Miesha Tate may have lost on Saturday at UFC200 but she’s still a winner to the fans. This month, she’ll debut in a new film FIGHT VALLEY, co-starring UFC fighters Holly Holm and Cris “Cyborg”.
FIGHT VALLEY stars the world’s best female fighters in a punch-a-minute tale told direct from the mean streams. A young woman is found dead after getting involved with an underground fighting ring. Her sister begins training under a respected ex-fighter as she searches for the killer, while keeping just one fist ahead of sharing her deceased sister’s fate.
The film also stars Susie Celek, Erin O’Brien, Chelsea Durkalec, Belgian standout Cindy “Battlecat” Dandois, the World Boxing Organization’s Lightweight Champion Amanda Serrano with her sister Cindy Serrano, and Serena DeJesus, an inspiring autistic MMA fighter dubbed “The Southpaw Outlaw.”
Opening July 22, FIGHT VALLEY theatrical engagements include New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Boston, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Orlando, Philadelphia, Santa Fe and Tampa. FIGHT VALLEY will be available on the following digital and On Demand platforms: iTunes, Amazon Instant, Vimeo On Demand, Vudu, Blockbuster, Playstation, Google Play, Xbox, Direct TV, Vubiquity, iNDEMAND, and Dish.
WEBSITE: Fight Valley