Steven Caple Jr. directorial film Creed 2 theatrical trailer has just hit the internet with a band and the film shows Adonis Creed coming back for one big fight against Ivan Draggo’s son Viktor Draggo. Dolph Lundgren will be portraying the role Ivan Draggo. This thanksgiving get ready to witness the biggest boxing battle of the year.

The trailer starts of Michael B Jordan running just like Sylvester Stallone used to in Rocky, and a voice over in the background is heard saying ‘We dont do What we love, then we wouldn’t exist” After looking at the trailer we get to know that this film will surely rock the blockbuster, the trailer is packed with boxing action and motivation a story on which Adonis Creed only cares about his fight and nothing more than that.

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Produced by Sylvester Stallone the films official synopsis reads out “Life has become a balancing act for Adonis Creed. Between personal obligations and training for his next big fight, he is up against the challenge of his life. Facing an opponent with ties to his family’s past only intensifies his impending battle in the ring. Rocky Balboa is there by his side through it all and, together, Rocky and Adonis will confront their shared legacy, question what is worth fighting for, and discover that nothing is more important than family.”

Creed follows the story of Adonis Creed aka Donnie Johnson who wants to be a professional boxer. Enter Rocky. He trains Adonis. Ribs damaged, eyes swollen, spirits broken. And towards the end, we have a complete film in itself, which apart from being a stunning throwback to Rocky, is wonderfully whole. There are many things at play here; the game, the father-son equation, race, a legacy. Everything blends in the most natural, authentic way possible, much like life. Adonis and Rocky teach each other. The former teaches the latter about love and about giving a damn (for a lack of a better word). While Sly’s character teaches Adonis about how to fight. With grace, passion, and agility. It is like Jordan’s youth and energy silently challenged Stallone to up his game.