If you’ve ever wondered what iconic Tekken moves would look like in real life, tricker and b-boy Sam Herring is the guy for you.

In this quick compilation, Herring showcases his physical prowess and movement expertise by perfectly recreating moves from a variety of characters from the popular fighting game.

Aside from the usual high kicks and sweeps, Herring gets pretty technical with each character’s staple combos.

B-boy actor Sam Herring recreates Tekken moves in real life

Sam Herring mimics Tekken moves of Eddy Gordo in costume
Credit: Sam Herring

Having some background as a breakdancer, he nailed Eddy Gordo’s trademark windmill with an insane backspin finish, and emulated the subtle differences between the Karate-based moves of Heihachi, Jin, and Kazuya.

Da Flying Hawaiian also knows his fair share of stances. He perfectly recreated Xiaoyu’s Phoenix stance and Hwoarang’s Taekwondo-based stance of Flamingo.

From the looks of it, Herring is a fan of the fighting game franchise, making some hilarious references that only Tekken players would know. He mimicked Bryan’s painfully long punch combos and even brought backdashing into reality with his Steve impression.

After the striking combos, the tricker also reenacted King’s drop kick that actually unclipped his punching bag. Channeling his inner wrestler, he followed up with a nasty elbow drop. The only thing missing was the iconic jaguar mask.

To cap the compilation off, Herring took off his shirt and jumped into the air to create a meme-worthy version of Devil Jin’s flying laser.

You can check out his full Tekken moves compilation down below.

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