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Monroe Hutchen was once a promising heavyweight contender until he was convicted of murder and sentenced to life without parole at the Sweetwater maximum security prison in California. Now, Hutchen boxes behind bars, and he's become the champion of a loosely organized prison fighting circuit. When heavyweight champion James 'Iceman' Chambers enters Sweetwater after being convicted of rape, Hutchens finds the serious competitor in the same lockup for the first time, though Chambers scoffs at the jailhouse champ. When heavyweight champion James 'Iceman' Chambers lands in prison, the resident gangster arranges a boxing match with the reigning prison champ.
93 min
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L.A. Weekly
With flashbulb editing as cover for the absence of narrative continuity, Undisputed is nearly incoherent, an excuse to get to the closing bout ... by which time it's impossible to care who wins.
September 26, 2002
Common Sense Media
A forgettable prison boxing movie.
December 29, 2010
Village Voice
If Hill isn't quite his generation's Don Siegel (or Robert Aldrich), it's because there's no discernible feeling beneath the chest hair; it's all bluster and cliché.
August 27, 2002
Cinema Crazed
It's dead in the water before the climax.
April 29, 2009
Tyler Morning Telegraph (Texas)
We have no idea where these characters have been, so we don't care where they're going.
September 20, 2004
As with any boxing movie or fight card, the main event doesn't come until the very end, and like too many pay-per-view packages the undercard is underwhelming.
January 07, 2005
Globe and Mail
Hill looks to be going through the motions, beginning with the pale script.
September 06, 2002
Walter Hill's prison-boxing flick Undisputed could have been a great B, but it represents a failure of nerve.
August 30, 2002