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The One Thing Fans Would Change About The Falcon And The Winter Soldier's Ending

Contains spoilers for "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" episode 6, "One World, One People."

After enthralling Marvel fans everywhere for the past six weeks, "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" has officially come to an end. The highly anticipated finale episode of the Disney+ series premiered on the streaming service today, and in many ways, the episode manages to be the action-packed, climactic final installment that fans hoped it would be. It also, notably, provides answers to many of the questions that viewers have been asking and speculating about for weeks now.

The finale does, finally, reveal the identity of The Power Broker, and sets up an interesting and exciting future in the MCU for characters like John Walker (Wyatt Russell) and Baron Zemo (Daniel Brühl). It also, perhaps most importantly, reveals Sam Wilson's (Anthony Mackie) new Wakandan-made tech suit, and confirms his status as the MCU's new Captain America. While the finale does manage to do quite a bit and seems to be receiving mostly positive reactions so far from Marvel fans, there is one thing about the episode that is bothering some viewers.

The title fans wish had appeared at the end of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

During the end credits of the "Falcon and the Winter Soldier" finale, the Disney+ series adopts a new name for itself: "Captain America and the Winter Soldier." It's a fun and unexpected moment, one that reflects the way Anthony Mackie's Sam Wilson has changed over the course of the series, and sets up his new position in the MCU moving forward. However, some Marvel fans wish that both parts of the "Falcon and Winter Soldier" title had been changed during the end credits, since the episode also makes it very clear that Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) has finally left his past as The Winter Soldier behind. Those same Marvel fans have even taken to social media to not only express their disappointment over the show's new title, but to suggest that the title should have been changed to "Captain America and the White Wolf," in reference to the name given to Bucky by the Wakandans.

On Twitter, @densitypjm tweeted, "bro that endscreen of 'captain america and the winter soldier' gave me CHILLSSSS but lowkey i wish it said white wolf instead bc he's not the winter soldier anymore???," while @quarantinetime posted, "Okay but does anyone else wish they would have changed it to Captain America and the White Wolf?? Like Bucky deserves to be able to shed the title of Winter Soldier." @loustinyflower shared their similar reaction to the title as well, saying, "they should've put "captain america and white wolf" or sumn bc bucky isnt the winter soldier anymore."

@DawidAttenbruh echoed those statements but also expressed excitement for the MCU's future, posting, "The end should've said Captain America and the White Wolf, the Winter Soldier isn't who Bucky is anymore :( But that episode was so good! I love Sam as Captain America and that tribute for Isiah omg!! Phase 4 looking amazing!" Meanwhile, @pradabxrnes tweeted, "#FalconAndWinterSoldierFinale #tfatws spoilers sort of hoped it would be captain america and the white wolf but I'll take it."

Fortunately for these Marvel fans, it looks like both Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes will continue to be important members of the MCU for at least the foreseeable future, so there's still plenty of time for Bucky's Wakandan name to be given the title treatment.