In a world full of adventure, we recall here the events of that thrilling story of 1985. That story began dramatically with Russian boxer Ivan Drago, who killed former US champion Apollo Creed in a tragic and controversial game in the 1980s. Long after that tragic match, fate returns to the same position with the children, where Apollo's son Adonis Johnson accepts a challenge from the son of Drago, a very dangerous fighter. Under the guidance of Rocky, Adonis tries to meet his opponent in an exciting way, which will make him on time with fate that soon becomes his obsession. In the end, both fighters are transformed into a new war to restore the same legacy.
Ryan Coogler, having gone on to bigger and bigger things, steps aside and lets relative newcomer Steven Caple, Jr. do the job of mixing the beats of Rocky III and Rocky IV into a smooth groove for the son of Apollo Creed (Michael B. Jordan).
Creed II is neither as assured nor as rousing as its predecessor, but it has a secret weapon up its boxing gloves, and that is to embrace the daftest elements of the series while simultaneously finding the heart that drives every good Rocky film.
The film simmers before it explodes, and it often, it maintains the slow burn for a moment too long in the quieter moments between family members. But when Caple really lets "Creed II" run wild, it's breathtaking.