A group of martial arts students are enjoying a reunion party when a bomb goes off in the building. When they wake up, some of their friends have been kidnapped and they soon find a group of assassins coming after them. The only way to survive is to fight their way out.
Knockout is an NBC game show that aired from October 3, 1977 to April 21, 1978. A Ralph Edwards production, it was hosted by Arte Johnson, with announcing duties handled first by Jay Stewart and later by John Harlan. A British version of the show, called Odd One Out, aired from 1982–1985.
Knockout is a Indonesian television game show which was adopted from the merger of two programs namely Boxing Gloves and Face It and sponsored by FremantleMedia for Indosiar. Boxing Glove itself is the latest edition of the game show Hole in the Wall that had been shown in RCTI and Global TV. Aired Wednesday-Friday: 16:00 pm. Hosted by John Martin and Nabila Putri
TKO: Technical Knockout is a Canadian television series hosted by Carey Roberts and Su-Ling Goh who present the latest in technology. TKO was produced by Calgary-based Pyramid Productions.
Knockout Sportsworld is a Spike TV series featuring some the most spectacular knockouts in sports.
It's a Knockout was a British comedy game show. It was adapted from the French show Intervilles, and was part of the international Jeux Sans Frontieres franchise.
It's a Knockout is an Australian show that was adapted from the French show, Intervilles. It originally ran from April 1985 to September 1987. It was later revived on 7 November 2011 on Network Ten.