So this past weekend i went to watch Fighting with my Family, which is The Rock and Stephen Merchants‘ film based around the life of WWE Superstar Paige (Saraya Knight) and the Knight family based out of Norwich, England.

The main actors that are in the film are Florence Pugh, Nick Frost, Lena Heady who play the main roles of Paige, Ricky and Sweet Saraya which brought light and a true British grit to the movie, as there are plenty of times American people play British roles and that makes the film feel realistic and truly english, especially with the biggest American film star within the last 10 years The Rock rounding things out nicely.

With being a WWE Fan and knowing about the Knight family for the past 10/15 years and the amazing power that they have in the UK Wrestling scene its quite extraordinary, plus knowing of Britani Knight and her work on the UK Wrestling scene before her amazing jump to WWE made me feel super proud that there has been a film made about her come up and i feel personally her WWE career has still some amazing turns to make even though she is retired.

As said with being a WWE Fan i spotted a few plot holes that i didn’t understand and there was an inside joke that Vince Vaughn who played the role of the NXT trainer was called ‘Sex Tape’ which was clearly an inside dig that Paige has had some personal videos leak in the past that caused her emotional distress, so i don’t know why that was in the film.

Overall if we are giving it a 9/10 and I hope that Saraya (Paige) was truly happy with the turn out of the film, as that is the only thing that matters.


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With wide ranging musical influences that include London Grammar and Ludovico Einaudi, a passion for performing has long since been instilled in London based singer-songwriter Bianca Bazin. Having spent several years writing and performing in various venues, winning over audiences and critics alike, the world is starting to take note of this talented young woman and she’s already earned herself support from BBC Introducing and Clash Magazine.

Bianca’s previous single “Heartbroken Fool” won her an army of fans who connected with her honest and personal lyrics, and now she’s showcasing her talents even further with the release of an acoustic version of her track “Perishing Heart.”

Asked about the meaning and story behind the track, Bianca says:

“‘Perishing Heart’ is a story of my healing journey – of looking for the light at the end of the tunnel and finding it. The concept of a ‘perishing heart’ was my attempt to understand what happens to us after we are gone and what happens to all those experiences, memories and feelings. At the start of the song I am pleading for the answers to my questions, for change and to make sense of a chaotic world with ‘light up the dark’. However, by the end I have come to accept whatever comes next, ‘Valhalla hell here I come’. For me, rising above my physical existence and looking into my own soul helped me through a very difficult time as it transformed my experience of the world and I hope to share that with others.”

Check out Bianca’s acoustic rendition of “Perishing Heart” below and for more information on Bianca, visit her website, give her page a like on Facebook or follow her on Twitter.


Since making their mark on the music scene back in 2012, New Rock rock trio Myths have gone on to achieve a strong following of fans and support from radio stations – including BBC Radio 6 – and publications on both sides of the Atlantic.

Their live shows, including those at festivals such as SXSW, have seen them wow audiences of all sizes and perform alongside the likes of B-52’s singer Cindy Wilson and earlier this year they headed out on the road as support for The Joy Formidable.

More recently, as they prepare to release their sophomore album, New Myths recorded a cover of the EMF track “Unbelievable”, which they’ve chosen to release as a single, and ThisIsTheLatest are delighted to host its premiere.

While the original version is an up-tempo classic, The New Myths rework presents “Unbelievable” in a whole new way, and has the group put their own unique twist on a track that remains one of the most popular of the 90’s.

Asked how and why they chose to cover the track, the trio said:

“We were in the studio recording new original tracks and decided we wanted to try a cover which we hadn’t done yet. We couldn’t seem to agree on anything but then when Brit brought up “Unbelievable” we were all in agreement that we all love the song and we also wanted to cover a song that we could completely change up and make our own. Once we decided to slow down, reharmonize, and grunge-ify “Unbelievable,” we were all super down and really into it.”

Give “Unbelievable” a listen below and for more information on New Myths, visit their website, give their page a like on Facebook or follow them on Twitter. Header photo credit: Lissy Elle Laricchia.