Top 20 Greatest UFC Movies of All Time

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1. Conor McGregor: Notorious (2017)

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Director: Gavin Fitzgerald

The ultimate insider’s view of a sporting legend and his meteoric rise, featuring unmatched access, previously unseen film, and explosive fight footage. CONOR McGREGOR: NOTORIOUS is a thrilling, all-access story of McGregor’s personal and professional journey from claiming benefits and residing in his mother’s spare room with his girlfriend to winning many championship belts and earning nine-figure salaries. The film was produced over four years. This is the ultimate insider’s view of a sporting legend and his ascent, featuring unique access, rare interviews, and fight film.

2. Fighting (2009)

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Director: Dito Montiel

A seasoned con artist in New York City introduces a teenage counterfeiter to the world of covert street fighting and later hires him as his manager for the bare-knuckle brawling circuit. Shawn MacArthur, the good-hearted son of an Alabama wrestling coach, earns a pitiful living by peddling bogus goods on the streets of New York City. He is found by bare-knuckle/street-fight manager Harvey Boarden after dealing with thieving punks. Shawn quickly establishes his value and begins to amass a modest wealth, some of which he offers to give to Zulay Velez, a single mother. Shawn doesn’t cheat, and it appears to be a big problem, especially when his Alabama high school nemesis has arrived.

3. Here Comes the Boom (2012)

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Director: Frank Coraci

Scott Voss, a former Division I collegiate wrestler, is a 42-year-old biology teacher at the failing Wilkinson High School who is bored and disillusioned. The school’s music program is in danger of being discontinued due to budget cuts, which would force Marty Streb, the music teacher, out of his position. Scott tries to raise the $48,000 needed to retain the music program since he cares for his colleagues and students. Niko, a student in the adult citizenship class where he moonlights as an instructor, asks for outside assistance. Scott discovers that Niko was a former MMA fighter when he gets to Niko’s flat. Scott gets the notion to get the money by competing in MMA and failing, after learning that the loser of a fight receives $10,000 while watching the UFC at Niko’s flat.

4. Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011)

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Director: Michael Jai White

A former MMA rising star brings together four fighters from various backgrounds to practice with him before forcing them into a match. Although they come from different backgrounds, ex-boxer Zack, gifted MMA fighter Tim, bullied record store clerk Justin, and wrestler Mike all have one thing in common: a love of the “savage science.” They also quickly develop loyalty for their unconventional trainer, Case, a brilliant ex-UFC Champion struggling. Case trains the young men for a contest called the Beatdown that is organized by a local college student and engages in combat with Impresario Max while teaching them far more than just fighting. The young men form a group to identify a traitor among them when their mentor is set up by some dishonest police officers.

5. Redbelt (2008)

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Director: David Mamet

Martial arts instructor Mike Terry is approached by lawyer Laura Black one evening at his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu school after she sideswiped his car. One of Mike’s pupils, Policeman Joe Collins, notices that Laura is upset and tries to steal her coat. She grabs Joe’s gun out of surprise, and the gun fires, smashing the studio’s front window. Mike and Joe decide to keep the incident a secret so that Laura won’t be accused of trying to murder someone.

The window’s repair is not covered by Mike’s insurance company, which disputes his assertion that the window was smashed by the wind. Mike’s wife Sondra, a fashion designer who dislikes having to support the struggling studio, insists he approaches her brother Ricardo, a mixed martial arts champion, for a loan. Sondra’s other brother, Bruno, suggests that Mike engages in combat on the undercard of a forthcoming match between Ricardo and Japanese legend Morisaki, which may result in a $50,000 payday, at Ricardo’s nightclub. Mike declines because he feels that contests are dishonorable and weaken the fighter.

6. Bruised (2020)

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Director: Halle Berry

When the kid she had left up as a child unexpectedly returns to her life, a disgraced MMA fighter finds redemption in the cage and the strength to face her demons. Jackie Justice is a mixed martial arts competitor who disgracefully retires from the sport. Years after the fight, Jackie is down on her luck and simmering with wrath and regret. Her manager and boyfriend Desi manipulate her into a vicious underground battle, where she attracts the attention of a fight league promoter who offers Jackie a life back in the Octagon. But when Manny, the son she gave up as a baby, shows up at her door, the path to forgiveness takes an unexpectedly personal turn. A victorious tale of a boxer who, after being written off by everyone, reclaims her strength both inside and beyond the ring.

7. Circle of Pain (2010)

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Director: Daniel Zirilli

Dalton Hunt left the MMA scene at the top after a fighting incident. He lost his family, his position, and his way because he was unable to escape his guilt. However, when a dishonest promoter tricks him into returning for a match against the current undefeated champion, Dalton is forced to solicit the help of a mysterious trainer to transform him back into a warrior so he may stand tall and engage in combat once more.

8. Never Surrender (2009)

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Director: Héctor Echavarría

The greatest mixed martial artists in the world unite in a major motion picture for the first time, crossing over from the ring to the big screen. An elusive promoter seduces an MMA world champion into the dangerous world of underground cage fighting, where he swiftly learns that the only options are to kill or be killed. He will fight for his life in a land where some fight for glory and some fight for the struggle. Now, in his most determined endeavor to prevail, he must never turn around; never reveal weakness; never quit; and NEVER SURRENDER.

9. Fight Valley (2016)

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Director: Rob Hawk

A young woman who participated in an illicit fighting ring is discovered dead. As she looks for the murderer, her sister Windsor starts training with a reputable former boxer. Tori Coro, a 22-year-old from Camden, New Jersey, joins a clandestine fighting ring there. Rumors start to spread that Tori died in Fight Valley, an unofficial neighborhood where fighters go to make money after her battered and battered body is discovered abandoned in the woods. Windsor, Tori’s sister, relocates to the area to launch her inquiry. Windsor will be trained by Jab, a renowned fighter turned gym owner, as she gets ready to confront Tori’s killer and battle for justice.

10. Through My Father’s Eyes (2019)

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Director: Gary Stretch

Ronda Rousey, who lost her father, went on to become the first female UFC champion and a global ambassador for women’s empowerment. Ronda Rousey, a UFC Hall of Fame fighter who began her life in a car and later won a bronze medal in judo at the Olympics, rose from her humble origins to become an icon in a field dominated by men.


11. The Hammer (2010)

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Director: Oren Kaplan

Matt Hamill, the first deaf wrestler to win a National Collegiate Wrestling Championship, is the subject of a coming-of-age drama. A sports drama called THE HAMMER depicts the challenges and victories Matt Hamill overcame to become a champion. Matt was raised among hearing people, yet he subsequently finds himself just as much of an outsider in the Deaf Community. He becomes the first deaf wrestler to win a National Collegiate Championship and an inspiration to both the hearing and deaf through sheer willpower, using his perceived impairment as a strength.

12. El Pantera (2018)

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Director: Landon Dyksterhouse

A documentary titled El Pantera follows the career of Mexican UFC fighter Yair Rodriguez as he aspires to become the organization’s first-ever champion of Mexican descent. Yair Rodriguez is a mixed martial artist who aspires to be the first champion from Mexico to represent the UFC. A glance into a professional fighter’s typical day.

13. Supreme Champion (2010)

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Director: Ted Fox, Richard Styles

Troy Jennings, a mixed martial arts celebrity, is played by Stephan Bonnar. Lucien Gallows, an ex-fighter, kidnaps Troy’s girlfriend. Troy is forced to take on eight opponents and engage in a fight to the death with Gallows in an effort to save her. Troy, a mixed martial artist, runs into Jenny, an old buddy who needs assistance paying back a big gambling debt to Lucien. Troy discovers that Lucien is after more than just money when he kidnaps her.

14. Unrivaled (2010)

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Director: Warren P. Sonoda

The world’s best boxer has two jobs. The only issue is that he is unaware that he is the best. The famed Argentine kickboxer Gracie Duran’s son, Ringo Duran, works two jobs to make ends meet. Fighting full contact was his passion. Realizing his lifetime desire of being a professional fighter is his aim. Ringo has put off pursuing a professional career for so long that he is almost past the point of no return. Ringo’s buddies persuade him to enter the competition when the Maximum Cage Warrior(MCW) league, the premier full-contact fighting promoter, announces it. Ringo says he’s not ready once more. Even Ringo’s romantic interest KARA pressures him to join, but Ringo declines. Will he achieve his goal of a lifetime and carry on his mother’s legacy? Will he be the world’s top fighter?

15. The Philly Kid (2012)

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Director: Jason Connery

NCAA champion wrestler Dillon gets released from prison after spending ten years after being wrongfully accused of murdering and assaulting a police officer. When his friend Jake gets into serious debt to gamblers in his hometown of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Dillon agrees to help him out by engaging in cage fighting. Dillon’s parole officer, a dishonest police officer, his new girlfriend, and fight promoters cause complications. With each victory, his troubles get worse, until eventually, the system forces him to throw a match.

Underage pals Chase, Jake, and Dillon’s attempt to get beer turn into a nightmare when Chase dies, Jake is shot in the back, and Dillon, a champion wrestler, is sentenced to prison for manslaughter. After ten years, Dillon is finally free. Jake welcomes him and helps him find employment while introducing him to the world of minor-league MMA combat. Jake has an unpaid gambling debt, so Dillon goes to three fights to pay it off and thus save Jake’s life. However, Dillon becomes up in the middle of a conflict involving gangsters, dishonest police, a dubious promoter, a snarky parole officer, and Jake’s disapproving sister.

16. The Hurt Business (2016)

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Director: Vlad Yudin

The Hurt Business offers a frank examination of one of the world’s most violent, divisive, and rapidly expanding sports for the first time. The movie delves deeply into the lives of mixed martial arts fighters and shows the hardships, victories, and sacrifices (both physical and mental) that come with every career in the brutal world of cage fighting. With the help of interviews with some of the sport’s top athletes, such as Jon “Bones” Jones, Georges St-Pierre, and Ronda Rousey, director Vlad Yudin documents the growth of mixed martial arts.

The Hollywood Reporter called it “a scattered intro that offers some history and introduces a few of the players who are currently big on the scene, but hardly inspires a disinterested viewer to drop everything and set the DVR for the next UFC bout,” in a review of the film. Even on VOD, it guarantees to disappoint most people for whom the names Jon Jones and Sara McMann mean something, even though some devoted fight fans may push for the documentary’s theatrical bookings.

17. Fightville (2011)

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Director: Petra Epperlein, Michael Tucker

A mob will always rush towards you when you shout “fight!” on a street corner; they are both drawn to and repulsed by the violent spectacle of a guy acting on his most basic impulse. Although the sport of fighting has conflicted with the idea of civil society since Plato, the draw of two men fighting is as old as civilization itself. Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) has evolved over the past ten years from a contentious no-holds-barred gladiatorial sideshow to a billion-dollar phenomenon that has supplanted boxing as the most popular combat sport worldwide.

The bright lights, however, are only a dream in sweaty gyms and cheap arenas across America, far from Las Vegas. Here, men compete to prove their mettle while being bolstered by the legend that an average guy may become a champion. The theme of FIGHTVILLE is the art and sport of fighting, which is a microcosm of life and a physical representation of that other terrible competition known as the American Dream, in which men are not born but are instead created through willpower, perseverance, and faith. Though it may be a myth, in FIGHTVILLE, that is the stuff that makes champions.

18. Born a Champion (2021)

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Director: Alex Ranarivelo

Former marine and early American black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu Mickey Kelley is drawn away from all he cherishes and into an unofficial mixed martial arts competition. Mickey’s non-punching technique is based on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, which features a specialty move that, if you’re into it, can make your opponent unconscious within 30 seconds of meeting them. Also seems to work each time. Soon after, Mickey is seen taking a flight to Dubai, where he teaches some sheik’s children and saves an American woman from an industrialist who wants to turn her into a prostitute. Even though she lives in North Carolina, Layla is won over and decides to join him back in Los Angeles.

19. Takedown: The DNA of GSP (2014)

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Director: Kristian Manchester, Peter Svatek

A look at the welterweight world champion of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Georges St-Pierre. Takedown: The Bloodsports of the World is essentially nothing more than a made-for-TV puff piece that tries to make its primary subject appear as human as possible while taking part in one of the greatest bloodsports in the world.

The DNA of GSP presents Georges St-Pierre, a master of mixed martial arts from Montreal, in a fun and interesting way. The films by Peter Svatek and Kristian Manchester cover all the necessary ground for a sport-related profile, but at least they have produced what appears to be a reliable source on a relatively private professional athlete. It carries just enough weight to be worth seeing, especially for those who were unaware of St-Pierre’s quick ascent through the UFC ranks to welterweight champion and all-time leader in victories.

20. The Eliminator (2004)

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Director: Ken Barbet

Former LAPD officer Dakota Varley enters a powerboat race in search of the $250,000 first prize but quickly learns firsthand that the race’s risk is equal to its value: one competitor is killed and three others suffer major injuries in a series of action-packed wrecks and explosions. Varley succeeds. Varley attempts to leave the lake and claim his prize money but is poisoned, taken captive by Dawson, and placed in a new world where survival is the only thing that matters and no one abides by the rules. Varley awakens on an island while being carted around like a pig to a barbecue. He discovers, while being surrounded by heavily armed men, that he and six other victims have been selected to participate in the ultimate survival game, in which they will be pursued every night by rifle-wielding hunters for the chance to win $10,000,000 in cash!