A non-exploitative film about the world of female boxing would be rare enough; one featuring a strong Mexican-American woman as its star should be a cause for celebration. Unfortunately, the best thing that can be said about this contender for the title of "worst boxing
movie ever made" is that it's so consistently awful, it's almost entertaining. Almost. East Angelino Isabelle "Belle" Alvorado (Sophia-Adella Hernandez) dreams of becoming a prizefighter just like Dad (Tony Plana), a former Golden Gloves champ who hung up his gloves for a badge, a nightstick and
Isabelle's mother (Maria Conchita Alonso). But only after Isabelle's best friend (need we mention that sh...