Boyka is back, baby, and when that happens it can only mean one thing: Many faces are going to get punched. Many, many, many faces.
Escaped from prison at the conclusion of UNDISPUTED 3, Yuri Boyka is caught between worlds. Though free from his cell, he must remain hidden. While he strives to soothe his conscience of past wrongs through service to the church, he continues to seek the fame and glory – and, now, legitimacy – that he has always craved within the ring. Just as it appears that that legitimacy is finally within his grasp, with a chance to enter the professional fighting ranks on the horizon, a tragedy within the ring forces Boyka to follow his conscience to put things right. And with this being an UNDISPUTED film, putting things right means lots and lots and lots of hand-to-hand combat.
Let me be clear here, in case there is any doubt: The UNDISPUTED films are the greatest series of American martial arts films since Chuck Norris was at his peak. This is a fact. And it’s a fact that owes an immense amount to the potent collaboration of Isaac Florentine – here serving as producer after directing the second and third entries in the series – and star Scott Adkins. When they’re on their game, Florentine and Adkins are simply magic together; glorious, bloody, bone-crunching magic. And they are very much on their game here.
The beauty of the UNDISPUTED films lies in their simplicity. They follow a simple formula that honors the rules of their chosen genre while taking every possible opportunity to show off the incredible skills of Adkins, who is simply one of the finest screen fighters on the globe. Come prepared to be entertained.