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If Mortal Kombat Were Real

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We know that they were exceptional fighting machines, but have you ever stopped to think about whether those Mortal Kombat finishing moves were actually possible?

We have to admit, we haven't - we just reveled in the glory of victory and the gore of revenge - but comedian Pete Holmes has done just that and created realistic Mortal Kombat, to follow in the footsteps of his brilliant Realistic Mario series.

Watch below as Sub Zero's finishing move faces the harsh reality of basic physics.

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