Nick Cheung: 'I'll never sacrifice so much like I did for Unbeatable ever again'

10 September 2013 / 3 years 1 month ago
Nick Cheung has claimed that he 'will have to retire' if he was put through another physical training regime similar to the one he underwent for his latest film Unbeatable.

Rumours of a sequel to Unbeatable have been circulating around following the success Unbeatable has enjoyed at the box office.

Speaking at the 40th anniversary celebration of the Royal Hong Kong Police Cadet School on Saturday (Sep 7) when asked about buffing up once more, Nick said: "Leave it for Eddie Peng (his Unbeatable co-star). (The training for Unbeatable) was the limit of my sacrifice (and) if I do it again, I will have to retire", reported TVB News World.

He added that he's already had his time as a 'tough guy' on the silver screen, further backing his stance on strengthening his physique.

However, he also quashed the rumours of an Unbeatable sequel being in the works when he said: "Dante Lam doesn't have an idea (about a potential sequel) yet. Even if it gets made, it may not be about fighting".

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