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Asian Martial arts film where a guy who thinks he is a badass finds out all his opponents are paid to lose against him.

So, I dont remember much, but its one of those asian martial arts films where people are always fighting for very little actual reason.

At the start of the film we are introduced to a guy swaggering around like the world's baddiest ass. I think maybe he was the son of someone powerful/rich. He gets into a fight against some randoms and beats them all easily.

Shortly afterwards we discover that those people were paid to lose the fight (presumably by his father?), but the dude is unaware of the fact.

However, as the story progresses he discovers the truth and the rest of the film is about him training to actual become a good martial artist and find himself, in the process becoming less of a douche.
asked Jul 8, 2017 in Name That Movie by Elle (6 points)

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answered Jul 8, 2017 by VHS_Lives (10,777 points)
selected Jul 9, 2017 by Elle
Thanks, that was really bugging me. :)