The Untouchable is a true story about the incredible life of a man who reinvented the sport of boxing with his unique style and showmanship in the ring, set against Argentina's darkest and bloodiest Dictatorship. Early on, Nicolino Locche's non-violent nature forced him to develop a unique and novel defensive boxing style despised by everyone. He would bend forward from the waist, face unguarded, inviting uppercuts and punches of despair that never struck him. Locche would tease, mock and rattle his opponents, while making jokes with the audience and taking smoking breaks in between rounds. But his magic in the ring was larger than life, conquering the hearts of millions of fans. Due to his defensive mastery, he is baptized "The Untouchable." His life will be nothing more than the faithful reflection of a history full of human battles, disappointments, spectacular triumphs, and excesses of all kinds. As he dodges punches in the ring, life hits him hard. A humble man who hated violence, barely hit opponents, and hardly trained, rises to the top and becomes World Champion in one of the most violent sports. At the end, he loses everything he ever loved and is too late to realize it. In the process, he becomes a legend to the world of boxing and the greatest entertainer the sport has ever seen.