How did Juggernaut die in Deadpool 2


Cain Marko


Alive (Alternate Timeline)

Unknown (original timeline)


  • Vinnie Jones
  • David Leitch (Motion Capture) (Deadpool 2)
  • Ryan Reynolds (voice) (Deadpool 2)
"I'm the Juggernaut, bitch!"
- Juggernaut

Cain Marko alias Juggernaut is a mutant that Magneto wins for the Brotherhood of Mutants.

History [edit | Edit source]

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X-Men: The Last Stand [edit | Edit source]

During the liberation of Mystique, Magneto and the Brotherhood of Mutants also discover their two fellow prisoners, Multiple Man and Juggernaut, who willingly join Magneto after their liberation.

Juggernaut faces the X-Men members with the Brotherhood on Alcatraz and is challenged by Kitty Pride. This tricked him with the help of the ability of the mutant Leech, who can override the effects of the mutation of other mutants, and can defeat him.

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Deadpool 2 [edit | Edit source]

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Super powers [edit | Edit source]

  • Superhuman strength: Even compared to other very strong mutants, the Juggernaut is particularly strong. Only a few, very hard materials can withstand it.
  • Superhuman resilience: His skin, muscles and bones are many times denser than the same tissues of a normal person. He also feels no pain when hit by Colossus' iron fists, hits from firearm ammunition and cuts with Wolverine's blades.

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Trivia [edit | Edit source]

  • The term is used in the Anglo-Saxon language area "Juggernaut" as a metaphor for an unstoppable and destructive force.
  • A hero of the same name appears in the MOBA title Dota 2 "Juggernaut" on who the Juggernaut of the Marvel Universe with the saying "I'm the Juggernaut, bitch!" quoted.
  • In the Marvel Comics, Juggernaut is American. Since he is portrayed in X-Men: The Last Stand by the British Vinnie Jones, he speaks in the original with a British accent.
  • Since Juggernaut's powers were deactivated by Leech when he ran his head into a wall and fell to the ground, there is a very high probability that he died in the process.
  • In the comic (first appearance in The X-Men # 12, July 1965) the Juggernaut is not a mutant. He got his powers when he found a huge ruby ​​and read a spell that was written on it.
  • Originally, a young version of Juggernaut in X-Men: Future is Past was supposed to have the task that Quicksilver got in the end, namely to free Magneto. However, since this would have been too similar to Juggernaut's scene from X-Men: The Last Stand, the decision was made to switch to Quicksilver.