"If I have one criticism of chess, it's that you can't punch your opponent in the face. Until now!" – Stephen Colbert
In 2003, we had the first world championships and – voilà! – new sport. We look at its growth, especially in the UK and Germany. They talk about how it had to grow into a more spectator-friendly event, which happened in the UK. And then the 2008 Global Financial Crisis hit and chessboxing suffered like many other endeavours, but Tim Woolgar in the UK kept it going. This sets up our two protagonists – Iepe and Tim. Look, I am not going to give a blow-by-blow account of this documentary, as it is something that needs to be seen. This shows how much people can get done if they are passionate about it.