The Good Fight Club follows the fortunes of a group of young Mixed Martial Arts athletes fighting to make it from their South London gym to the glittering home of MMA: Las Vegas.
It’s the start of the season, and head MMA coach, Steve, is getting two of his fighters ready for the cage.
One of his professional fighters, Thomas, is hoping to reach new heights by becoming double champ.
For rookie, Aidan, it will be his first time in the cage.
Head coach Steve has got 11 fighters stepping into the cage on one night. Can he get them all ready in time, or has he taken on too much?
Thomas gets some big news.
Steve’s daughter, Chloe, is preparing for her comeback fight, but he is worries she’s not fully committed.
17-year-old Kenny is getting ready for his first MMA fight.
Thomas and Steve head to Las Vegas and get a glimpse of what could be theirs if he wins his next fight.
It’s the end of the season for Team Underground, and the pressure is on head coach, Steve, to show he’s got what it takes to help fighters go all the way.
Can Dan win his next fight and avoid an early end to his MMA career?
Will Shanelle be able to prove she is good enough to compete on the world stage?
Thomas has the fight of his life: Will he be able to impress Dana White and secure a contract with the UFC?
A Century Films production for Sky Original
4 x 47 minsDirectorJack Retallack, Liz BiggsExecutive Producer Brian HillHead of Development Andrew Mayer Head of Production Vicky Ranson Production ManagerVictoria WilliamsTechnical CoordinatorJosé CaldeiraProduction Coordinator Abbie WiseAssistant ProducerMaia Adelia, Louis Allen CameraEmily Almond Barr, Jack Smith, Pete Allibone, Adam Barnett, Krishna Muthurangu, Timothy Myers, Simon Rowling, Michael Timney, Conor Maloney Hill SoundLouis Innis, Mike McGinn, Dom Ollorenshaw, Adam Thomas, Chris Bullock, James Kenning, Craig Carron, Austin Holman, Colin Lang, Geoff Price, Alan Tony Frances, Eduardo Rodriguez Camera Assistant Rafael Libson-Hochenberg, Sel MacLean, Louise HarrisComposerMikey J AsanteEditorsAlex Young, Aggela Despotidou, Kanwaljeet Singh Thind, Elaine Lazzaris Assistant EditorCristina BalduinPost Production by Roundtable
Official SelectionSheffield Documentary Festival