It would require a Marvel Cinematic Universe crossover of theatrical and Netflix-based series for Elektra and Black Widow to fight, but that isn't stopping their stunt doubles from settling the score.
Lauren Mary Kim, stunt double for Elektra actress Elodie Yung on Netflix's Daredevil series, posted a video to her Instagram account which sees her squaring off with the MCU's Black Widow actress Scarlett Johansson's stunt double Amy Johnston. The video, choreographed by Bryan Sloyer, runs for Instagram's full allowed minute with the two women nailing an impressive sequence of moves.
Check it out in the Instagram post below.
So...here is my ANSWER to who would win if #ELEKTRA fought #BLACKWIDOW in Entry #3 of my KALI DIARIES series. Huge thanks to the ridic talented @amyejohnston who was one of Black Widow's stunt doubles, @sloyerstunts - Fight coordinating, Camera and Editing and Tsuyoshi Abe -Fight Choreography. Go #Marvel And check out #Defenders on August 18 on #Netflix #thewomenofmarvel #stuntdouble #stunts #v10stunts
"So... here is my answer to who would win if Elektra fought Black Widow in Entry #3 of my Kali Diaries series," Kim wrote. "Huge thanks to the [ridiculously] talented [Amy Johnston] who was one of Black Widow's stunt doubles, [Bryan Sloyer] - fight coordinating, camera and editing and Tsuyoshi Abe - Fight Choreography."
In the end, Kim is excited to help promote the upcoming release of The Defenders on Netflix, which will feature a good bit of her work as Yung's stunt double. Based on Yung's comments to ComicBook.com at San Diego Comic-Con, she will be doing a fair amount of sparring with the good guys of the series. "One day, you die in the arms of your loved one..." Yung said. "And I was kind of a good person at the end of Daredevil, and then I come back [in The Defenders], and I'm going to be in other arms this time, and everything's going to go more dark and violent, for me. So it was just interesting to know that I will be able to play the same character, but at the same time a character who completely forgot who she was, and had to build from there. It's exciting, it was just brand new. Everything was very new."