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Fighting With My Family Is a Curious Biopic About Pro Wrestling

Produced by The Rock, this fairly standard sports movie follows a real-life WWE icon from her humble beginnings in England to international fame.
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From her stunning portrayal of a tricky character in the macabre period drama two years ago, I could tell that Florence Pugh was well on her way to Hollywood stardom. What I couldn’t have predicted was that her studio breakout would come from playing a professional wrestler. is, in most respects, a standard sports biopic, following the real-life WWE icon Paige (born Saraya-Jade Bevis) from her humble beginnings in Norwich, England, to international fame. But unlike

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