After a computer-simulated boxing match declares Rocky Balboa victorious over current champion Mason "The Line" Dixon, the long-retired fighter agrees to the ultimate underdog challenge: a real-life rematch against Dixon! Now Rocky must push himself to the breaking point to go the distance one last time.
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Wow, this was not what I was expecting! The story was a lot slower than any Rocky film since the first one in the mid '70s, but I'm not complaining. When it was all over, I thought this was probably the best-made Rocky film of them all. I never thought I would describe a Rocky movie as "classy," but this one deserves that adjective. It may be the least entertaining, as far as a lot of action goes, but it is the most classy.