The year is 1996, and the "World Yo-Yo Competition" was held in Paris. That year was the most remembered in all of sports, for that was the year of the battle between reigning yo-yo champ David Chen and the heart-throb, show stopping, skillful and very talented Bone, John Bone.
The match went on for hours and hours, neither one of the two would let up. It was a fierce fight, and soon became a fight to the death.
After the seventeenth straight hour, David Chen passed out from exhaustion and died. Bone was named the world champ, and the incident would forever be remembered as "Judgement Day."
Fast forward to March 18, 2008....John Bone(Patrick Woodruff) is still at the top, his sexy face graces numerous magazine covers not only in the Yo-Yo world, but magazines such as GQ, Details, Sports Illustrated, Time, and Woman's World to name a few. Woman flock to his beckoning call, and he is regarded by some as the most important living person of the 21st century. On this day, John retreats to a quiet local bar in New Jersey, were he can escape all the "circus" that surrounds him.
Bone is waiting for a friend that has some big news for him. The bartender, Wilson (John Petrosky) starts to strike a conversation with him when Bone notices a hot babe there who can't keep her eyes off him.
She questions who he is, and she can't believe it.
But who SHE is, is unknown to Bone...........
Her name is Katrina Chen (Danielle Helkowski) , daughter of David Chen. She witnessed her fathers death at the competition, and has waited years to get her revenge on Bone.
Bone is taken off guard, and Katrina makes her move to kill John with the same Yo-Yo her father used in the competition. She strikes him hard, and Bone is done.........
OR IS HE???????
Bone is a man of many, many lives; and Bone, like Jesus is hard to kill!
Watch and find out what happens to BONE, JOHN BONE.
***THIS STORY IS BASED ON A TRUE EVENTS***
John Bone - Patrick Woodruff
Katrina Chen - Danielle Helkowski
Bartender Wilson - John Petrosky
SPECIAL THANKS TO:
for the help with the extra long, but awesome late night filming. Without these people, this true story would not have been able to be told!