Taha is 17 when he gets out of the juvenile facility. He makes a promise to himself that they will never see him there again. Determined to stay on track, he swears off blowing and stealing. From now on, he deals only with the right people to keep him on track.
He decides to train at a boxing school and soon finds out that boxing suits him: he has serious talent. His coach Mickey, who is like a second father to Taha, helps Taha get into top shape. And he succeeds, because Taha gets to compete in the European Championships. But then something happens that could not have been predicted. The wrong types slowly reappear and Taha becomes embroiled in a rock-hard drug war. He loses everything. It remains to be seen whether he can keep his word and stay on the right path.