Vega decided to go as Jade, and her costume does not disappoint either. Vega also posted more photos of her Jade cosplay on social media, including the one featured below before the event. He enjoys a variety of video game genres including fighting, RPGs, sports, and more. As such, “Mortal Kombat” functions mostly as prolog, circling back to reintroduce characters from across the 11-game franchise — including such icons as Liu Kang (Ludi Lin) and Goro (a four-armed CG monstrosity voiced by Angus Sampson) — while setting up a never-before-seen contestant in Cole Young (Lewis Tan).
Ronda Rousey brought the spirit of Mortal Kombat to WWE’s Elimination Chamber last night, and not just because she finished her opponent in less than two minutes. February 18, 2019 Ronda Rousey brought her Mortal Kombat role to the WWE ring. Now, “Mortal Kombat” gets the R-rated reboot its fans feel the property deserves, which entails being as graphic as the game was when it comes time for the pugilists to eliminate their opponents, whether that means ripping out their hearts or buzz-sawing them in twain with a razor-sharp hat.
This means that she’s also able to do a little bit more with her cosplay and take on even more franchises! The helmet and armor are pretty slick, but even more impressive is the giant hammer he’s wielding in the photos. It’s worth noting that Rousey’s garb here skews heavily into military gear while Sonya Blade is largely more “federal government type” or even “local cop with riot gear” for the most part.
But this love of pop culture extends far beyond her work in the ring as Vega has taken to social media to show off all kinds of fun cosplay looks that she’ll probably never be able to fully incorporate into her ring gear because of the athletic activity required. Thoughts on the above (epic) Sindel cosplay from Zelina Vega? Rousey, if you’re not familiar, provides the voice for Mortal Kombat 11’s Sonya, and while some folks aren’t exactly fans of her performance, it’s still a pretty epic nod to her character.