Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings brings together some unexpected MCU characters for a combat competition. The publication of the second trailer for the next Phase 4 film verified this. For a long time, fans have speculated that Marvel may use a classic martial arts film cliché by putting its hero in a tournament, a la Mortal Kombat, Bloodsport, and Enter the Dragon. And it appears that Shang-Chi (Simu Liu), like so many previous kung fu heroes, will be forced to participate in the ring with other fighters. That was obvious from the teaser, which depicted the titular figure as both a competitor and a spectator. While it’s conceivable that his presence may be limited to a single scene, some predict that winning the tournament will be the emphasis of Shang-quest. Chi’s It’s possible that the goal of winning is to obtain the Mandarin’s Ten Rings, although the reward hasn’t been mentioned in either video. In any case, Shang-presence Chi will undoubtedly provide an exciting spectacle, which will be heightened by the appearances of at least two unexpected MCU characters. Shang-Chi, the Kung Fu Warriors from his own film, and known MCU heroes and villains will all compete in the tournament, which seems to be a violent, no-holds-barred event. Every character known to be present during Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings tournament is listed below.

5. Shang-Chi:


Shang-Chi spent his infancy and early adulthood in Marvel Comics developing his body and studying several types of Chinese martial arts at the request of his father, Fu Manchu. Because of his isolation from society, Shang-Chi committed all of his time to his training, leading him to become Marvel’s Master of Kung Fu. With hand-to-hand fighting talents on par with Captain America, Shang-Chi is without a doubt one of the most powerful fighters in the Marvel Universe, as evidenced by triumphs against super-powered characters like Wolverine and Spider-Man. The Shang-Chi teasers indicate that the film will feature his comic book origins and martial arts skills, but sans Fu Manchu. Instead, it will be Iron Man’s most heinous foe-the Mandarin-who turns him into a human weapon, potentially with the assistance of Michelle Yeoh’s character, Jiang Nan. In the trailers, Jiang can be seen exercising with Shang-Chi. It appears that in order to win the event, Marvel’s Master of Kung Fu will have to depend on all he’s learned, especially because it won’t simply be a martial arts competition. Shang-Chi will be pitted against characters with true superpowers.

4. Abomination:


The character who may pose the greatest threat to Shang-Chi in the tournament is also the film’s most unexpected addition: Abomination. Emil Blonsky, aka Abomination, played by Tim Roth, has been missing from the MCU since he was knocked unconscious by the Green Goliath in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk. His whereabouts have been unknown for years. There was a lot of speculation about the character, with many believing that Marvel had abandoned the Hulk’s greatest foe. It had just recently been announced that the villain was set to be reintroduced. Kevin Feige, the CEO of Marvel Studios, revealed in December 2020 that, after a more than decade absence, the abomination would return to the MCU in Disney+’s She-Hulk series. The conclusion of the second Shang-Chi trailer then offered a pleasant surprise by displaying Abomination and hinting at a match with the main hero. She-Hulk isn’t scheduled to be released on the streaming site until 2022, so the character is apparently returning to the MCU sooner than planned.

3. Wong:


The appearance of Abomination was not the only MCU figure that sprang out of nowhere in the teaser. There’s also the person he was fighting in the ring. Although his face was not revealed, his attire and the Doctor Strange-esque powers easily recognized him as a member of the Masters of the Mystic Arts. Furthermore, this individual does not appear to be just any Master of the Mystic Arts-all indicators point to him being Doctor Strange’s most steadfast partner, Wong (Benedict Wong). During the filming of Shang-Chi, a photo of Wong and Liu together was circulated on the internet. As for why Wong would battle Abomination, it’s plausible that Doctor Strange would send him there to collect the Ten Rings (assuming they’re the prize for winning). Because they are incredibly powerful magical objects, it stands to reason that Doctor Strange would want them kept safe in the Sanctum Sanctorum, where they can not be used for evil. Unfortunately, whatever their strategy is, it does not appear to be working. The pounding he received from the Abomination makes it very improbable that he will triumph. Having said that, his survival is certain, since he will return as a member of Strange’s squad of heroes in Doctor Strange 2.

2. Xialiang:


A shirtless Shang-Chi can be seen in the teaser engaging in violent kung fu combat with fellow martial artist Xialing (Meng’er Zhan). In Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Xialing is supposed to be the Mandarin’s daughter. Her connection with her brother has been described as “estranged,” maybe due to their being on opposing sides at some point in their lives. It’s possible that she rebelled against the Mandarin, or that her persistent devotion to him made her an adversary of Shang-Chi. Regardless, it appears they will meet as adversaries in the ring, but that doesn’t rule out the possibility of a subsequent team-up.

1. Razor Fist – Unconfirmed:


Razor Fist (Florian Munteanu), the assassin with bladed hands who follows the hero throughout the film, is one Shang-Chi figure that may compete in the tournament. The sight of the villain at 0:52 in the first trailer places him near the location of the incident, implying that he will be involved. If he is on a mission to assassinate Shang-Chi, he may consider the tournament as an opportunity to eliminate his prey. It’s also worth mentioning that the Marvel Comics version of Razor Fist competed in a similar combat event as Captain America, where he was easily defeated by Steve Rogers. It remains to be seen whether the MCU’s Razor Fist can compete with Simu Liu’s Master of Kung Fu in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

So yes, these are the characters that have been confirmed to be seen in Shang-Chi: Ten Rings Tournament. Well, what to say man? These 5 characters are some of the most beings on this planet and can be a great danger to the human race, except Wong. He’s a sweet magical sidekick to Doctor Strange. But seeing these characters fight would be a great thing. In particular, in the fight between Wong and Abomination, I’m putting my money on Wong. What about you guys? Who do you think will win the fight? For that, we have to watch Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Do let us know which among these is your favorite character and please let us know in the comment section below. Till then, keep reading Animated Times, the perfect place to get a closer look at the entertainment industry, upcoming movies, TV series, celebrity gossip, and much more. We’ll have you covered. Keep reading animated times, guys, for more.

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