Commentary One - director Sam Firstenberg and producer Elijah Drenner (A Rumble in the Jungle: The Making of American Ninja) return for a second commentary that offers an impressive amount of factual information. Sam Firstenberg explains that in addition to the first American Ninja film Chuck Norris rejected Avenging Force, which was apparently a much more ambitious project with a substantially bigger budget. The director admits that he considers Avenging Force to be better than the American Ninja films but clarifies that it was not as successful at the box office. There is information about the script for the second film, the casting process, the shooting in South Africa, the evolution of Michael Dudikoff and Steve James' characters, the stunt guys that were hired, David Bradley's involvement with American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt and American Ninja 4: The Annihilation, etc. This commentary first appeared on the Olive Films release of the film.
Commentary Two - this audio commentary was recorded by Sam Firstenberg and stunt coordinator BJ Davis. Recollections about the choreography of various actions sequences, the attitude and work of the stars before the camera, some stylistic choices that were made, the transition from the first film and its effect on the characterizations, etc. The commentary first appeared on the 88 Films release of the film.
An American Ninja in Cape Town - this archival featurette focuses on the production history of American Ninja 2: The Confrontation. Included in it are brand new interviews with director Sam Firstenberg, actors Michael Dudikoff and Gary Conway, executive producer Avi Lerner and stunt coordinator BJ Davis. The featurette was produced exclusively for Olive Films. In English, not subtitled. (17 min).
Trailer - original theatrical trailer for American Ninja 2: The Confrontation. In English, not subtitled. (2 min).