After the release of Tapped Out, I promised myself I’d do everyone else a favor and take a break from MMA. Spend a little quality me-time at local dive bars and the NYPD drunk tank. But just when I thought I was out, Ryan pulls me back in with an assignment to review Haywire and interview Gina Carano. How could I resist when all of my loves are so tightly wrapped in such a seam-bursting package: MMA, white people in kung fu flicks, another Soderbergh rookie female lead (let me give you the boyfriend experience, Sasha Grey), and Gina Carano’s voluptuous… smile.
But what to ask Gina? Where do I begin? I’m so nervous. And that is why I am turning to you, dearest jackals. Fill the comments section with the questions you want me to put to the face of WMMA. I’d ask you not to be too pervy, but we all know that’s impossible. But try to throw in at least a couple that I might actually be able to use.
(Matthew Polly is our resident big dick swingin’ auteur who’s latest book Tapped Out just came out at the end of 2011. If you haven’t read it, do yourself a favor and pick it up! Or you can enjoy all his other Fightlinker works and samples from his first book right here.)