Action fans and gaming netizens alike drew tons of excitment when the first official teaser aired just a few weeks ago for the upcoming online release of the new webseries, Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist. And with an official announcement still pending for its release date on the multi-programing YouTube platform, Machinima, a new solo Q&A was broadcast to the public featuring lead actor Mike Moh who stars as Ryu, where he talks about the casting process, the challenges he faced to assume Ryu's physical traits, martial arts skills, and much more.

The video is a great follow-up to our own interview hosted by my contributor Eric Watson back in December late last year, as many questions fans have been asking can now be observed with just a pinch of more detail before the series officially releases. As for a few preliminary highlights, Moh gives an epic answer to one question about being "too Asian" near the 6:40 mark. In addition, there is a really fascinating question that is mentioned regarding Ryu's hurricane kick, and if you stick around long enough, you will be able to spot the first set pic of the actor rehearsing an on-set Dragon Uppercut in pure Ryu form. Not gonna say when, so you'll just have to watch the video.

And don't look at me like that.

CLICK HERE to watch actor/writer/director/fight choreographer Joey Ansah's previous Q&A, and stay tuned for more news on the series.


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