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Alright well, obviously there's basically no way to discuss this from an MMA point of view and the topic has no relevancy in fighting. BUT, considering Rampage is no longer a fighter...
Heath Herring is a much better actor than Rampage. Facial expressions and vocal tone he's about a 6/10, really not bad at all. If he worked on his enunciation and had a good director he could even be decent, convincing in a Dave Chapelle or Will Ferrel movie.
But wow is Rampage bad. Dry, predictable, comical on accident... like a 2/10. No glimmering ray of hope to be seen. BJ Penn is the same but luckily, he comes from money and seems to be dedicated to fighting at this point.
I don't see how Rampage is going to survive. I like him as a person and respect him as a fighter... but he's just plain talentless on the silver screen.
Yeah, Herring was the best actor among the MMA crew for sure. It wasn't so much that he was great, but that BJ and Rampage looked like they were reading off of teleprompters and GSP's dubbing was like a Godzilla movie.
Everybody good, plenty of slaves for my robot colony?
I laughed through that whole movie. Heath really wasn't near as bad as I thought he would be, he was pretty good and comparable to the horrible hollywood actors these days anyways. I think the main actor was prolly the worst. Isn't he the actual producer or whatever for the movie too?
Did anybody see Keith Jardine in Gamer? He was a good actor. It helped he didn't actually have a line, just looked mean, held a gun etc.
Or Don Frye in ... that Johnny Depp movie about 50's gangsters. Again no lines, but looked good and menacing.
Thats the sort of actor mmafighters should be, look tough, shut up. Like white guys in Chinese Kung Fu movies.
Yes yes, not China Thailand, same roles
Though that's prob not the sort of money Rampage wants...