Charlize Theron is looking for a fight.
While promoting her newest film "The Old Guard," the 44-year-old told WWE superstar Kofi Kingston that she'd love to step into the wrestling ring and take on the company's top female talent.
"Wow, is this an invite? Yes! When and where?" she said after Kofi mentioned that she may have a future in wrestling. "I know we're in a crisis situation right now, so it's not any time soon. But that sounds awesome and I will get my a– kicked. So that would be really entertaining for everybody to watch because I am a mere actor. But that would be so much fun."
Charlize is no stranger to physical roles, including her new movie in which she shows off marital arts moves. While chatting with Kofi via a video call, Charlize said she has trained up to five hours a day over three-and-a-half to four months to prepare for her newest film.
Recalling her dance background, she said, "The discipline of ballet reminds me very much of the discipline of martial arts."
Upon hearing of Charlize's preparation for the movie, Kofi said, "I think you might actually have a career or a future, if you wanted it, as a WWE superstar. The fact for you to be able to pick up those moves so naturally, I would love to see you go one-on-one with a Becky Lynch or like a Sasha Banks. Do you know what I mean? Or Bayley, or Charlotte [Flair]! I feel like you would fit right in."
After Charlize expressed her joy, Kofi said he could make a match happen.
"I'm taking you up on this," she said.