Fist of Fear is an action-filled martial arts flick about a karate competition that takes place in Madison Square Garden. The competition pays homage to the late karate master Bruce Lee. When a group of martial arts experts arrive in New York City for a highly touted series of matches, a reporter espouses the theory that Bruce Lee was actually killed by the mysterious "Touch of Death" technique. The movie features real-life martial experts Louis Neglia, Ron Van Clief, John Flood and Bill Louie. Hammer, the ladies man (Fred Williamson) featured as part of an interview segment along with other fighters. The contenders engage in a series of often brutal matches with the loser eliminated. Although the movie was filmed years after Lee's death, it includes footage from several of Lee's early films "Kid Cheung," "Bad Boy," "Orphan Sam" and "Carnival." The film also features one of the last known interviews with Lee.