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27th Sep '16 9:17:47 AM Yib
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* ''{{Toriko}}'' loves this trope. Over the course of the series, distance gradually increases from punches across the room to punches across the town, to punches across continent - and even this was proven to not be the limit, when titular character punched [[spoiler:[[TheBigBad Acacia]]]] so hard, that he ''[[UptoEleven circled the planet]]''. In fact, [[TheParalyzer Jiro]] sometimes disposes of tough enemies, by simply ''uppercutting them into space''.
12th Sep '16 12:00:26 PM YamiVizziniX
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* In [[Fanfic/TheNuptialverse "Outrage"]], [[MamaBear Twilight Velvet]] angrily punches Applejack in the face when she learns how she and the others abandoned her daughter at [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E25ACanterlotWeddingPart1 the wedding rehearsal]]. Applejack, who had already been dealing with the guilt all day, told Velvet to get out. When she doesn't (and makes some ''very'' crude remarks regarding Applejack)'s behavior and occupation), Applejack bucks her out of the room and locks the door.

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* In [[Fanfic/TheNuptialverse "Outrage"]], [[MamaBear Twilight Velvet]] angrily punches Applejack in the face when she learns how she and the others abandoned her daughter at [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E25ACanterlotWeddingPart1 the wedding rehearsal]]. Applejack, who had already been dealing with the guilt all day, told Velvet to get out. When she doesn't (and makes some ''very'' crude remarks regarding Applejack)'s Applejack's behavior and occupation), Applejack bucks her out of the room and locks the door.
12th Sep '16 11:59:47 AM YamiVizziniX
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* In ''[[Fanfic/TheNuptialverse Outrage]]" [[MamaBear Twilight Velvet]] angrily punches Applejack in the face when she learns how she and the others abandoned her daughter at [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E25ACanterlotWeddingPart1 the wedding rehearsal]]. Applejack, who had already been dealing with the guilt all day, told Velvet to get out. When she doesn't (and makes some ''very'' crude remarks regarding Applejack)'s behavior and occupation), Applejack bucks her out of the room and locks the door.

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* In ''[[Fanfic/TheNuptialverse Outrage]]" [[Fanfic/TheNuptialverse "Outrage"]], [[MamaBear Twilight Velvet]] angrily punches Applejack in the face when she learns how she and the others abandoned her daughter at [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E25ACanterlotWeddingPart1 the wedding rehearsal]]. Applejack, who had already been dealing with the guilt all day, told Velvet to get out. When she doesn't (and makes some ''very'' crude remarks regarding Applejack)'s behavior and occupation), Applejack bucks her out of the room and locks the door.
12th Sep '16 11:58:36 AM YamiVizziniX
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* In ''[[Fanfic/TheNuptialverse Outrage]]" [[MamaBear Twilight Velvet]] angrily punches Applejack in the face when she learns how she and the others abandoned her daughter at [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E25ACanterlotWeddingPart1 the wedding rehearsal]]. Applejack, who had already been dealing with the guilt all day, told Velvet to get out. When she doesn't, Applejack bucks her out of the room and locks the door.

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* In ''[[Fanfic/TheNuptialverse Outrage]]" [[MamaBear Twilight Velvet]] angrily punches Applejack in the face when she learns how she and the others abandoned her daughter at [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E25ACanterlotWeddingPart1 the wedding rehearsal]]. Applejack, who had already been dealing with the guilt all day, told Velvet to get out. When she doesn't, doesn't (and makes some ''very'' crude remarks regarding Applejack)'s behavior and occupation), Applejack bucks her out of the room and locks the door.
11th Sep '16 4:56:37 PM SuperSonicHeroes
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* In ''[[Fanfic/TheNuptialverse Outrage]]" [[MamaBear Twilight Velvet]] angrily punches Applejack in the face when she learns how she and the others abandoned her daughter at [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E25ACanterlotWeddingPart1 the wedding rehearsal]]. Applejack, who had already been dealing with the guilt all day, told Velvet to get out. When she doesn't, Applejack bucks her out of the room and locks the door.
21st Aug '16 7:10:34 PM skyandbeyond49
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* In ''VideoGame/HeroesOfTheStorm'', Muradin Bronzebeard from {{VideoGame/Warcraft}} has ''Haymaker'' as one of his [[LimitBreak heroic abilities]]. Also doubles as a MegatonPunch, Muradin punches his target so hard that they got knocked back a significant distance away, can be used to forcibly throw an enemy into your teammates, or worse, behind your [[TrappedBehindEnemyLines fortifications]].
29th Jul '16 12:27:54 AM Tron80
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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}''
in the ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' storyline punched an alien invader across a ''city''.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}''
''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' in the ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' storyline punched an alien invader across a ''city''.
29th Jul '16 12:26:25 AM Tron80
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* Franchise/{{Superman}}, ComicBook/{{Superboy}}, ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} and other Kryptonians do this fairly frequently, except they are strong enough - and a lot of their enemies are tough enough - for "punched across the room" to become "punched across ''the city''".
* Drinking the magic potion in ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}'' makes you able and eager to do this, the hapless Roman victims generally being punched [[SmolderingShoes straight out of their sandals]].
* Rogue of the Comicbook/XMen was struck by Binary (the former ComicBook/MsMarvel, whose life had been ruined by Rogue before she became a [[HeelFaceTurn reformed bad guy]]) so hard that she ended up nearly hitting the Moon.
** Similarly in Garth Ennis' ''ComicBook/ThePro''. The guy's jaw was never found.
*** The reader can see it though. It's on a ledge a storey or so above the ground.
* World War Hulk vs the Sentry. The punches the two throw at each other destroy half of Manhattan at least.

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* Franchise/{{Superman}}, ComicBook/{{Superboy}}, ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}, ''Comicbook/PowerGirl'' and other Kryptonians do this fairly frequently, except they are strong enough - and a lot of their enemies are tough enough - for "punched across the room" to become "punched across ''the city''".
* Drinking the magic potion in ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}'' makes you able and eager to do this, the hapless Roman victims generally being punched [[SmolderingShoes straight out of their sandals]].
* Rogue of the Comicbook/XMen was struck by Binary (the former ComicBook/MsMarvel, whose life had been ruined by Rogue before she became a [[HeelFaceTurn reformed bad guy]]) so hard that she ended up nearly hitting the Moon.
** Similarly in Garth Ennis' ''ComicBook/ThePro''. The guy's jaw was never found.
*** The reader can see it though. It's on a ledge a storey or so above the ground.
* World War Hulk vs the Sentry. The punches the two throw at each other destroy half of Manhattan at least.
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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}''
in the ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' storyline punched an alien invader across a ''city''.
* Drinking the magic potion in ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}'' makes you able and eager to do this, the hapless Roman victims generally being punched [[SmolderingShoes straight out of their sandals]].
* Rogue of the Comicbook/XMen was struck by Binary (the former ComicBook/MsMarvel, whose life had been ruined by Rogue before she became a [[HeelFaceTurn reformed bad guy]]) so hard that she ended up nearly hitting the Moon.
** Similarly in Garth Ennis' ''ComicBook/ThePro''. The guy's jaw was never found.
*** The reader can see it though. It's on a ledge a storey or so above the ground.
* World War Hulk vs the Sentry. The punches the two throw at each other destroy half of Manhattan at least.
12th Jul '16 4:29:55 PM Willbyr
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* In ''Manga/{{Kurokami}}'', Kuro is able to do this against Keita's teacher after [[{{Synchronization}} synchronizing]] her powers with Keita.

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* In ''Manga/{{Kurokami}}'', ''Manga/BlackGod'', Kuro is able to do this against Keita's teacher after [[{{Synchronization}} synchronizing]] her powers with Keita.
5th Jul '16 6:18:08 AM StFan
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* Punchy, of Hawaiian Punch fame, used to punch people all the time, sometimes right through walls.
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* ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' had Juggernaut get punched ''across the U.S.'' as a bit of foreshadowing for its "ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}" arc.
* Comicbook/ScottPilgrim once hit a guy so hard he saw the curvature of the Earth, never mind getting punched across the room.

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* ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' had ''ComicBook/XMen'' has Juggernaut get punched ''across the U.S.'' as a bit of foreshadowing for its "ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}" arc.
* Comicbook/ScottPilgrim ''Comicbook/ScottPilgrim'':
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once hit a guy so hard he saw the curvature of the Earth, never mind getting punched across the room.



-->'''Calvin''': That big, dumb bully Moe punched me at school yesterday.
-->'''Hobbes''': Really? What did you do?
-->'''Calvin''': Well, first I skidded across the playground, then I caromed off a rock and...

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-->'''Calvin''': -->'''Calvin:''' That big, dumb bully Moe punched me at school yesterday.
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yesterday.\\
'''Hobbes:'''
Really? What did you do?
-->'''Calvin''':
do?\\
'''Calvin:'''
Well, first I skidded across the playground, then I caromed off a rock and...



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* Punchy, of Hawaiian Punch fame, used to punch people all the time, sometimes right through walls.
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* Happens frequently in ''Western/KungFuPanda'' on account of having a cast of kung fu masters.

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* Happens frequently in ''Western/KungFuPanda'' ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' on account of having a cast of kung fu masters.masters.
* [=eMMMbot=] punches [=SinisteRRR=] across the freaking town in the climax of ''WesternAnimation/WeAreTheStrange''.



* A hilarious example in ''Film/TheAvengers2012'', when [[spoiler:Hulk offhandedly punches Thor across the room at the end of the climactic battle]].

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* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse:
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A hilarious example in ''Film/TheAvengers2012'', ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'', when [[spoiler:Hulk offhandedly punches Thor across the room at the end of the climactic battle]].battle]].
** ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'':
*** In the ActionPrologue, Crossbones uses his PowerFist to send Captain America flying through the marketplace.
*** Spider-Man kicks Falcon and sends him flying with his DynamicEntry at the airport.
*** [[spoiler:Giant-Man, just as he's losing balance from Spider-Man tying up his legs,]] backhands Spidey and sends him into a pile of crates, finally taking the webslinger out of the fight.



* ''Film/PacificRim'': Sometimes it's a {{Kaiju}} getting thrown. Once it was Gipsy Danger. It's always at least five blocks of distance. It's never enough to hurt them significantly.

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* ''Film/PacificRim'': Sometimes it's a {{Kaiju}} getting thrown. Once it was is Gipsy Danger. It's always at least five blocks of distance. It's never enough to hurt them significantly.



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* Due to the [[RuleOfCool cinematic nature]] of the game, any powerful attack in ''{{Exalted}}'' stands a chance of knocking an enemy back a few feet. Magical effects can extend this to dozens of feet, or miles.
** Note that due to the supernatural durability of most characters and the ease of the roll required to prevent this, it rarely happens.
* Any sufficiently powerful impact will send the target flying in ''{{GURPS}}''.
** The ''Supers'' book suggests that it's genre appropriate to give the "double knockback" enhancement to any and all attacks.
* {{Champions}} refers to this as ''knockback'', and has advantages and disadvantages that can increase or decrease it. And rules for calculating additional damage from it, or avoiding part or all of said damage.
** Perhaps ironically, in this game knockback from being hit by a "proper" martial arts attack is by default ''less'' than what might result from a plain old random punch or kick by the exact same opponent. (Of course, both the [[GameMaster GM]] and the players have ways of getting around that -- the former by changing the ground rules for the campaign, the latter by giving their characters appropriate tricks and powers.)

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* Due to the [[RuleOfCool cinematic nature]] of the game, any powerful attack in ''{{Exalted}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' stands a chance of knocking an enemy back a few feet. Magical effects can extend this to dozens of feet, or miles.
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miles. Note that due to the supernatural durability of most characters and the ease of the roll required to prevent this, it rarely happens.
* Any sufficiently powerful impact will send the target flying in ''{{GURPS}}''.
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''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}''. The ''Supers'' book suggests that it's genre appropriate to give the "double knockback" enhancement to any and all attacks.
* {{Champions}} TabletopGame/{{Champions}} refers to this as ''knockback'', and has advantages and disadvantages that can increase or decrease it. And rules for calculating additional damage from it, or avoiding part or all of said damage.
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damage. Perhaps ironically, in this game knockback from being hit by a "proper" martial arts attack is by default ''less'' than what might result from a plain old random punch or kick by the exact same opponent. (Of course, both the [[GameMaster GM]] and the players have ways of getting around that -- the former by changing the ground rules for the campaign, the latter by giving their characters appropriate tricks and powers.)



* A feat available to Large or larger creatures in the previous version of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''. Unsurprisingly, you could optimise your character for this, comboing your hitting damage with their hitting the wall damage multiple times per turn.

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'':
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A feat available to Large or larger creatures in the previous some version of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''. the game. Unsurprisingly, you could can optimise your character for this, comboing your hitting damage with their hitting the wall damage multiple times per turn.turn.
** From the ''Tome of Battle Book of Nine Swords'' supplement, several maneuvers allows this, especially from the Setting Sun discipline. Though some are less punching and more "grab and throw", including a HumanHammerThrow.



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* ''MagicalBattleArena'' gives us one of the least expected users of this trope in the ''titular character of Manga/CardcaptorSakura'', who uses The Fight in one of her moves to unleash a SpamAttack that ends with a powerful kick that sends her opponent flying across the battlefield.

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* ''MagicalBattleArena'' ''VideoGame/MagicalBattleArena'' gives us one of the least expected users of this trope in the ''titular character of Manga/CardcaptorSakura'', who uses The Fight in one of her moves to unleash a SpamAttack that ends with a powerful kick that sends her opponent flying across the battlefield.



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* ''Every single fight'' in ''WebAnimation/SuperMarioBrosZ'' sees each combatant being punched, kicked, thrown or otherwise sent flying hundreds of feet in any given direction. Usually the victim then crashes into a wall, which may or may not break. In the really extreme cases, they are sent flying through ''several'' walls or even ''hills''. Everyone in the cast seems to be [[NighInvulnerability Nigh Invulnerable]]. Of course, this ''is'' a ''Manga/DragonBall Z'' semi-parody we're dealing with here.
* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', Yang uses [[MixAndMatchWeapon shotgun gauntlets]] and has SuperStrength which means she punches fully grown men across the room in her introductory trailer.
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* ''Every single fight'' in ''SuperMarioBrosZ'' sees each combatant being punched, kicked, thrown or otherwise sent flying hundreds of feet in any given direction. Usually the victim then crashes into a wall, which may or may not break. In the really extreme cases, they are sent flying through ''several'' walls or even ''hills''. Everyone in the cast seems to be [[NighInvulnerability Nigh Invulnerable]]. Of course, this ''is'' a ''Manga/DragonBall Z'' semi-parody we're dealing with here.
* In the ''AvatarAdventures'' RP, a whole group of heroes get punched all the way from New Mexico to London in a single blow by the 65-year-old ex-superhero/war veteran Commie Buster. As you might have guessed, it's a pretty damn awesome RP.

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* ''Every single fight'' in ''SuperMarioBrosZ'' sees each combatant being punched, kicked, thrown or otherwise sent flying hundreds of feet in any given direction. Usually the victim then crashes into a wall, which may or may not break. In the really extreme cases, they are sent flying through ''several'' walls or even ''hills''. Everyone in the cast seems to be [[NighInvulnerability Nigh Invulnerable]]. Of course, this ''is'' a ''Manga/DragonBall Z'' semi-parody we're dealing with here.
* In the ''AvatarAdventures'' ''Roleplay/AvatarAdventures'' RP, a whole group of heroes get punched all the way from New Mexico to London in a single blow by the 65-year-old ex-superhero/war veteran Commie Buster. As you might have guessed, it's a pretty damn awesome RP.



* In the ''WhateleyUniverse'', Phase once had a fight where she was thrown across a large room, ''through'' a capture cage, and through the far wall. And it was just sparring in class.
* Near the end of ''WebVideo/SuburbanKnights'', [[spoiler:Malachite]] punches [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]] so hard he flies across the entirety of the earth and back... '''twice.'''
* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', Yang uses [[MixAndMatchWeapon shotgun gauntlets]] and has SuperStrength which means she punches fully grown men across the room in her introductory trailer.

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* In the ''WhateleyUniverse'', ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'', Phase once had a fight where she was thrown across a large room, ''through'' a capture cage, and through the far wall. And it was just sparring in class.
* Near the end of ''WebVideo/SuburbanKnights'', [[spoiler:Malachite]] punches [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]] so hard he flies across the entirety of the earth Earth and back... '''twice.'''
* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', Yang uses [[MixAndMatchWeapon shotgun gauntlets]] and has SuperStrength which means she punches fully grown men across the room in her introductory trailer.
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%% * ''{{Popeye}} the Sailor'', anyone?
* In ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', taking a punch from one of the more powerful characters easily sent the victim several miles or further (this is probably what is expected, considering some punches are capable of breaking the sound barrier).
** Best example is when Franchise/{{Superman}} delivers a punch on {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}. This is after Superman gives his WorldOfCardboardSpeech and reveals he's ready to cut loose on the one person in the universe he can hit ''at full power''...
*** To put this in perspective, with ''one punch'', Darkseid was sent sailing through ''seven'' skyscrapers, and ''kept going!'' The only thing that stopped him was Superman giving him a MeteorMove midflight.
** Superman does this alot.
* The ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueCrisisOnTwoEarths'' movie had a ''lot'' of collateral damage caused by this kind of thing. It's just as well the building where the League first fought the Crime Syndicate was pretty much condemned anyway, given the amount of it that was reduced to rubble by things like Superman throwing Superwoman through walls.

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%% * ''{{Popeye}} ''WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}} the Sailor'', anyone?
anyone? Popeye did this to Bluto many, many times.
* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'':
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In ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', ''Justice League Unlimited'', taking a punch from one of the more powerful characters easily sent the victim several miles or further (this is probably what is expected, considering some punches are capable of breaking the sound barrier).
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barrier). Best example is when Franchise/{{Superman}} delivers a punch on {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}. This is after Superman gives his WorldOfCardboardSpeech and reveals he's ready to cut loose on the one person in the universe he can hit ''at full power''...
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power''... To put this in perspective, with ''one punch'', Darkseid was sent sailing through ''seven'' skyscrapers, and ''kept going!'' The only thing that stopped him was Superman giving him a MeteorMove midflight.
** Superman does this alot.
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The ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueCrisisOnTwoEarths'' movie had has a ''lot'' of collateral damage caused by this kind of thing. It's just as well the building where the League first fought the Crime Syndicate was pretty much condemned anyway, given the amount of it that was reduced to rubble by things like Superman throwing Superwoman through walls.



* After Drakken pissed off ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' too much in TheMovie, Kim punched him in the face so hard that he flew across the room. Considering that Kim is much stronger than Drakken and that it was the first time during the entire series that she did hit him, things did not look pretty. Auie.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'':
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After Drakken pissed off ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' Kim too much in TheMovie, Kim she punched him in the face so hard that he flew across the room. Considering that Kim is much stronger than Drakken and that it was the first time during the entire series that she did hit him, things did not look pretty. Auie.



* In ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'', Matrix punching Megabyte across the room - leaving a fist-sized dent in his chest - was the exact moment Megabyte [[OhCrap realized]] just how much trouble he was in.
* [=eMMMbot=] punches [=SinisteRRR=] across the freaking town in the climax of ''WeAreTheStrange''.
* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'': Lugnut has the Punch of Kill Everything. He replaces his hand with a pressure plate that, when used to punch things, creates a massive explosion. Lugnut will be left standing in a crater. Nobody ''else'' will be left standing.
* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'': A Megatron-possessed Bumblebee sends Ratchet flying across two different rooms with a single punch each time while trying to resurrect his body.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E3LessonZero "Lesson Zero"]], a hypnotized and very much determined Big Macintosh can be seen kicking a huge dog pile of ponies on top of him ''well'' over the horizon.
** Also from MLP, ''Daring Don't'' had Daring Do knock a {{Mook}} across the room, with a [[AssKicksYou hip-check]] of all things.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'', Matrix punching Megabyte across the room - -- leaving a fist-sized dent in his chest - was -- is the exact moment Megabyte [[OhCrap realized]] realizes]] just how much trouble he was is in.
* [=eMMMbot=] punches [=SinisteRRR=] across the freaking town in the climax of ''WeAreTheStrange''.
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''Franchise/{{Transformers}}:
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''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'': Lugnut has the Punch of Kill Everything. He replaces his hand with a pressure plate that, when used to punch things, creates a massive explosion. Lugnut will be left standing in a crater. Nobody ''else'' will be left standing.
* ** ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'': A Megatron-possessed Bumblebee sends Ratchet flying across two different rooms with a single punch each time while trying to resurrect his body.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
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In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E3LessonZero "Lesson Zero"]], "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E3LessonZero Lesson Zero]]", a hypnotized and very much determined Big Macintosh can be seen kicking a huge dog pile of ponies on top of him ''well'' over the horizon.
** Also from MLP, ''Daring Don't'' had "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E4DaringDont Daring Don't]]" has Daring Do knock a {{Mook}} across the room, with a [[AssKicksYou hip-check]] of all things.



* ''{{Popeye}}'' did this to Bluto many, many times.



* Practically everyone Creator/BruceLee sparred with regularly said he did this to them. The famous "One Inch Punch", while not exactly sending someone flying across the room, would knock them back several feet which is an impressive distance when you realize that Bruce Lee's fist quite literally [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin only moved an inch.]] He also had a "Six Inch Punch" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pC6vRJsBZEg that could knock a person back about 15 feet.]] That's after being softened by the cushion his demonstration partner held between them, presumably to avoid getting his ribs broken.
** Bruce's blows could be so strong that stunt men were sometimes wary about working with him for fear that he would seriously injure them ''completely on accident''. For instance, in the famous Enter The Dragon scene where Bruce kicks O'Hara off his feet and into a crowd of spectators, one of the stunt men was bowled over with such force that he broke his arm.

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* Practically everyone Creator/BruceLee sparred with regularly said he did this to them. The famous "One Inch "One-Inch Punch", while not exactly sending someone flying across the room, would knock them back several feet which is an impressive distance when you realize that Bruce Lee's fist quite literally [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin only moved an inch.]] He also had a "Six Inch "Six-Inch Punch" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pC6vRJsBZEg that could knock a person back about 15 feet.]] That's after being softened by the cushion his demonstration partner held between them, presumably to avoid getting his ribs broken.
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broken. Bruce's blows could be so strong that stunt men were sometimes wary about working with him for fear that he would seriously injure them ''completely on accident''. For instance, in the famous Enter The Dragon ''Film/EnterTheDragon'' scene where Bruce kicks O'Hara off his feet and into a crowd of spectators, one of the stunt men was bowled over with such force that he broke his arm.



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