Undisputed is a 2002 prison boxing drama starring Ving Rhames as a former heavyweight champion who is convicted of a crime and sentenced to prison, where he is asked to challenge the facility's unbeaten boxing convict (Wesley Snipes). The film was directed by Walter Hill and upon its success in the video market, subsequently would spawn two DTV sequels: 2006's Undisputed II: Last Man Standing and 2010's Undisputed III: Redemption.
The following weapons were used in the film Undisputed (2002):
When a riot breaks out in the cafeteria, corrections officers take up Mossberg 590 shotguns and one is seen firing it into the ceiling. Some of this footage appears to have been reused in the Steven Seagal film Today You Die.
DefTech 37mm launcher
The multi-shot DefTech 37mm launcher is briefly seen taken up by a corrections officer during a riot.