Some characters clearly would never fight another human being and forcing them to do so makes the entire story seem phony.
Make your fights into a conversation spoken with actions in which the real conflict is happening in the hearts of the characters and in which the reader themselves are helping to tell the story.
After an ominously upbeat opening scene with John McClane riding the streets of sunny California on Christmas Eve, he finds out his wife has reverted to her maiden name, they have an argument immediately upon meeting each other on screen, and Hans Gruber has shown up with his henchmen firing guns like mad and holding Nakatomi Plaza hostage.
Marder was born in Chicago in Both are talented fighters. And, more importantly, how do you write a fight scene?
And if you even have enough writing for a feature-length film.
If the goal is to create a 10 minute fight scene, then the dialogue may need to be cut down or expanded. MGM Stallone also keeps the reader in touch with the emotions of the characters in that scene.
And consume as many films as you possibly can.