Corruption runs rife throughout the boxing world in this black-&-white feature from 1936. A stab at the World Heavyweight title should be the highlight of Bomber Brown’s (Kane Richmond) career, but when he is urged to throw the fight to appease a gambling ring, his world falls in around him. Quitting the game, Brown decides to change his name, and focuses his attention on training a scrappy street kid to become a professional boxer. But as the kid climbs the ladder to fame, Brown’s past life inevitably comes back to haunt him.
1936, B&W, 68 minutes