In Thor: Ragnarok, when Scrapper-142 captures Thor on Sakaar and he's being prepared to be presented to The Grandmaster, Thor is taken through a "presentation" of sorts giving him a background about where he is. During this, a hologram shows a two-headed champion fighting (below is the screen-shot).

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Following the answer here on various champions depicted on the Grandmaster's palace, this fighter doesn't seem to be Bi-beast.

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So, who is this fighter/champion?

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This three-headed character is named Haju and was a last-minute addition to the film (and also a cameo for the director). Chris Hemsworth and Luke Hemsworth(?) play the other two heads.

Everyone knows that Taika plays Korg, the scene-stealing bag of rocks. But he also technically cameos as two others. “I am one of the heads on the three-headed alien, this character called Haju [this may not be correct spelling],” says Waititi. “I'm the head on the right. And I'm also the motion-capture for Surtur," the fire demon who ultimately destroys Asgard (though Clancy Brown provides Surtur’s voice).

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You see him (them?) on the left in the scene where Korg frees the slaves.

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He appears to have died in the final battle, fighting to allow the Asgardian population to board the ship.

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    A short glimpse during the hologram scene showed only two heads so I assumed he was someone completely different. But now that you mention it, it does seem plausible than what I’d thought before.
    – Shreedhar
    Sep 1, 2018 at 22:55
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    The blue stripes across the nose and forehead seem to be distinguishable and matching in both the holo and the screencap in this answer.
    – gowenfawr
    Sep 2, 2018 at 21:16

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