Gracie 717 fighter Blaine Shutt lands role in Fight Valley
Hummelstown, Pennsylvania’s Blaine “The Shuttdown” Shutt (3-1) as a professional has landed a role in the upcoming full length feature film “Fight Valley”
“The Shuttdown” who currently trains at Gracie 717 and Unrivaled Athletics won his last outing over Darnell Pettis at WCC 13 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, March 20, however in doing so the flyweight fighter sustained a broken hand which required surgery to repair and will be out of action until September.
Shutt will play the role of “Dale,” Windsor Coro’s boyfriend in the movie.
In speaking about his role Shutt says that Windsor no longer feels attached to him and calls the relationship off.
“Apparently my character is extremely in love with her and I’m not necessarily gonna let myself get heartbroken so the relationship’s not gonna be over unless I say it is over.”
The film “Fight Valley” which stars MMA notables such as Miesha “Cupcake” Tate, Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino and “The Preacher’s Daughter” Holly Holm, begins shooting in July with a November 2015 release.
Watch Blaine Shutt discuss his role in Fight Valley below.
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