Liu Kang as seen in Mortal Kombat X
For Kung Lao… the Shaolin… and Earthrealm!
~ Liu Kang to Shao Kahn

Liu Kang is a protagonist from the NetherRealm Studios' video game series, Mortal Kombat.

He appeared in the DBX Episode "Bruce Lee vs The World", as well as the alternate ending for the Death Battle episode "Shao Kahn vs M. Bison". He also appeared in an episode of One Minute Melee where he fought Shang Tsung, who then transformed into Fei Long. He later returned in the 66th episode of DBX where he has fought against Ryu from Street Fighter.

Fanon Wiki Ideas So Far

Battle Record

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Battle Record

  • Wins: 2
  • Losses: 2
  • Draws: 0

Possible Opponents


Orphaned at a young age, Liu Kang was taken in and raised by the Order of Light's Shaolin Monks, deep within the mountains of China. Lord Raiden came to the Shaolin Temple and upon seeing Liu Kang's talent for martial arts, he was convinced that he was Earthrealm's last hope.

So he took the young warrior monk and had him trained by the legendary Outworld martial arts master, Bo' Rai Cho. After several years of training, he was enrolled in the secret White Lotus Society, which Raiden had created to protect Earthrealm. With Shao Kahn just one victory away from conquering their world, Liu Kang was chosen by his Shaolin Grandmaster to defeat Shang Tsung. While he was successful, his battle was far from over and he would continue to protect Earthrealm from constant threats.

Death Battle Info


  • Height: 1.78 m | 5'10"
  • Weight: 80 kg | 185 lbs
  • Trained by Bo' Rai Cho
  • Member of the White Lotus Society
  • Current ruler of the Netherrealm alongside Queen Kitana
  • Currently a Unwillingly Evil Revenant under the spell of Quan Chi

Fighting Style

Jun Fan

  • Best defense is a strong offense
  • Based on Jeet Kun Do

Pao Chui


Jeet Kun Do

  • Kicking, Punching, Trapping, and Grappling
  • All done seamlessly without fixed patterns

Choy Lay Fut

  • Defensive style
  • Effective against fighting more than one person



  • Shaolin Boxing style


Dragon's Fire

  • Gains Empowered Dragon Fireballs and Flying Kick
  • Adds Black face paint

Flame Fist

  • Gains Dragon Parry, Windmill Punch and Shaolin Flame
  • Forearm guards red


  • Can switch between Light and Dark forms to heal or harm
  • Grey headband and belt

Special Moves

Flying Dragon Kick

  • Flies toward the opponent with a kick
  • Enhanced version is faster with a fiery kick
  • Learned the move from Bo' Rai Cho
  • Used to defeat Shang Tsung

Dragon Fire

  • Fireball in the shape of a dragon
  • Enhanced version turns into a black dragon

Low Dragon Fire

  • Same as Dragon Fire, but fired at the opponent's feet

Bicycle Kick

  • Flies towards opponent with multiple kicks
  • Enhanced version is faster with fiery kicks
  • Sounds hilarious while using it

Dragon's Tail

  • A cartwheel kick that can be followed up with a punch, trip, flip kick, or uppercut.


  • If opponent attacks during parry stance, teleports behind them and punches
  • Enhanced version does an uppercut
  • Can even parry throws and air attacks
  • Cannot parry low attacks or any special moves

Chin Up

  • Cartwheel kick and uppercut, followed by a kick to the aerial opponent's jaw
  • A dentist's worst nightmare

For the Shaolin

  • Delivers a jab to the face and a punch to the stomach before giving a palm to the nose, breaking the skull. Afterwards he kicks the opponent's stomach and delivers two more punches to the face before chopping the opponent's neck, shattering their vertebrae. Finally he kicks the opponent's face, and delivers three punches to the back, the third punch with enough impact to burst the opponent's ribcage


Dragon Sword

  • Wave-shaped blade
  • Can also be thrown.


  • Two sticks with chains connecting them
  • Orignally farming tools


Dragon Bite

  • Transforms into a dragon and bites his opponent
  • Dragon form can also breathe fire

Arcade Drop

  • Drops a Mortal Kombat arcade cabinet onto his opponent
  • Can disappear or stay before summoning it


  • Teleports inside the opponent as living fire, then the opponent burns alive.

Fire Shot

  • Tosses the opponent into the air, then blows them up with a fireball.

Soul Invasion

  • Enters the opponent's body, then forces them to tear off their own head
  • Shang Tsung totally ripped this off from Liu Kang!

Focused Fireball

  • Extracts opponent's chi, then blows them up with it.

Fire Combo

  • Uppercut, bicycle kick, then finishes grounded opponent with a fiery fist

Fist of Flame

  • Charges fist with fire, then punches through opponent's chest
  • Used to defeat Shao Kahn (who gained 60 billion souls after over 10,000 years)

Sore Throat

  • Rips off the opponent's larynx, before shoving it back into their mouth, making them choke on their own blood, before pushing the opponent with his finger


  • Performs a backflip kick, launching the opponent into the air, before charging his feet with ki and jumping up and tearing his opponent in half with his legs


  • His Chi can possibly break Diamond, according to Shang Tsung (Comics)
  • Chopped a titanium Mortal Kombat sign and broke it
  • Defeated Ermac, Scorpion and Quan Chi, Goro, Shang Tsung, Kintaro, Shao Kahn, Kitana, Kung Lao and Shinnok
  • As a zombie, slaughtered multiple Shaolin monks
  • Has saved Earthrealm multiple times
  • Managed to catch and throw the Wrath Hammer
  • Can turn into a dragon and summon Mortal Kombat machines... SAY WHAT?!
  • As a Revenant, Helped the other Revenants beat up Raiden and took Shinnok's throne after his defeat.
  • Defeated his own Revenant form. [1]


  • Killed by the Deadly Alliance of Shang Tsung and Quan Chi
  • Was unable to reunite with his reanimated body
  • Has been defeated and killed by Raiden, before being reanimated by Quan Chi into a Revenant alongside his allies
  • Weapons are not always useful
  • Sprit passed on after Nightwolf died on the Battle of Armageddon, and so did his body
  • Parry can be punished by low attacks and specials
  • Outside of tournament matches, very jaded and self-aggrandizing in non-tournament matches



  • Liu Kang's original appearance in the first Mortal Kombat game is based on Bruce Lee's costume in his movie Enter The Dragon (1973).



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