Mandalorian Boba Fett Fight Scene Perfectly Syncs to Viral Star Wars Song

A fan perfectly synchronizes Boba Fett’s The Mandalorian fight sequence to the viral Star Wars song “Fett’s Vette” by rapper MC Chris. Following the confirmation that he survived his fall in the Sarlacc pit in Return of the Jedi, the Disney+ series brought him back for a meatier role in the episode titled “The Tragedy.”

Ever since The Mandalorian was announced, there had been a spike in interest in Boba Fett, considering that he’s arguably the best-known Mandalorian armor-wearing bounty hunter in Star Wars. Granted that there have been more of them in the animated series such as Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels, not to mention that he barely did anything in the original trilogy, there’s still some fixation on him. Now that he’s back in the franchise set in the galaxy far, far away, The Mandalorian made sure his return would be worth the wait via the fighting montage he had in the latest episode.

Inspired by the epic action sequence, a Twitter user with the handle @madebytim took it upon themselves to synchronize the viral and almost satirical song “Fett’s Vette” by MC Chris with Boba Fett making quick work of Moff Gideon’s Stormtroopers who were after Din Djarin and Baby Yoda. The comment section is filled with praises about how cool the original The Mandalorian montage is and quips regarding the fan video’s comedic nature. Watch it below:

The fascination over Boba Fett’s fight scene in The Mandalorian makes sense considering how he’d been used as a punch line for four decades. There are genuine fans of the character when he first made his appearance in The Empire Strikes Back as the bounty hunter tasked to bring in Han Solo, but other than a cool suit and a cool ship, he’s a mystery. George Lucas attempted to give depth to the character by giving him a backstory of being the son of Jango Fett. However, given his age, he’s still unable to do any epic battle sequence that would prove him worthy of being the great bounty hunter he supposedly became. That’s the gist of the song mentioned above used in the fan-edit, only this time, Boba Fett is more than just his suit; the action set piece effectively established him as a great fighter.

Fortunately, The Mandalorian is still not done with Boba Fett. As seen in the last episode, he and Fennec Shand team up with Din to rescue Baby Yoda from the Imperial remnants headed by Moff Gideon, who want to harvest his midichlorians for unknown reasons. Aside from the currently Disney+ show, there are also rumors that a spin-off for the classic Star Wars character is now in development, which is exciting for the public who wants to see more of him moving forward.

Source: @madebytim

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