The Top 10 Reasons Why Bloodsport is Van Damme’s Magnum Opus

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  1. Ryan says:

    https://twitter.com/mikeyy626/status/967239036074184704

    Michael Young wants to know, Kickboxer or Bloodsport?

  2. DVD says:

    Good review. Succinct. Just saw the movie for the first time. I remember when it was at the theaters, but had no interest in Jean ATT, and am glad I waited. I appreciate it more probably for its innocence of the time.

  3. DVD says:

    I know Golan’s ex-wife pretty well. She told me the kick “audition” is true. Jean waited for him, introduced himself and then did a super-kick but stopped inches from Golan’s face. He nearly shit his pants, she said.

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