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Two Boxing Films to Leave Netflix Catalog Soon

Boxing enthusiasts will soon bid farewell to two popular movies from the Rocky saga. Netflix will remove the films, Creed: The Legacy of Rocky Balboa and Creed II, from its catalog on July 8.

Creed: The Legacy of Rocky Balboa features the story of Adonis Johnson Creed, the illegitimate son of Apollo Creed, played by Michael B. Jordan. The movie was directed by Ryan Coogler and released in 2015. It follows Adonis as he tries to convince Rocky Balboa, played by Sylvester Stallone, to become his coach.

Creed II, released in 2018, is a follow-up to the first film. It sees Adonis taking on Viktor Drago, son of Ivan Drago, the boxer who killed Adonis’ father in the ring in Rocky IV.

Both movies are centered around themes of heritage, training, and personal growth and have received positive reviews for their portrayal of the sport of boxing.

This news comes a year after the films were first added to Netflix’s streaming platform. Fans will need to make the most of their time left to re-watch or discover these inspiring movies.

Looking to the future of the Rocky saga, many fans are eagerly anticipating the release of Creed III. The film is expected to begin production in late 2021, with director Michael B. Jordan taking over the reins from Sylvester Stallone. No release date has been announced yet but fans are already buzzing with excitement.

What did you think of Creed and Creed II? Will you be sad to see them leave Netflix’s catalog? Let us know in the comments below.

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