Holly Holm To Appear In Female Fight Club Movie

Posted: Jun 2 2015, 7:57am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 2 2015, 7:59am CDT, in Latest Movie News


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Holly Holm to Appear in Female Fight Club Movie
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  • Holly Holm and Miesha Tate will appear in Feminist Version of the Movie “Fight Club”

The female fighters Holly Holm and Miesha Tate will appear in a feminist version of the movie “Fight Club”. Fans await the film with their usual high expectations.

Scoot over, Ronda Rousey for other MMA champions will be making films based on their lives other than you! Holly Holm, who does most of her prep work in New Mexico, is to make an appearance in a new movie about the martial arts.

Her press agent and manager spoke to MMAFighting regarding Miesha Tate also coming on board the cast for the film.

The biopic is titled Fight Valley and it will be a feminine version of Fight Club which came out around the turn of the millennium. However, there will be many small differences that will make the film a beautiful and memorable experience to partake in.

Holm was a basically a boxer who won fights against Raquel Pennington and Marion Reneau. And Miesha Tate defeated Sara McMann and several others before losing out to Ronda Rousey.

Besides Michael Lucas and the two lucky ladies (Holm and Tate), Cristiane Justino may get a chance to play a role in the film too. That will be a case of the more the merrier. Basically, the film is loosely based on the same narrative of a club of female fighters that meet underground in order to vent their frustrations and settle scores.

However, when one of the female fighters winds up dead, her sibling enters the circle in order to discover what went wrong.

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