Firepower is a 1993 criminal action film directed by Richard Pepin and written by Michael January, which tells the story of two brave police officers who go undercover to capture a notorious gang leader and restore justice amidst chaos and violent crime. It is the year 2007, and Los Angeles is mostly inhabited by thugs, drug dealers, murderers and other outlaws. The government designates a special area called "Zone of Personal Freedom" where order and justice are replaced by drugs, prostitution and violent crimes. The law enforcement does not control this area, which is dominated by gang leaders such as Drexel (Joseph Ruskin). The criminal boss is organizing a fighting tournament where the winners take everything while the losers are not deemed worthy to live. This is the perfect occasion for Darren Braniff (Chad McQueen) and Nick Sledge (Gary Daniels), two courageous police officers, to infiltrate the gang and destroy Drexel, even if it means violating their superior's orders.