Ace Woody is a supporting antagonist of the original script for Django Unchained as well as the comic book adaption of said script. His character was dropped during the final project and was replaced by Billy Crash. He was the trainer for Calvin Candie's slaves who would be forced to engage in fights to death referred to as Mandingo Fighting.
Had Ace appeared, he would have been portrayed by either Kurt Russel or Kevin Costner.
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