The novelty of the "Kumite," an underground competition in which the world's toughest fighters are pitted against each other, has long since worn thin for action-movie fans, and nothing in this wholly predictable sequel does anything to enliven it.
On a camping trip with his 10-year-old son Jason (David Schatz), Alex Cardo (Daniel Bernhardt) tells him about his adventures after winning his first Kumite. Making a living as a gambler in the Far East, he is lured to the house of crime boss Duvalier (John Rhys-Davies). Duvalier wants to stage
another Kumite, one in which Cardo will lose (fairly or for pay) to his fearsome new discovery, a hulking war criminal from K...