Here's a fun fact for all you action fans and stunt performers out there who follow martial arts cinema and may even read my blog: Pay close attention to the name Vlad Rimburg from here on out, because he's going to go places.
The latter, of course, is true, especally for Huor who, no matter how many takes or how sore he gets, commits himself to working with Rimburg since getting started with a Crows Zero-inspired test fight short in 2010 titled, Part 1: Chapter A. "...I've always trusted him to pick the right take, or choose the right beats to choreograph." he says. "As I've grown and matured over the many practice videos I've done on the last three years, Vlad has always been willing to help me where I have questions, and is very receptive to any ideas I might have. He trusts me to do what he sees in his mind, and I trust in his vision.". Huor also expressed his excitement in going toe-to-toe with Yuan on camera again, telling Film Combat Syndicate, "PeiPei is a great performer and we're friends off set, so it makes the atmosphere less stressful. Everyone knows everyone, and we're all there with the same goal, to make whatever we're working the best it can be at that time.".