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No. A lightsaber rumored to be Windu's was found, but the owner had no waydid not know of any means, video proof or otherwise, to verify that it was his.

Thus there was no video proof, because if there was, he would have been able to verify whether it was Windu's.

In the Legends book The Last of the Jedi: A Tangled Web, Senator Sano Sauro owned what was rumored to be Windu's lightsaber.

[Sauro] turned and looked at the artifact that hung suspended in a cube of transparisteel. He allowed himself to feel a surge of satisfaction at the battered object, a broken lightsaber hilt from a fallen Jedi. The Duro who sold it to him told him it had belonged to Mace Windu himself, but Sauro had no way to verify that. It just pleased him to imagine it.

There are a couple of things I take from this:

  • Sauro (a high ranking senator in Palpatine's inner circle) wasn't even able to confirm that this hilt belonged to Mace Windu, so footage or pictures of him using his lightsaber throughout his tenure as a Jedi are virtually non-existent.
  • The Duro who sold the lightsaber did not provide any proof that it was Windu's lightsaber.
  • Since neither the Senator nor the Duro had any proof that this was actually Windu's, the only way this could be Mace Windu's lightsaber (and not a fake) were if:
    • Someone saw the fight, but didn't record it, and went to pick up the lightsaber
    • Someone found the lightsaber and recognized it as Windu's, but from firsthand knowledge

Although not a direct answer, again the lack of information about Windu's lightsaber, and the fact that Sauro had no way to verify whether or not this was even his lightsaber at all, means that nobody was known to have recorded the fight. If they hadthere was a known recording, heSauro would have had a way to verify the lightsaber.

No. A lightsaber rumored to be Windu's was found, but the owner had no way to verify that it was his.

Thus there was no video proof, because if there was, he would have been able to verify whether it was Windu's.

In the Legends book The Last of the Jedi: A Tangled Web, Senator Sano Sauro owned what was rumored to be Windu's lightsaber.

[Sauro] turned and looked at the artifact that hung suspended in a cube of transparisteel. He allowed himself to feel a surge of satisfaction at the battered object, a broken lightsaber hilt from a fallen Jedi. The Duro who sold it to him told him it had belonged to Mace Windu himself, but Sauro had no way to verify that. It just pleased him to imagine it.

There are a couple of things I take from this:

  • Sauro wasn't even able to confirm that this hilt belonged to Mace Windu, so footage or pictures of him using his lightsaber throughout his tenure as a Jedi are virtually non-existent.
  • The Duro who sold the lightsaber did not provide any proof that it was Windu's lightsaber.
  • Since neither the Senator nor the Duro had any proof that this was actually Windu's, the only way this could be Mace Windu's lightsaber (and not a fake) were if:
    • Someone saw the fight, but didn't record it, and went to pick up the lightsaber
    • Someone found the lightsaber and recognized it as Windu's, but from firsthand knowledge

Although not a direct answer, again the lack of information about Windu's lightsaber, and the fact that Sauro had no way to verify whether or not this was even his lightsaber at all, means that nobody recorded the fight. If they had, he would have had a way to verify the lightsaber.

No. A lightsaber rumored to be Windu's was found, but the owner did not know of any means, video proof or otherwise, to verify that it was his

In the Legends book The Last of the Jedi: A Tangled Web, Senator Sano Sauro owned what was rumored to be Windu's lightsaber.

[Sauro] turned and looked at the artifact that hung suspended in a cube of transparisteel. He allowed himself to feel a surge of satisfaction at the battered object, a broken lightsaber hilt from a fallen Jedi. The Duro who sold it to him told him it had belonged to Mace Windu himself, but Sauro had no way to verify that. It just pleased him to imagine it.

There are a couple of things I take from this:

  • Sauro (a high ranking senator in Palpatine's inner circle) wasn't even able to confirm that this hilt belonged to Mace Windu, so footage or pictures of him using his lightsaber throughout his tenure as a Jedi are virtually non-existent.
  • The Duro who sold the lightsaber did not provide any proof that it was Windu's lightsaber.
  • Since neither the Senator nor the Duro had any proof that this was actually Windu's, the only way this could be Mace Windu's lightsaber (and not a fake) were if:
    • Someone saw the fight, but didn't record it, and went to pick up the lightsaber
    • Someone found the lightsaber and recognized it as Windu's, but from firsthand knowledge

Although not a direct answer, again the lack of information about Windu's lightsaber, and the fact that Sauro had no way to verify whether or not this was even his lightsaber at all, means that nobody was known to have recorded the fight. If there was a known recording, Sauro would have had a way to verify the lightsaber.

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No. A lightsaber rumored to be Windu's was found, but the owner had no way to verify that it was his.

Thus there was no video proof, because if there was, he would have been able to verify whether it was Windu's.

In the Legends book The Last of the Jedi: A Tangled Web, Senator Sano Sauro owned what was rumored to be Windu's lightsaber.

[Sauro] turned and looked at the artifact that hung suspended in a cube of transparisteel. He allowed himself to feel a surge of satisfaction at the battered object, a broken lightsaber hilt from a fallen Jedi. The Duro who sold it to him told him it had belonged to Mace Windu himself, but Sauro had no way to verify that. It just pleased him to imagine it.

There are a couple of things I take from this:

  • Sauro wasn't even able to confirm that this hilt belonged to Mace Windu, so footage or pictures of him using his lightsaber throughout his tenure as a Jedi are virtually non-existent.
  • The Duro who sold the lightsaber did not provide any proof that it was Windu's lightsaber.
  • Since neither the Senator nor the Duro had any proof that this was actually Windu's, the only way this could be Mace Windu's lightsaber (and not a fake) were if:
    • Someone saw the fight, but didn't record it, and went to pick up the lightsaber
    • Someone found the lightsaber and recognized it as Windu's, but from firsthand knowledge

Although not a direct answer, again the lack of information about Windu's lightsaber, and the fact that Sauro had no way to verify whether or not this was even his lightsaber at all, means that nobody recorded the fight. If they had, he would have had a way to verify the lightsaber.