And Jackie Chan is rumored to be the Miyagi-type character. So maybe it'll be the Foom Foom Foom Kid.
It's good to see Jackie Chan still acting in MA movies. It's also good to see him branching out as an actor in general too. Instead of being typecast as the Chinese martial arts teacher he's playing the Japanese martial arts teacher this time.
Well, Flash Point is still the movie with the best MMA inspired techniques caught on film:
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My opinion, realistic fight scenes is more appropriate in a short fast paced scene during an action movie, the only way to make it watchable for a longer scene if you mix it up with the typical kung fu scenes, which is the case with Flash Point.
At least, Death Warrior might be at least be more enjoyable than Never Back Down. I also happen to like the star of the movie, Hector Echavarria who I believe is Rampage's kickboxing coach and is in good terms with several MMA stars.
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