George "Iceman" Chambers is the Mike Tyson inspired main protagonist of martial arts film Undisputed 2. As the American Heavyweight Boxing champion, Iceman lived a life of luxury and praise. However this starts to change one day as he is thrown into a violent, abusive Russian prison after being falsely accused of cocain possession while traveling to the country. There he is introduced into the corrupt underground prison fighting the jail holds, being forced by them to face their champion Yuri Boyka. Throughout his struggles, Iceman learns to be far more humble and generous, as opposed to his former arrogant and self-centered ways.
Powers and Stats
Name: George "Iceman" Chambers
Origin: Undisputed Film Series
Classification: Human, American Heavyweight Boxing Champion
Powers and Abilities: Low Superhuman Strength and Durability, Peak Human Strength, Speed, Durability, Reflexes, Stamina, Agility and Dexterity, Master of Boxing, Martial Arts expertise
Speed: Peak Human (Was formerly one of America's boxing champions. Capable of keeping up with Boyka yet not as swift as him. Matched Boyka's speed during their final fight)
Lifting Strength: Unknown, likely Athlete level (Didn't focus much on weightlifting during his training, but his strength should be at least somewhat comparable to Yuri's)
Striking Strength: Street Class (Punches harder than Boyka, who can snap makiwaras. Could deal great pain to him with his strikes)
Durability: Street level (Survived a several beatings from Boyka, though not without a fair amount of injury. Eventually was able to tank a few hits of his)
Stamina: Very high (Managed to make it as a professional boxer, and kept of fighting despite being drugged and heavily injured)
Range: Standard Melee Range
Standard Equipment: None
Intelligence: High in regards to combat, average otherwise.
Weaknesses: None notable (Overcame his main weaknesses of arrogance and lack of well rounded fighting skill by the end of the film)
- Leglock: A basic grappling technique taught to Chambers by Boyka's former trainer. The user applies tension and force towards an opponent's joints in order to maximize their range of motion. When enough force is applied, this can result in a breaking of the limbs, which is precisely what Chambers did to Boyka to finally win their climactic end-match. Causing Boyka to have to recover over time with his injured knee in the next film where he stars as protagonist.