One of the most loved video games dedicated to fighting and especially to science fiction by the whole world is Mortal Kombat, a fighting game invented decades ago, in which the wrestlers who descend into the arenas, fight to the death, even going so far as to kill their own opponent at the end of two matches, with the famous Fatality.
In the brand that became famous already after the first episodes released for the SEGA platforms, in which there were already characters such as Sub-Zero, Scorpion, Raiden and Goro, there was also a very famous Johnny Cage, who represented a real actor of Hollywood, lent to the fight for love, as he had fallen in love with the beautiful Sonya Blade.
Apparently, WWE is said to have found its perfect Johnny Cage, in the film that has already been recorded, but which could still have a sequel, with The Miz. The Miz considers himself to be the A-Lister and is constantly praising his superior acting ability.
It now seems as if the former WWE Champion has identified his next big acting project, as he pitched the idea of being cast for the next Mortal Kombat movie.
Fans do not want to see The Miz as Johnny Cage
After seeing Ronda Rousey take part in the latest video game in the Mortal Kombat series, with the Baddest Woman on the Planet who also had her own custom skin in the last chapter of the fighting video game par excellence, this time another of the protagonists of the rings of the McMahon company would have proposed to take part instead in the film dedicated to the saga.
With his latest tweet, in fact, WWE's Awesome One, The Miz, has thus primed the insiders, to be included in the cast of the film, which despite being ready for distribution in theaters, could still have a following: "No Johnny Cage? I AM the special effects.
Let me do the casting for you. Say cheese." One of the best-known fatalities of the fighter Johnny Cage, in fact, says the catchphrase, "say cheese", with which the athlete frames his opponent who has now been killed, with his mobile phone.
Undoubtedly, a similarity between Johnny Cage and The Miz is quite evident; who knows that the cast members of the next chapter of Mortal Kombat do not take Miz's words seriously and insert him in the new film dedicated to the famous video game? The responses to The Miz's proposal seem a bit harsh.
For those who have followed the former eight-time Intercontinental Champion's career, it is clear that he fits the role perfectly. He has all the tools, the charisma, the cockiness, the physique, and the skill.