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|“||I do not trust you!||„|
|~ Firefist confronting Deadpool.|
|“||All are going to be our bitches!||„|
|~ Firefist to Juggernaut.|
In Deadpool 2, he was portrayed by Julian Dennison (as a child) and by Sala Baker (as an adult).
Russell started out as one of the orphaned mutant children who was sent to an orphanage, where he and the other kids were abused and mistreated by its Headmaster. Eventually, Firefist snapped out and brutally killed the Headmaster, developing his own pride of killing people for pleasure. This event led him to becoming an assassin criminal for hire, and among the people he killed were Cable's wife and daughter, which led an angry Cable to go back in time to kill Firefist before he becomes a killer.
In the present, Deadpool, Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead attempted to pacify a standoff between Firefist and several authorities at the orphanage, but not before Deadpool learns that Firefist was abused by the Headmaster and his staff. This resulted the death of one of the staff members, and for Deadpool and Firefist to be arrested and taken to the "Icebox" (an isolated prison for mutant criminals). However, the arrival of Cable allowed Firefist to escape, but not before he overhears Deadpool denying to Cable that he cares for the young mutant.
After freeing Juggernaut, Firefist formed a plot with him to kill the Headmaster. However, Cable decides to give Deadpool a chance in talking Firefist out of his plan so that the bad future will be averted. As Colossus distracts Juggernaut, Deadpool tries to reason with Firefist, but the latter refuses due to his hatred towards the Headmaster. This prompted an angry Cable to shoot down Firefist, but Deadpool sacrifices himself by taking the bullet. Upon witnessing this and realizing what the folly of revenge could do as well as the fact that Wade truly did care about him, Firefist finally agrees to become a better person. Cable would later use his last charge on his time-travelling device to save Deadpool's life by strapping a token into Deadpool's heart before they arrived at the orphanage, just as the Headmaster is run over by Wilson's taxi-driver friend Dopinder.
Russell is a hot-tempered, foul-mouthed boy. All of this stems from the abuse and torment from the staff at the orphanage he was sent to. Despite this Russell is still a good kid and is willing to stick up for those that he considers friends. After seeing Deadpool take a bullet for him and die to protect him, Russell changes and doesn't become the monster that destroyed Cable's timeline. Cable forgave him and rewinds time to save Wade from the bullet.