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From what I remember about it:

  • 1980-2000
  • man saves woman from getting robbed at an ATM
  • man gets recruited by wrestling/ultimate fighting organization
  • man refuses mind-control steroids
  • father of saved woman tells man he can date daughter if he can hit him in a fight
  • man can not hit saved woman's father
  • father of saved woman trains man in martial art
  • one of the organization's fighters goes on 'roid rage
  • man learns fighting organization is underground gang dealing in drugs, guns, and money
  • man learns to move cans and explode watermelons with chi
  • man brings down organization
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I have no idea what movie this is, but holy crap does it sound awesome. – mikeTheLiar Jan 5 '14 at 14:04
Do you remember if any of the actors were familiar? Was any of them asian? It kinda looks like a Jackie Chan or Steven Seagal movie to me. – ArturBalestro Jan 5 '14 at 20:19
Bunch of beta actors. Main character was blonde/brunette clean cut white guy and rescued woman was asian. – Michael Minter Jan 5 '14 at 20:47
What was the language? – Anirban Nag 'tintinmj' Jan 5 '14 at 22:25
@tintinmj English – Michael Minter Jan 5 '14 at 23:55
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Superfights (1995) - Movie Poster

Superfights (1995)

From IMDb: Jack Cody has always wanted to enter the world of the Superfights, a free fighting tournament. One night, he rescues a girl from a mugging and he becomes a national hero. Then, he is finally given his opportunity to become a Superfighter. He soon discovers a Ninja who tells him that the man behind the Superfights is involved with illegal acts. When this comes to Jack, he must fight now for his life.

Here's another plot summary with more details and here's the trailer.

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