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Should UFC fighters be in the new Bloodsport (remake) Movie?


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ScreenDaily reports that Phillip Noyce (Salt) will direct a remake of the 1988 Jean-Claude Van Damme-starrer Bloodsport.

 

The story will follow an American who goes to Brazil to recover from the violence he has experienced in Afghanistan who gets involved in a martial arts contest.

 

Should UFC fighters make appearances in this movie like they did in 'The Expandables' or should The UFC stay clear of publicity like this? Movies like this confused people early on in the sport of Mixed Martial Arts and helped the term (thanks to Jon McCain) 'human **** fighting' a house hold phrase.

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ScreenDaily reports that Phillip Noyce (Salt) will direct a remake of the 1988 Jean-Claude Van Damme-starrer Bloodsport.

 

The story will follow an American who goes to Brazil to recover from the violence he has experienced in Afghanistan who gets involved in a martial arts contest.

 

Should UFC fighters make appearances in this movie like they did in 'The Expandables' or should The UFC stay clear of publicity like this? Movies like this confused people early on in the sport of Mixed Martial Arts and helped the term (thanks to Jon McCain) 'human **** fighting' a house hold phrase.

 

They can use retired UFC fighters. " The Expendables" used all the old, action hero actors.

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