"You know, like, we're gonna do Bloodsport 2, which was my first movie. And I want to do it now in a very mature way, where the guy from Bloodsport (Frank Dux) is a complete bum, maybe abusing his son... They told me, 'No, no, no!  You cannot make a movie in America where a father is abusing his son physically! It's wrong. And you cannot be a guy on drugs doing karate and shit like that.' I said, 'Why? Why? Tell me why.' (because the character you're playing, Frank Dux, is based on a real-life person who hopefully hasn't abused his son?) It's against the rules of success. But I believe the other rules of success. To show something real." There's a hum of another defamation trial hanging in the air.