Swerve Strickland, a prominent member of the AEW roster known for his impressive in-ring skills and charismatic character work, is expanding his horizons beyond professional wrestling. He has recently secured a role in an upcoming horror movie titled “Stiletto.”

Swerve Strickland’s passion for hip-hop is evident, and he even composed his own theme song, “Big Pressure.” He takes pride in his cultural identity, which shines through in his wrestling persona.

According to report by Deadline.com, Strickland’s role in the film “Stiletto” is noteworthy. The movie’s plot follows Lyric, the sister of a murdered exotic dancer, as she investigates the crime a year after it occurred. The storyline revolves around her pursuit of a serial killer who targets and murders his favorite dancers on the anniversary night.

Filming for “Stiletto” is set to commence later this month, although it remains unclear how this will affect Strickland’s schedule with AEW. Whether his role in the film requires significant time off from wrestling or not is yet to be determined. Swerve Strickland’s venture into Hollywood is an exciting development, and fans are eager to see how he fares in the world of horror cinema.


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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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