Yes, that's what happened in his first game.
Saraya Jade Bevis-er, Brittany. Sorry, Paige, screamed her way into the heart of WWE Universe in 2012, and she has lived there ever since. Fighting a Family is his story Or, at least, it's the Hollywood version of it. Liberties aside, the movie keeps things pretty close to honest. If you wait through credits, you'll even see some of the original clips that inspired scenes in the movie.
Following the story of Paige (Florence Pugh) and his brother Zak (Jack Lowden) trip to join WWE, Fighting a Family writes a love letter to the art of wrestling. For the people who just roll their eyes and think something along the lines "Pfft, fake and fake!", More than couple views to help show that scripting and being fake are not near each other. I'll see you and your unexpected address, Vince Vaughn.
Although it was an incredible movie for fighting fans, Stephen Merchant made a movie that does not require viewers to have a wonderful knowledge of fun. There's a cameo here and then that could not come home if you're not looking at Night Night RAW or SmackDown Live every time in a few, but outside that, there's something small for everyone.
I've been watching a fragile for more than a decade now, but I did not start watching really until the Women's Revolution started in 2016. To keep a long story as short as possible: not WWE was always treating her grandmothers. He's still learning, but the progress seen over the past three years has been amazing. When we saw the trailers, some of us were a bit worried that we were going to get the stereotyped stroke story against blonde bitches, but Fighting a Family Is the Women's Evolution proud.
Paige has a moment where she calls out the other women, but she ends up because of her prejudice, not their own. When Paige joined WWE (not reminder, far back), many of the women they signed were not wrestlers. The thing, growing up in a shelter circle does not make those women smaller in Superstars, it meant that they had to work much harder. The Evolution of the Women happened because of all kinds of women of all shapes, size, color and orientation. It's great to see the movie goal to that, and even better it's still important for those who have never watched WWE in their lives.
Fighting a Family The jokes you're expecting out of Stephen Merchant's film too. There's more than laughter, and pokes are fun at the WWE and strive where that is appropriate. It's an interesting start to finish (even to those of you who always say it ugly, like me), and it shows all the heart behind me something like striving. People will always laugh at the sport, and sometimes for good reason, but some of the people who are dedicated to their lives look good. The fact that it is a pretty fun watch is even better.