Biography[edit | edit source]
He is an unnamed minor antagonist in the original 3 Ninjas film. He is the original head school bully of the brothers in the first 3 Ninjas film. He does most of his antagonizing by merely verbal intimidation.
3 Ninjas[edit | edit source]
The next morning as the boys ride their bicycles to school, Emily becomes separated from the boys and has her bike stolen by him and the other bullies. Later on at their afternoon recess, while playing Colt passes the ball to a clumsy playmate whom doesn't catch the ball, loses it, and ends up in his hands with Darren by his side. They antagonize him and say that he will have to play them to receive the ball back. Soon after, Rocky comes to the commotion and challenges the bullies to a game of basketball; two on two and Giving them a 9-point lead. They played unfair hoping to bully them throughout the game. Despite the dirty play and the lead given, they effortlessly win Emily's bike back.
3 Ninjas International Version[edit | edit source]
Additionally, in the international version the boys LOSE the basketball challenge and their bikes, so a scene ends the international version of the film in which they fight the bullies to get them back. Emily remarks about Rocky showing off and how they would not be walking if he didn't show off. The bullies come once more, hold them, and deem they have more problems. As much restraint as Rocky tried, the head bully keep antagonizing him by pushing and even slapping his face. After that, frustrated with the efforts he has tried and not working, he pleads Emily whom tell Rocky to "Show off". Finally, Rocky does a series of arsenal on him an ends in a hook heel kick technique which sends the other bully's running. In the end, they get their bikes back. Before leaving, as he tries to get up Colt rides his bike by with his backpack hanging low enough to knock him back unconscious to the ground.
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