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undisputed adj
1 generally agreed upon; not subject to dispute; "the accepted interpretation of the poem"; "an accepted theory" [syn: accepted]
2 accepted without question; "undoubted evidence" [syn: unchallenged, undoubted, unquestioned]

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  1. Universally agreed upon; not disputed
  2. Unchallenged and accepted without question


  • Portuguese: inquestionável

Extensive Definition

Undisputed is a 2001 action movie released through Miramax. The film starred and was co-produced by Wesley Snipes, directed by Walter Hill, and written by David Giler and Walter Hill, who is probably best known as the writer/director of 48 Hours and Streets of Fire, but had most recently directed Supernova. He co-wrote the film with David Giler, with whom he had previously collaborated on the Alien series and Southern Comfort. Direct to video sequel without any of the original cast members Undisputed II: Last Man Standing was released in 2006.


In this film that is surely reminiscent of the real-life events of Mike Tyson and Desiree Washington, George "Iceman" Chambers (Rhames), the heavyweight boxing champion of the world, is convicted of rape and sentenced to prison; which turns his world upsidedown. Apparently, the warden allows a limited amount of boxing to take place at the prison, and an old-time con, Mendy Ripstein (Falk) arranges a fight between Chambers and the undisputed prison champion, Monroe Hutchen (Snipes), who is the top ranked prison boxing champ 10 years running. Immediately there is bad blood with Chambers not wanting to be second to anyone which leads to a lunch room fight between the men. Ripstein, who is a true historian and lover of boxing, arranges worldwide betting on the big fight to see who is the real UNDISPUTED champ.


External links

undisputed in German: Undisputed – Sieg ohne Ruhm
undisputed in Lithuanian: Nenugalėtas
undisputed in Turkish: Yenilmez (film)

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