Every Opponent Scott Adkins’ Boyka Has Fought In The Undisputed Movies

Scott Adkins’ Yuri Boyka has faced many opponents in the Undisputed martial arts franchise. Here is a rundown of everyone the character has fought.

Scott Adkins vs Lateef Crowder / Undisputed 3: Redemption (2010) - YouTube

Yuri Boyka has faced many opponents in the ring throughout the Undisputed franchise. After the first movie debuted in 2002, Scott Adkins saved the fledgling Undisputed franchise with his performance as Yuri Boyka in Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing. The sequel also soft-rebooted the franchise from the boxing focus of the original Undisputed to mixed martial arts (MMA). Far from being merely a highly skilled fighter, Boyka believes his talent is divinely bestowed. In Undisputed 3: Redemption, the character states, “God has given me a gift, only one. I am The Most Complete Fighter in the World.”

In carrying three out of four of the Undisputed movies, Scott Adkins’s Boyka has had many MMA fights in the ring against opponents of varied backgrounds and with different strengths. His handful of minor fights outside the ring have all been against unnamed and quickly defeated henchmen, guards, or less-skilled foes, but his rivals in his MMA fights have given Boyka real challenges. Here is every opponent Yuri Boyka has faced in the Undisputed martial arts movie series.

Arkady Davic

Silvio Simac in Undisputed 2 pic

Yuri Boyka’s introductory fight in Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing sees him take on Arkady Davic (Silvio Simac) in the ring. Davic shows himself to be a strong opponent with his swift Tae Kwon Do kicking skills. Despite Davic’s efforts, Boyka makes a harsh rebuttal with his victory in their fight.

Undisputed 2’s Second Opponent

Undisputed 2 fight scene between Scott Adkins as Yuri and Trayan Milenov-Troy

Yuri Boyka’s second opponent in Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing is unnamed, but he is played by stunt performer and martial artist Trayan Milenov-Troy. This is another quick win for Boyka, who clearly sees the fight as little more than an obstacle in his way to fighting George “Iceman” Chambers. As the former heavyweight boxing champion watches the match, Boyka makes a point to challenge Chambers at the end of the fight.

George “Iceman” Chambers

Undisputed II Last Man Standing Michael Jai White

Yuri Boyka’s main rival in Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing is George “Iceman” Chambers (Michael Jai White), who loses their first match. But he discovers later that he was drugged without his or Boyka’s knowledge. The two fighters insist on a rematch, with the one-time Iceman learning different martial arts techniques from his fellow prisoner Crot (Eli Danker). This ends up tipping the scales for Chambers, who wins the second fight and leaves Boyka with a shattered right knee.


Undisputed 3 fight scene image

As Boyka heals his knee enough to compete in the ring again in Undisputed 3: Redemption, he arrives to challenge fighter Sykov (Esteban Cueto). Boyka defiantly says, “You are not the real champion here,” and is given a chance to face Sykov in the ring. Boyka easily defeats Sykov and is granted his spot in the Tournament of International Prison Fighters.

Jean Dupont

Undisputed 3 fight scene image pic

Yuri Boyka’s first match in the prison tournament in Undisputed 3: Redemption pits him against Jean Dupont (Trayan Milenov-Troy), a French prisoner also competing for his freedom. Dupont puts up a good fight, but Boyka nonetheless emerges victorious.


Turbo and Boyka in Undisputed 3

Yuri Boyka develops a rivalry with his fellow competitor Turbo (Mykel Shannon Jenkins), and the two get into a brief fight while laboring in a rock quarry. Eventually, though, Boyka and Turbo team up in Undisputed 3 in order to aid in each other’s eventual escape. While they never fight in the ring, the two characters part ways with the promise that they’ll eventually have their fight.

Rodrigo Silva

Undisputed 3 fight scene with Rodrigo Silva (Lateef Crowder dos Santos)

Yuri Boyka’s second fight in the tournament is against Brazilian capoeira fighter Rodrigo Silva, played in Undisputed 3: Redemption by real-life capoeira expert Lateef Crowder dos Santos. This fight is the first where Boyka’s bad knee causes a bit of a problem after Silva gets him with a scissor-leg takedown. Nonetheless, Boyka ultimately wins the match, commending Silva on a “good fight.”


Undisputed 3 Scott Adkins and Marko Zaror

Raul Quinones, a.k.a. Dolor (Marko Zaror), is handpicked as the favorite of the tournament’s organizers in their efforts to rig the competition. Dolor comes close to beating Boyka in Undisputed 3: Redemption after getting him in a leg lock and twisting his bad knee. However, Boyka rallies and shatters Dolor’s shin. With countless great fights in the franchise, Bokya and Dolor have the best Undisputed showdown.

Boyka: Undisputed’s First Opponent

Boyka Undisputed fight scene pic

In the opening of Boyka: Undisputed, the title character is free from prison and competing in underground fights in Ukraine. The movie kicks off with one such fight, with Boyka defeating his unnamed opponent and continuing his impressive MMA fight record.


Boyka vs Viktor fight in Boyka Undisputed pic

Yuri Boyka is on the verge of winning a spot in a big MMA tournament when he faces Viktor (Emilien De Falco) in Boyka: Undisputed. Though Boyka wins, the victory is tragic as Viktor dies as a result of the beating. This leads Boyka to return to Russia to compete in a series of fights to free Viktor’s widow, Alma (Teodora Duhovnikova), from her financial imprisonment under mob boss Zourab (Alon Moni Abutbul). With Boyka still trying to shed his villainous beginnings, he tells Alma “I come here to save myself” for his past misdeeds and his accidental killing of Viktor by helping her.

Boris Tarsov

Boyka Undisputed fight scene image

The first fight to clean Alma’s slate in Boyka: Undisputed is set in Zourab’s nightclub against Boris Tarsov, with Trayan Milenov-Troy again returning to the franchise in the role. The fight is a relatively swift victory for Boyka, though Zourab’s right-hand man, Igor Kazmir (Brahim Achabbakhe), is quick to remind Boyka that they will face each other in the ring soon enough.

The Ozerov Brothers

Boyka Undisputed two on one fight pic

The second match for Alma’s freedom in Boyka: Undisputed is a two-on-one fight against the Ozerov brothers, played by the film’s fight choreographer, Tim Man, and Jackie Chan Stunt Team member Andy Long Nguyen. Boyka takes a fair amount of punishment in the fight, including a nasty kick to the back, aggravating an earlier back injury he’d endured. In the end, though the Ozerov brothers share Boyka’s knowledge of many martial arts styles, he still manages to defeat them.

Igor Kazmir

Boyka Undisputed fight scene

Boyka: Undisputed’s third fight to free Alma is the one the title character actually wants. Igor Kazmir had expressed his eagerness to defeat the Boyka when the deal with Zourab was struck and the movie’s hero had requested that the mob boss “save this skunk for last.” The fight with Kazmir is fast and intense, with Boyka even breaking out his famed “Guyver Kick” against his opponent and triumphing by the end.


Boyka Undisputed pic

Zourab’s wording in his agreement with Boyka includes the loophole that the latter must win three fights and “defeat my champion,” the towering mountain of muscles Koshmar (Martyn Ford). Zourab exercises the loophole right after Boyka’s victory over Kazmir, and Koshmar tosses the exhausted fighter all over the ring. Remembering that he’s fighting for Alma’s freedom, the title character of Boyka: Undisputed eventually rallies and overcomes Koshmar, kicking him from the ring with his last ounce of strength.

Boyka’s mission to free Alma ends with him back in prison by the end of Boyka: Undisputed, but he still ends the film re-entering the ring to continue his fighting life, though his next opponent is unseen. With many fans still eager to see the character come back in Undisputed 5 — Scott Adkins says a script has been written for the sequel — Boyka’s return to the screen would surely bring many more formidable opponents and great martial arts fights to the Undisputed franchise.

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