Not too many action movies go past a sequel.
The rare few get the privilege of becoming trilogies
On lucky number Furious 7, Ronda Rousey finally got her hands dirty and fight choreographer Jeff Imada had an absolute
Rodriguez has been a badass in film and television for longer than Ronda has even been tossing ladies on their head in steel cages. It made total sense to have these two icons beat the hell out of each other.
“[Rodriguez] was like, ‘Really throw me into that door! I want it to look real,'” Ronda told Entertainment Tonight. “Michelle had so much fun. By the end of the day
The fight was more than just getting to watch two chicks punch and kick each other, whether you noticed or not, Ronda was able to show off a judo clinic in the movie.
Keep an eye out for the super smooth rolling osoto gari and a kata guruma which Ronda pulls off while going down into the splits. It was really an awesome showcase of her skills that could be missed while the casual viewer munches popcorn.
The fight scene possessed a level of ferocity and skill demonstrated by women that even in 2018 is not seen a whole lot on the American big screen. Rodriguez thinks that is something that needs to change.
“I think more women like [Ronda] need to be making movies because that’s
Flashback to Ronda Rousey’s first film with The Expendables 3.