In a totally surprising occasion, Endemic Esports’ Brad “Scar” Vaughn has won against Echo Fox’s Dominique “SonicFox” McLean in the Mortal Kombat 11 Grand Finals at Combo Breaker.

Despite some times facing the possibility of getting eliminated, Scar managed to maintain his position on the upper bracket until the Grand Finals. With Sonya Blade, who is broadly viewed as a standout amongst the best in-game warriors, he was able to defeat every rival he confronted, including Dark Sided’s Waz, and PXP’s A F0xy Grampa, Tweedy.

The adventure to the Grand Finals of SonicFox was not as perfect. Starting in the Top 8 in the lower bracket of the contest, the audience favorite overcame some adverse odds. While he was “selecting” Jacqui Briggs, he made a change with Erron Black, a warrior he is really famous for controlling. In the match where SonixFox faced Noble’s Semiij, both Jacqui Briggs and Erron Black was not able to move beyond the opposition’s Kitana. With an unpredicted selection, SonicFox had won with Skarlet in a reverse movement.

Only in the Grand Finals, the audience witnessed SonicFox’s Jacqui Briggs performance in a match with Scar’s Sonya Blade. Despite the fact that Scar won the 1st game, SonicFox managed to be the winner of the next two matches. Exactly when the audience thinks that SoniFox would get the series, Scar made a huge comeback in an intensive game and won the Grand Finals.

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After the competition, Scar and SonicFox both went to Twitter discussing the outcomes and planning what’s to come in the future.

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