Double bill of boxing dramas starring Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone and Tessa Thompson. In 'Creed' (2015) Adonis Johnson Creed (Jordan) never knew his father Apollo, a world heavyweight boxing champion who died in the ring. Like Apollo, Adonis has attributes that could make him a champion boxer and, to hone his skills, he heads to Philadelphia to train at Mighty Mick's Gym where Rocky Balboa (Stallone) once trained. After an encounter with his dad's former rival and friend, Adonis asks Rocky to coach him, but the young fighter will have his work cut out for him as he prepares to take the light heavyweight division by storm. In 'Creed II' (2018), despite losing his last fight, Adonis makes his way to the top of the division before a shock championship win. Riding high on his new-found fame, he proposes to girlfriend Bianca (Thompson), who wants Adonis to join her in leaving Philadelphia for a new life in Los Angeles. However, Creed is drawn into a vengeful bout with Viktor Drago (Florian Munteanu), the son of the man whom killed his father in the ring 30 years ago. When Rocky refuses to train him for the big fight Creed is forced to go it alone but remains determined to finally avenge his father's death.