Mortal Kombat fatality question

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  1. SK

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    I was wondering if anyone knew which of the Mortal Kombat characters performed a fatality where he ripped his opponents head off exposing the spinal cord and leaving the rest of the boddy untouched? I have a feeling it might have been Kano, but I can't remember. I suppose this could have gone in classic.
     
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  2. RWAOogles

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    hmmm

    i would put money on it that it was scorpion.
     
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  3. tenzo

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    It was Kano. BUT, he rips the other character's skeleton out, not the head only. There are other characters like Kitana who just slash the head off though.
    (Im referring to Ultimate MK3)
     
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    Man, I feel old all of a sudden.

    Yes, it was without a doubt Sub-Zero who had that most classic of fatalities in the original Mortal Kombat.

    Scorpion pulled off his face and breathed fire, burning his opponent to skeleton.

    Kano ripped out his opponents heart and took a bite out of it.
     
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  6. Guan_Yu

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    Even though I was beaten to it, it was Sub-Zero, and NOT Kano or Scorpion.
     
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    forget about the galgameks
     
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  8. SK

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    Thanks everyone!
     
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