Face decides to invest some of the teams funds in 60% of a boxer, Billy Marquette, but looking him up the team finds his sister Tina bend over his miserable body after Sonny Monroe's ruffians beat him up to force him to lose the fight of his life against a certain Dixie Joe so the gangster can earn enough money to finance a lucrative drug deal with a Columbian. Hannibal enjoys concocting one of his more elaborate plans. First Gabriel is taken out of the equation because of a 'hand wound' fighting BA, who thus becomes his obvious successor, managed by Hannibal, who supposedly owes gambling debts to a bookie; buying those off makes the villains pay back Face's investment with a nice profit. Then BA is trained by Murdock, supposedly now in gangster Monroe's pocket, so the stage is all set for a finale with punch...
Did You Know?
Both Mr. T & Lou Fillipo appeared in Rocky III, as the main antagonist & in archive footage respectively (Lou Fillipo was seen before the opening credits as he was the referee in the 'Superfight II' bout in Rocky II) See more
During the opening sequence B.A.'s van license is 2L83000, but later it is S967238. See more
Sonny Monroe's Girlfriend
Do you know that when Sonny and I first met, he changed the combination of his safe to my measurements? Ooh, isn't that romantic?