Borg and his clan mates were generally absent from the conflict in Los Angeles in 1997. However, they confronted Harrigan aboard their ship after he defeated the City Hunter in a hand-to-hand duel. Knowing Harrigan had won an honorable battle, they spared him, collecting the City Hunter's body while the party's leader Greyback honored the detective with an ancient flintlock pistol. Harrigan escaped the ship before Borg and the other Predators left Earth.
- The Predator's name, "Borg", comes from his armor, which has a cybernetic appearance. It is likely a reference to the Borg, an extraterrestrial cyborg race from the Star Trek franchise.
- A model of the character was released under the name "Lost Predator". However, this title is somewhat of a misnomer as the term "Lost Predators" was applied generally to all of the members of the hunting party seen in Predator 2 (not including the City Hunter) when the suits used to portray them were literally lost after filming was completed.
- While Borg does not wear a Bio-Mask in the film, the Hot Toys model of the character features a mask similar to another Predator from the hunting party, Boar.
- Borg notably lacked Wristblades in the film.