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I’m not sure if being the guy who builds hallways for Marvel films and shows is the best job or the worst. Between the Russo brothers tearing up a stairwell in Captain America: Winter Soldier and Daredevil’s signature knockdown single-shot brawls, it’s clearly a good racket. To the surprise of few, Daredevil is back with yet another fist fight that’s got fans freaking out.
This go-around, instead of a three-minute hallway brawl or a five-minute stairwell tussle, we’re treated to an 11-freakin’-minute sequence set in a high security prison that features multiple stuntmen, several different fights-within-fights, a bit of story progression thanks to a pivotal dialogue exchange, and no small amount of blood.
You can watch a four-minute clip of it below, but for the whole thing you’ll have to log in to Netflix and watch episode four of the new season.
It’s the no-holds-barred, messy, grisly kind of action sequence Daredevil is known for. It’s not quite the manic stab-fest of something like The Raid 2’s prison fight scene, but it’s impressive nonetheless, and I just love how you can feel Murdock fighting for every inch of ground until he’s reached safety. Here’s what Twitter had to say about it:
DAREDEVIL really has the best fights in the entire MCU yes even better the movies— Ghoul Wrangler (@colonelnemo) October 20, 2018
They upped the ante from that hallway fight scene in season 1. Goddamn. #Daredevil— Imani Gandy’d Yams (@AngryBlackLady) October 21, 2018
me thanking not only god but also jesus for the fight scene in daredevil s03e04 pic.twitter.com/E1kGdQPUZu— mona sees her friends in 51 days! (@VALESKATWlNS) October 21, 2018
The hallway fight scene of #Daredevil season 3 episode 4 feels so real. The way Matt is grasping for air. His nice slick & smooth moves are so awesome. Charlie Cox joins RDJ, Chris Evans, Tom Holland and many more actors in the MCU who are REALLY born for their Marvel characters. pic.twitter.com/oAK3XSdsQV— z (@devynwes) October 20, 2018
Woah, that Daredevil S3 E4 Prison Fight was one of the best things I’ve ever seen in my life.— TheDerpLord (@TheDerpLord3) October 20, 2018
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Joseph Knoop is a gaming writer for Daily Dot, a native Chicagoan, and a slave to all things Overwatch. He co-founded the college geek culture outlet ByteBSU, then interned at Game Informer, and now writes for a bunch websites his parents have never heard of.