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Fighting With My Family released in Australia

Fighting With My Family released in Australia

Fighting With My Family is a true-ish story of WWE fighter Paige. She comes to cinemas with the help of our collective guardian angel, Dwayne Johnson.

Paige’s character is actually called Saraya Bevis. She is better known as former WWE Divas title-holder Paige. This movie motivates her while she breaks down the barriers of the wrestling federation WWE. And she becomes an unlikely champ at the age of 21.

Megastar-in-waiting Florence Pugh plays Saraya, growing up in Norwich, England as part of wrestling dynasty, of a sort. Her parents in the film are Nick Frost and Lena Headey. Furthermore, they are small-time fighters and promoters with their own makeshift wrestling organization. They have always dreamed of Paige and his brother to be on big WWE platforms. Moreover, Paige gets the chance to move to Florida and undergo the required training.

Johnson willed this movie into existence, and willed himself onto the poster, despite basically having a glorified cameo. Dwayne said, “Wrestling may be fixed, but the crowd can tell when you’re a fake.” Be “the first you,” he adds gently.

This film “Fighting With My Family” is released in Australia on 21st March. Looking at the reviews and journey, it will be truly inspiring.

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