%% * In the 2003 ''WesternAnimation/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|2003}}'' series, Hun is a humongous mountain of a man, and one of the largest human characters in the series--the official stats put him at 7'2 and ''500 pounds''. His speed and agility, however, is consistently shown to be on par with all the other martial artists.
%% * Megabyte of ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'' can outrun vehicles and throw them around like rag dolls when he catches them.
* The Scotsman from ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' is about three times Jack's size and tough as nails but is easily capable of matching Jack's speed and strength, fighting him to a standstill for three days and nights.
%% * [[BigBad Vilgax]] from ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}''. He's about twice as tall as any of Ben's aliens [[spoiler:except Way Big]], strong enough to smack [[SuperStrength Fourarms]] around with ease and shatter [[NighInvulnerable Diamondhead's]] face. He's fast enough to catch [[SuperSpeed XLR8]] even as he flees, and tends to charges into battle with all the speed of a freight train ([[TheJuggernaut and fifty times harder to stop, too]]).
%% * The Leviathan from ''WesternAnimation/StormHawks'' is fast enough to outfly the title heroes' flying motorcycles, AND big enough to ''swallow their mothership''.
%% * In ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'', the Mmmmmmmmmporpg is introduced as a beefy, overweight fellow. It turns out his legs move faster than the eye can follow and he can easily suplex other boufball players who are much larger than he is. That's even before you hit his BerserkButton.
%% * The ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' incarnation of Bulkhead is this, and verges on OneManArmy at times. He's big, but he can move really damn fast when he wants to. [[spoiler: To the point he can go toe-to-toe with a Dark Energon empowered Megatron]]
%% ** Even without Dark Energon, Megatron qualifies. A potential justified case in that he was Cybertron's best gladiator and honed his skills in the Pit. He walks slowly out of combat, but in combat he is exceptionally fast, agile and strong. Best exemplified when [[spoiler:he was facing an Insecticon on his own and came out on top]].
%% ** Predaking. He's huge, strong enough to fling Cybertronians around like ragdolls, flies as fast as Ultra Mangus' ship, and can run almost as fast as the Autobots in vehicle mode. [[spoiler: Even moreso in robot mode. His fighting style has him all over the place, using lightning relfexes and brute strength despite being bigger than Ultra Magnus and Wheeljack.]]
%% * Although we never see him really fight (just get strangled by {{invisib|ility}}le FragileSpeedster Randall), Sully of ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'' is a very large, beefy monster. He's also not at all slow, something the film makers were concerned might break SuspensionOfDisbelief.
* ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'':
** Ulrich is a [[SuperSpeed speedster]], but also the heaviest hitter of the group and has excellent defense with his katana.
** William count too, as he's even faster than Ulrich with his SuperSmoke power, and wield his {{BFS}} with terrible power and speed.
%% * In ''WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM'', easily Sonic. Though in the games he is usually much more a FragileSpeedster, here he can punch and kick robots (kicking makes sense...), and when already running, throw things multiple times his size with his momentum. He is also the only Freedom Fighter to have broken security cameras by ''throwing junk at them...with ONE hand''...
* Aang by the end of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. Although you ''would'' expect the short-statured and physically-unimposing airbender to be more of a FragileSpeedster, mastering the other three elements really shores up his weak points. Being able to summon [[BarrierWarrior a shield of earth or ice]] or a [[PlayingWithFire blast of fire]] boosts his effective offense and defense considerably.
** His successor, [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra Korra,]] is even more of one, which shouldn't be surprising given that she's the result of the world's most intrinsically-talented bender being raised from childhood in multiple forms of martial arts. Even without the Avatar State, she's able to overpower just about everyone, and one she starts learning airbending, she becomes just as adept at evasion as she is at tanking hits.
%% * Mukhtar from ''WesternAnimation/AladdinTheSeries''.
%% * Agent Six from ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex''.
%% * ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' has Rainbow Dash, who is a boisterous tomboy and has been shown to not only fly fast enough to accomplish the legendary "Sonic Rainboom" -- the only pegasus known to have ''ever'' done so, including the two ''[[GodEmperor god-princess]] [[WingedUnicorn alicorns]]'' -- but has since also gained enough control over the ability to use it to create a large ground explosion in order to demolish a barn. And that's just the tip of the iceberg; on another occasion, she kicked a fully grown dragon in the face hard enough to not only provoke it into going on the offensive, when the entire problem the dragon posed was that it refused to get up from its nap, but [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXsPcp_KtJw actually whine near-tearfully about it afterwards]] in conjunction with Fluttershy's [[TalkingTheMonsterToDeath amazing verbal beatdown]]. Flying at supersonic speeds, able to create an explosion powerful enough to crack rock miles away, enduring hits that would reduce anyone else to pulp with nothing but AmusingInjuries... Rainbow Dash is definitely an [[ExaggeratedTrope exaggerated example]].
* Optimus Prime in ''TransformersGenerationOne'', if the tech specs are anything to go by. Compared to the rest of the Ark crew, he matches or outpaces other characters who are considered specialists - among other things, he's stronger and tougher than Brawn, just behind Bluestreak in firepower, and every bit as fast as Windcharger. When you're a truck and the only character who can outrun you is a jet fighter, you know you're lightning-fast.
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