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10 Sports Drama Movies You Would Love To Watch

1. Creed

Adonis Johnson, the son of heavyweight champion Apollo Creed, embraces his legacy as a boxer and seeks mentorship from Rocky Balboa, his father's old friend, and rival.

2. Rocky

Rocky Balboa, a small-time boxer, gets a chance to fight heavyweight champion Apollo Creed. In a bid to earn respect and glory, Rocky jumps into the ring, unaware of the tough task ahead of him.

3. Moneyball

Billy Beane, a baseball general manager, and Peter Brand, an economics graduate, challenge convention as they try to form a competitive sports team using computer-based methods.

4. The Wrestler

An aging wrestler struggles to keep up with life as he is too old to continue his wrestling career. He realizes that he has to come to terms with what life has to offer at this stage and move on.

5. Warrior

Former Marine Tommy returns home and gets his father to train him for a mixed martial arts contest. But his fight has more at stake than the prize money since he is going to fight his brother.

6. The Fighter

Micky Ward, a struggling boxer, teams up with his older half-brother Dicky Eklund, a recovering cocaine addict, to get his career back on track.

7. Dangal

Mahavir Singh Phogat, a former wrestler, decides to fulfill his dream of winning a gold medal for his country by training his daughters for the Commonwealth Games despite the existing social stigmas.

8. Southpaw

Boxer Billy Hope hits rock-bottom after losing his family and falls into depression. His encounter with a former boxer gives him hope to stand up once again.

9. The Way Back

Jack Cunningham was a high school basketball phenom who walked away from the game, forfeiting his future. Years later, when he reluctantly accepts a coaching job at his alma mater, he may get one last shot at redemption.

10. 42

Major League executive Branch Rickey drafts African American Jackie Robinson as a player. Jackie has never taken too kindly to racism, but now he is amidst even greater racist hostility.

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