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Hugo Martinez

Hugo Martinez

Full Name
Hugo Martinez
Weapon of Choice
M4A1 Carbine rifle
Appeared in
Occupation
Leader of the Mexican Cartel
Goals
Sell as many drugs and kidnap as many people as ransom to sell for money (succeeded). Defeat and kill John Rambo and Carmen Delgado so as to prevent getting himself and his associates from getting killed and prevent his crimes from being exposed then continue his drug trafficking while killing and kidnapping anyone else who stands in his way (failed).
Motive
Take revange of his brother's death.
Known relatives
Victor Martinez (younger brother)
Nationality
Mexican
Cause of Death
Heart ripped out by John Rambo
Portrayed by
"John Rambo. Juanito Rambo. Want to know something, Juanito? These girls mean nothing to me or my customers. In my world, they're nothing. They're not people. They're just things. They have no worth to men like us. So I would have not paid attention to this. To her. But now I will. Because you coming here has made it very bad for her, cabrón. We would've just trained her, used her, and sold her. But now we're going to make an example of her. I'm going to let you live. You're going to think about this every f**king day of your f**king life. Until you can't think anymore, Juanito."
―Hugo vowing to Rambo to mistreat Gabrielle after having his men beat Rambo to near death

Hugo Martinez is the main antagonist of the 2019 film Rambo: Last Blood. He is the leader of a drug cartel (along with his brother, Victor Martinez) and who is responsible for kidnapping Gabrielle and causing her death.

He was portrayed by Sergio Peris-Mencheta.

BiographyEdit

Hugo and Victor Martinez together kidnap and hold Gabrielle hostage in a club while in Mexico. Rambo travels to Mexico and interrogates both Miguel and Gizelle about Gabrielle's whereabouts. Gizelle reluctantly leads Rambo to the club where Gabrielle was last seen and confronts El Flaco, the man who last spoke with Gabrielle.
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Hugo with his brother Victor.

El Flaco leads Rambo to the location of the kidnappers while being followed by a mysterious woman, not before being immediately confronted and beaten by the cartel. They steal his driving license, getting to know the locations of Rambo's farmhouse and a photo of Gabrielle, whom Victor recognizes. Unaware of Rambo's brutality, the cartel vow to mistreat Gabrielle further due to Rambo's actions to break him.

The mysterious woman reveals her identity as Carmen Delgado, who is an independent journalist reporting the deeds of the Martinez siblings who had kidnapped and murdered her sister. Rambo later raids the brothel, killing several men until he finds a drugged Gabrielle. On the way back home, Rambo thanks Gabrielle for giving him hope for ten years before she dies from the forced overdose.

Rambo sends Maria away and rigs the ranch with traps for a confrontation, later returning to Mexico to ask Carmen's help in finding Victor. Carmen refuses initially, believing it will solve nothing but is convinced after Rambo appeals to her grief and frustrations.

Rambo raids Victor's home, killing several guards and decapitating Victor while he is taking a shower. In retaliation and realizing he and his brother mistake for underestimating Rambo, Hugo leads a group of heavily armed hitmen to Rambo's ranch, where each falls victim to the rigged traps. Saving Hugo for the last, Rambo mutilates him and rips his heart out, ending the heartless (No pun intended) monster for good as well as his crime organization.

PersonalityEdit

Hugo Martinez is one of the most despicable and abhorrent villains in the Rambo franchise. He is a violent and aggressive man who wants to kidnap thousands of young Latina women for his prostitution ring. He is always angry most likely due to his drug use affecting his behavior. Hugo intends to use the money he acquires from human trafficking to fund his drug addiction to cocaine and possibly other drugs. Hugo appears to be using (and started taking) drugs to take his mind off the severe poverty that's struck the Mexican economy hard, as indicated that Hugo while he lives in a large lavish mansion still has to live near poor, famished villages where the only source of entertainment is drugs, sex slaves and partying hard.

In addition, Hugo is shown to be racist towards white people, as noted when he calls Rambo a "gringo" and hypocritically dreads of a future where whites are invading his homeland of Mexico when he himself abducts young Spanish-speaking women from the United States into Mexico for his prostitution ring.

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Films: First BloodRambo: First Blood Part IIRambo IIIRamboRambo: Last Blood
John Rambo on: First BloodFirst Blood Part IIRambo IIIRambo IVOn-Screen Kills
Cast: Sylvester StalloneRichard Crenna
Video games: RamboRambo: First Blood Part IIRambo (1987)Rambo IIIRambo on FireRambo (Sega)Rambo: The Video Game
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