The Hurt Business Trailer: Mixed Martial Arts Has Never Looked This Gritty


If the trailer for The Hurt Business is any indication — and as if we needed additional confirmation the life of a mixed-martial-arts superstar is nothing short of grueling. Featuring newly minted actress Ronda Rousey, Jon Jones, and other prominent figures in the fast-growing sport, the documentary aims to depict the gritty highs and lows that accompany respective careers in the cages, with a focus on the long-term physical and psychological effects that have been suffered through it all. It'll judo-chop its way into theaters this fall.

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