Battle Aurora is a new mix martial arts sport where players must wear wristbands that multiplies their physical abilities and become superhuman. The revolutionary team sport is being introduced to selected Universities throughout the United States in hopes of establishing a new national sport and make world history. Those who try out will be participating in their school’s battle royale tournament where only the last five remaining students will make the team.

Unsettled about their futures, Chris and his friends are excited about trying out for the team in hopes of pioneering the new career and be a part of history. With personal reasons for becoming professional fighters, Chris, Asanet, Faustino, Walker, and Ethan will work together to make their dreams a reality. But out of nowhere, a mob of formidable fighters challenges Chris and his friends for the spot to become the school’s first Battle Aurora team. Will Chris and his friends overcome their competition, or will their futures be robbed from them and are forced to choose different careers?

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