Kickboxer 2: The Road Back is a martial arts film produced by David S. Goyer and Tom Karnowski and released in 1991. Sasha Mitchell stars in this sequel to Kickboxer, released in 1989. In this film, Mitchell plays David Sloan, the younger brother of the previous film's main character, Kurt Sloan. David is challenged to a kickboxing match by Thai Champion, Tong Po, who killed his brothers, Kurt and Eric.
After the murders of his older brothers, David Sloan works tirelessly to keep his family's kickboxing gym open for business. Sloan has lost his desire to fight, but his financial troubles ultimately push him to reenter the ring. His return to kickboxing does not go unnoticed by Tong Po, who attempts to entice the youngest of the family back into fighting. After the match, however, Sloan declares that he is retiring from kickboxing. Po's manager, Sanga, then pays off a gang of criminals to set fire to the gym. Sloan is injured in the fire that burns the gym to the ground and kills one of his students.
While in the hospital, Sloan is paid a bedside visit from Xian Chow, played by Dennis Chan. Xian had taught his brother, Kurt, to fight, and helps Sloan recover from his injuries. While Sloan is recuperating, one of his top students enters into a championship fight and invites him to the match. But without notice, Tong Po takes the place of the student's challenger and kills the young man in the fight. Left with no choice but to avenge his student's death, Sloan agrees to fight Po.
Kickboxer 2: The Road Back was released in the United States in 1991 to generally positive reviews. The film was directed by Albert Pyun and is a production of Trimark Pictures. The film was distributed by Kings Road Entertainment. Kickboxer 2 runs for 89 minutes.