Gigantic Boxer Florian Munteanu as Ivan Drago's Son

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All we really knew of the film was that we were probably going to get a story centred around Adonis Creed encountering his father's killer - the infamous Ivan Drago - in some capacity as old wounds were reopened. Since Jordan's Adonis Creed is Apollo's son, he's nearly certainly going to want to inflict a world of hurt - if not more - on the offspring of the man who killed his dad.

Stallone made the announcement via Instagram, extending his congratulations to Monteanu, who he calls "6 feet four, 245 pounds of talent". Stallone and Tessa Thompson, who starred in Creed, are also returning.

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Dolph Lundgren has already been confirmed to reprise his 1985 role as Drago, in which the Scandinavian originally shot to fame as the Russian steroid-taking puncher.

Steven Caple Jr.will direct from an original screenplay written by Stallone and Cheo Hodari Coker (showrunner of "Luke Cage") based on characters from the Rocky franchise.

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Munteanu's nickname is "Big Nasty", and judging from his photos online, it seems more than appropriate.

The MGM/WB film is set for release on November 21, 2018.

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There was no question that a Creed sequel would happen: the 2015 film grossed $173 million worldwide, was acclaimed by fans and critics and even landed Stallone an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Creed 2 will be the boxer's first acting role.

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