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The truth is... I like dogs. But if one of them runs away... it pisses me off. If one of you b*tches want to run away, go ahead... run. But I will find you... and I will kill you... I swear.
~ Victor to Gabriela and his hostages.
Victor Martinez is the secondary antagonist of Rambo: Last Blood. He is the younger brother of Hugo Martinez, as well as Hugo's right-hand man and the second-in-command of Hugo's human trafficking cartel.
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 Jezel about Gabrielle's whereabouts. Jezel reluctantly leads Rambo to the club where Gabrielle was last seen and confronts El Flaco, the man who last spoke with Gabrielle.
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. The cartel vow to mistreat Gabrielle further due to Rambo's actions.
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 with a hammer, 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. Victor is enraged about the raid and demands Hugo to listen to him from now on before planning to track down Rambo and kill him.
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 him while he is taking a shower. His headless corpse is put on display in his bedroom for his brother to see.
Rambo later on dumped his severed head in the middle of the road most likely as a means of helping Hugo and his gang know where Rambo went and eventually fall into Rambo's traps.
Victor was the sadistic and psychopathic co-leader of a Mexican human trafficking ring along with his brother Hugo, he is shown to be slightly more brutal than his brother as Victor would carve a signature V onto his victims and inject them with drugs. Similar to his brother he sees the women and girls they sell as things not people and even compares them to stray dogs at one point. His brutal decapitation at Rambo's hands signified his manic impatience and lack of thorough foresight was his ultimate undoing. Acting as a clear display of what a thoughtless monstrous individual he'd always be.
Victor's corpse after Rambo chopped his head off.
Rambo dropping Victor's head in the middle of the highway.