enters
the gauntlet to avenge his brother and bring order to the town that has
been corrupted by the ring leader, played by Nick Chinlund.
"Street Warrior" supplies us with tons of great action fight scenes
that are at times vicious. Various styles of fight techniques are
used... martial arts, boxing, wrestling, street brawling, luchador, and
lots of cheat moves. What more can you ask from a fight movie? Well,
how about some beautiful women? Street Warrior has lots of great eye
candy as well to keep your interest piqued between the fists and blood.
The acting is very good and believable by the entire cast. Props to Max
Martini and Nick Chinlund on their performance, but also to the
characters of Baldus, played by Gary Kasper, the evil white supremacist
Nazi fighter who entices the rabid paying audience by yelling "Hate
Me!", and the character of Santo, played by Danny Arroyo, the luchador
fighter who befriends Campbell and is forced to fight in order to save
his wife and children.
Fighting, sex, blood, dancing women and great action... What more can
you ask from a fight movie? "Street Warrior" is well worth the rental or purchase.