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Fight Choreography: The Art of Non-Verbal Dialogue by John Kreng

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Issues with Using a Real Martial Artist or Combative Athlete on Film

Imagine you are attending a live sporting event where two world-class boxers are fighting each other for the world championship title. The reigning champion has defended his title consistently and spectacularly for a couple years, has a devoted following, uses flashy yet effective techniques, is charismatic, and is a media darling and a crowd-pleasing fighter. His opponent is the top-rated challenger in the division—at one time a world champion himself. He is a no-nonsense, powerful fighter who punishes his opponents and knocks them out, leaving the audience in fear and awe. In short, he is a real bruiser.

These opponents have fought each other twice in their careers, each winning ...

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