final showdown with Hammer. The Total Gym must work as Chuck is looking pretty solid here pushing 60. When Walker spares Lundgren's life, The Macho Man gives him his respect and some advice, don't take it easy on Hammer! Large businessman King (Cliff Emmich) shows up and talks Warden Kyle into building up Walker and Gage so they can get more views and cash from the internets. When the final fight is reached, it has to be to the death to appease the blood thirsty audience. Hammer throws them for a loop when he wants to fight Gage and Walker on the same night which means someone has to die. Gage goes down after a plethora of flying knees but Walker jumps in and punches, kicks and jiu-jitsu's Hammer. With the authorities alerted and en route, Traction and Kyle figure on killing everybody and covering it with a riot story. Lundgren saves Walker from getting deaded with a shotgun blast and then the inmates and guards melee in a hail of batons and full mount followed by punches to the face!
Murdock in Rambo: First Blood, Part II and has over 200 acting credits to his name while Marshall Teague played karate fighting henchman Billy in Road House ("I used to f*ck guys like you in prison!") and is a real life badass having served in the military, worked in law enforcement and was a kickboxing champ. Teague would play several different characters on Walker over it's 10 season run and reunite with Chuck on the 2005 flick The Cutter. Frank Shamrock is a pioneer of Mixed Martial Arts and a former UFC champion. Always in great shape, I think he only had a shirt on for one scene in the episode and even that was a hoodie vest left open. What can you say about wrestling legend, Slim Jim spokesman and rapper The Macho Man Randy Savage? He's always fun to watch because remember, he's a chameleon! Richard Norton was a karate champion turned stunt man and actor, appearing in several early Norris films and 11 eppies of Walker while Tony Brubaker has over 250 credits to his name and appeared in among other things, Action Jackson and attended Carl Weathers night! As if that weren't enough, the slimy promoter played by Cliff Emmich looked familiar because he was in Best of the Best 2 in the bar scene with Dae Han (Simon Rhee) talking about Houston.