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The series is produced by the legendary Roger Corman and features real life fighters who get the opportunity to show off their skills on screen. They are well edited for the most part although you can see the odd hit not making contact. Although not the best in the series, the original Bloodfist is a fun introduction with Wilson making a likable lead.
Bloodfist is a American martial arts action film directed by Terence H. Wilson plays a dojo sensei in California who travels to Manila to avenge his professional kickboxer brother, who was murdered after a fight. It has become a cult film.
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In a brutal future Los Angeleswhere the streets run red with the blood of fallen fighters, street fighter Alex Danko five time world martial arts champion Matt Mullins searches desperately to find his brother's killer. To find the truth, Alex must enter the vicious world of "the pit," an arena where extreme, and often lethal, martial arts are a way of life. Although produced by Concorde-New Horizons who produced every previous Bloodfist filmthis is the first entry to not star series lead Don Wilson. However, it does continue the tradition of casting a real life martial arts champion in the lead.
It is commonplace for clinical staff tasked with blood sample collection to ask patients to make a fist before venipuncture; it reportedly helps by making veins more visible. Patients may also be asked to maintain a clenched fist during the procedure. The results of this small study, which now challenge this practice, suggest that fist clenching immediately before and during venipuncture is a source of preanalytical error for a number of routine clinical chemistry tests.