Sylvester Stallone has blown his fan's minds once again with one of his latest posts on his Instagram account with Dolph Lundgren. The two 80's action stars are working on a new commercial that is coming up in a few weeks and right after the shooting Sylvester Stallone was photographed with Dolph Lundgren, behind the scenes. Below are the Tweet and the image.

As you can see, Sylvester Stallone wrote, in the caption, that they are ready to start shooting the scenes with Dolph Lundgren as Ivan Drago.

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Stallone mentions him as a ''big man'', so we know now why Dolph Lundgren has been working out like a beast the last couple of months. According to those two legends, nostalgia will be a major element in this movie.

Adonis in 'Creed II'

Sylvester Stallone also shared that Adonis Creed Johnson role will have a great amount of drama and that it is a character that it is built now. This is why Sylvester Stallone shared another important fact about the directing of this ''Creed'' sequel. In another post, Stallone wrote that this new generation of fighters need fresh blood in directing and that is why they are grateful they have Stephen Caple, Jr. What follows is that tweet.

Later, in another Tweet, Sylvester Stallone said that the whole storyline centering on fathers versus sons in ''Creed II" will be a great challenge. This is actually a hint [VIDEO] that indicates Rocky and Drago won't fight but that their conflict will be an emotional one. Their sons, on the other hand, will fight with everything they got! Stallone shared a fan-made picture for this idea without revealing who will actually play Ivan Drago's son.

Here is that incredible, though misleading image:

Ivan Drago provokes Rocky?

It's pretty obvious that Dolph Lundgren aims to be in the best shape he can possibly be in with so little time. We all saw him sharing his training, so is this something that points out Drago will challenge Rocky? That is not yet confirmed and we can see in another Instagram post from Sylvester Stallone that he is not obsessed with his body and to be fair that makes sense because he just beat cancer. His exact words were: ''Be careful! This is what happened when Rocky dropped weight to fast!''

In conclusion, we are not sure if Rocky is going to die in this movie but for some reason, Sylvester Stallone mentions again that Dolph Lundgren sent him to the hospital last time. Does he pave the way for another tough fight for Rocky or he simply admires this impossible physique? We are soon going to find out!