A Brief History
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Fighting with My Family follows the journey of professional wrestler Saraya “Paige” Bevis, from growing up in a household of professional wrestlers to winning the WWE Divas Championship in 2014. The film also features the conflict between Saraya and her brother, Zak, as the two both compete in try-outs for WWE; however, only Saraya is signed.
Written and directed by Stephen Merchant, Fighting with My Family stars Florence Pugh as Saraya “Paige” Bevis, Zak’s sister and Patrick and Julia’s daughter, along with Jack Lowden as Zak “Zak Zodiac” Bevis, Paige’s older brother and Patrick and Julia’s son; Nick Frost as Patrick “Rowdy Ricky Knight” Bevis, Paige and Zak’s father and Julia’s husband; Lena Headey as Julia “Sweet Saraya” Bevis, Paige and Zak’s mother and Patrick’s wife; and Vince Vaughn as Hutch Morgan.
Questions for students: Have you ever wanted to be a professional wrestler? If so, please let us know what ring name you would choose for yourself?
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