Sagat Cosplay Costume
Dress like Sagat from Street Fighter; Sagat costume consists of blue muay thai shorts, muscle shirt and black eye patch, to complete your Street Fighter Sagat halloween costume don't forget to get cameleon boy paint and surgical tape.
Street Fighter Sagat Halloween Costume
Sagat is a video game character from the Street Fighter series, who appears for the first time as an unplayable main opponent and boss in the original Street Fighter. He later returned as a boss in Street Fighter II before becoming playable in its update, Street Fighter II: Champion Edition. He is the "Emperor of Muay Thai" and a former member of Shadaloo, where he appeared as a personal bodyguard for M. Bison.
Street Fighter Sagat Costume
Sagat has an intimidating appearance and excellent muscles. He is wearing a Muay Thai swimming trunks with colors from purple to yellow, from blue to red, from blue to yellow. He also wears the hand and foot wraps that are common to many Muay Thai practitioners.
Being 226 cm, Sagat is the fourth largest figure in the entire Street Fighter series behind T. Hawk, Hugo and Abigail. There is evidence that Sagat's size is due to the fact that he is gigantic.
In his youth, Sagat had long hair that appears auburn in one of his alternative costumes in Street Fighter IV. He either lost his hair over the years or deliberately shaved it off. He also wore a MongkhonW.
Since Sagat's right eye was hollowed out in his fight with Go Hibiki before the events of Street Fighter, it was covered by a black eye patch. Another notable injury was inflicted by Ryu during her fateful struggle in Street Fighter; a massive diagonal scar across his chest. Oddly enough, the anime series Street Fighter II V doesn't show him any of these injuries.
Sagat's end in Street Fighter Alpha 2 shows him in a white muscle shirt, gray jeans and gray fingerless gloves. In the same scene, Balrog wears the same clothing, which means that it may be an official Shadaloo uniform.
Sagat remains largely unchanged in Street Fighter V. He wears dark blue, ragged capris with an orange-yellow belt and is covered with a short, ragged green robe that has the matching envelopes on his arms and feet. He has smaller scars around his chest and covers his limbs.
His first alternative costume is his original purple and green outfit. The eye patch is replaced by matching pink cloth bandages.
His second alternate costume is the same as his current one, but it is ocher with gold trimmings and his tie was capri blue and he wears a gold necklace with a sapphire gem on the front, embellished with a loose white necklace with pink patterns.
In the Street Fighter II series, Sagats Sprites did not show its muscular build in the game, although it was portrayed in its Super Street Fighter II turbo-ending and other Capcom art. Starting with the Street Fighter Alpha series, the games began to adapt their graphics to that of the comics.
Due to a technical limitation in SpriteW-based 2D games, the position of the eye patch and scar seem to change sides with every turn.
Sagat is generally believed to be based on a real Muay Thai fighter named Sagat Petchyindee, but Capcom has yet to confirm this.
Sagat is said to be inspired by Reiba, the Muay Thai Lord of the Manga Karate Baka Ichidai. This can be seen in the original design of Inafune. Sagat's alternative costume in Street Fighter IV could suggest that the costume has matching leggings like Reiba in the manga.
According to Street Fighter co-creator Finish Hiroshi, Sagat's style was shaped by the dramatic kickboxing personalities of television. especially that of Muay Thai / Thai. The central theme of Sagat's character is "Tiger"; This is probably a reference to an old Muay Thai story about a king in the Ayutthaya kingdom, King Suriyenbodi, who was called the Siamese Tiger King and loved to compete against each other in Muay Thai.
Tigers and dragons were often viewed as equally strong rivals in the context of East Asian culture and are symbolic of many dualistic characteristics. The dragon is often associated with heaven, the concept of mind, the things of Yang affinity and the Eastern world, while the tiger is often associated with Earth, the concept of matter, the things of Yin affinity and the Western world , also in martial arts, the dragon stands for a "soft" style and martial art on an internal basis, while the tiger stands for a "hard" style and martial art on an external basis. This makes his rivalry with Ryu (which means "dragon" in Japanese) particularly remarkable.