Miesha Tate is headed to the big screen.
The 29-year-old former UFC champion makes her feature film debut in the upcoming MMA thriller, Fight Valley, and ET has the exclusive first look at Tate in action.
The movie centers on Windsor (Susie Celek), who moves to the rough New Jersey neighborhood Fight Valley after her 22-year-old sister, Tory, is found dead after getting involved with an underground fighting ring. Desperate for justice, Windsor begins to train with Jabs (Tate), a respected and feared ex-fighter, as she prepares to come face-to-face with her sister’s killer.
In ET’s exclusive sneak peek, Jabs knocks some sense into Windsor during one of their intense training sessions and offers a warning for what’s about to come.
“Believe me when I tell you you’re going to hurt, you’re going to bleed and you’re going to feel pain like you’ve never felt before,” Jabs says as the two get ready to fight. “You know what, honestly, you don’t even know what hurt is.”
When Windsor insists she’s ready for her wrath, Jabs isn’t so sure: “Every time you say no, every time you say you can’t and every time you stop because you’re out of breath, I’m going to punch you square in the face.” Oof!
Holly Holm and UFC newcomer Cristiane “Cyborg” Venancio also star in the film, which was directed and written by Rob Hawk.
Fight Valley hits theaters and VOD on Friday.
Speaking of bad-ass UFC fighters, watch Ronda Rousey recreate her epic Furious 7 fight with Michelle Rodriguez below.