Drama / Films

Family values, body slams run rampant in Fighting with my Family

As a child, I adored wrestling. I even tried jumping from couch to couch when the ‘rents weren’t home, busting my toe during one attempt. But I slowly grew out of jumping all over the place, and then I grew out of wrestling years later.

Stephan Merchant’s Fighting with my Family, while I’m not championing the WWE like I used to, was a nice nostalgia trip and chronicled the rise of Paige, a British girl who revolutionized wrestling for women everywhere.

Watch the rest of my review below!

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