Once upon a time, Chris Benoit could have been seen as an inspirational figure for the young fans of professional wrestling. The little corner of the showbiz world he made his profession was dominated by giants and flashy figures when he first broke in, leading to him being continually told that he was too small and lacked the personality necessary to make it big in the carnival sideshow turned stadium-packing phenomenon that is pro wrestling. With an unmatched work ethic and a never say die determination, he eventually proved all his naysayers wrong and reached the top of his industry by becoming the world champion of Vince McMahon Jr.’s premier wrestling promotion, World Wrestling Entertainment, however. But what came next was horrific, and it robbed Benoit’s story of any of the inspiration or good memories it may have once generated for wrestling fans. At the height of his career, Benoit and his family were found dead in their home, the victims of an apparent murder/suicide that the man himself perpetrated. It’s a terrible, tragic story—one that involves the current hotbed of controversy surrounding concussions in professional sports—so it was probably only a matter of time before someone tried to tell it in the form of a movie. Well, according to a report from Deadline, that time is now.