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    The Incredible Hulk vs. Broly 

The Incredible Hulk

  • The Berserker: He only comes out when Bruce Banner gets angry, and you really don't want Bruce to get angry.
  • Catchphrase: HULK SMASH!
  • Green and Mean: His skin was altered into a bright green hue from gamma radiation.
  • Made of Iron: Since this continues on from the events of Goku vs. Sonic?, the Hulk is shown surviving being launched into Space by Goku, crashing through the Death Star, and atmospheric re-entry into the planet that Broly was on. Even after Broly blows up the planet, there's no actual indicator as to whether the Hulk died or not amongst all the wreckage — so for all we know, he may have survived.
  • Metronomic Man Mashing: Slams Broly into the ground this way several times during the fight.
  • Super Strength: Shown to be strong enough to tank and even deflect Broly's ki attacks, and countered his opponent's attempt to launch him back into Space by catching onto a meteor, dragging it out of orbit and hitting Broly with it.
  • Unstoppable Rage: The angrier the Hulk gets, the stronger he becomes — with theoretically no limits.
  • When All You Have Is a Hammer...: The Hulk can't perform any fancy ki attacks, so his methods of attack revolve around smashing things with his fists.

Broly

  • Ax-Crazy: The biggest similarity between him and Hulk is that they're both extremely mad and extremely dangerous.
  • Blood Knight: Tapping into the Super Saiyan form naturally makes Saiyans more aggressive, and Broly is less sane than most Saiyans to begin with.
  • Bond One-Liner: After annihilating Namek—
    You can never surpass me.
  • Earth-Shattering Kaboom: Outright destroys the planet he and the Hulk were fighting on with his Eraser Cannon to win the battle.
  • Kame Hame Hadoken: Like all Saiyan, he's able to focus his ki into energy attacks, which at full power can easily destroy planets.
  • Golden Super Mode: In his Super Saiyan mode, his hair glows gold and his power levels are greatly amplified. His Legendary Super Saiyan mode turns his hair green and boosts his power even more.
  • No-Sell: Nail hits him point-blank in the face with a ki blast, which doesn't even singe him.

    Rock Lee vs. Vinsmoke Sanji 

Rock Lee

  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Due to being unable to use chakra, he fights exclusively using taijutsu.
  • Super Mode: He can activate up to six of the Eight Gates to greatly increase his strength, speed, and durability.
  • Turns Red: Activating the Gate of Healing, the third of the Eight Gates, is incorrectly depicted as causing his hair to spike up and turn his skin turns red.note 

Vinsmoke Sanji

  • Burning with Anger: He becomes so angry at being lost in the forest that he bursts into flames. Lee mistakes him for Sasuke's opponent and challenges him as a result.
  • Extremity Extremist: Fights only with his legs, because he needs his hands for cooking.
  • Playing with Fire: His Diable Jambe technique conjures flames around his legs, which he uses in conjunction with his Black Leg Style moves.

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    Paul Phoenix vs. Ken Masters 

Paul Phoenix

  • Anime Hair: Well, it wouldn't be Paul Phoenix without his distinctive tall hair.
  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: As the self-proclaimed "Toughest Man in the Universe", it's one of his defining characteristics—
    Paul: Yeah, you know— the Tournament. I want to see what America's "best" has to offer!
  • Badass Normal: Unlike Ken, who uses a form of Supernatural Martial Arts, Paul's more-or-less a regular human being. Doesn't stop him from kicking serious ass when he wants to, though.
  • Counter Attack: His Judo fighting style revolves around this— and it's demonstrated effectively here, with him countering Ken's standard kicks and punches with stronger ones of his own.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: The explosion caused by Paul's Burning Fist stuns him long enough for Ken to power himself up with Heat Rush, before using a Shakunetsu Hadouken-to-Shinryuken combination to knock him out.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Although Paul's pretty arrogant and loud-mouthed around Ken to start with, he's more respectful of him after he loses the resulting sparring match, and thanks him for the experience afterward.
  • Megaton Punch: The Burning Fist. Whilst it does cause a huge explosion that sends both fighters reeling, Ken parries it before it can hit him properly, however.
  • Oh, Crap!: Has this reaction— combined with an Eye Pop— when he notices Ken's Heat Rush-infused Shakunetsu Hadouken heading straight towards him.
  • Older Than They Look: You wouldn't think it by looking at him, but he's in his late-40s as of Tekken 6.
  • Playing with Fire: His trademark Burning Fist.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Paul's the Red Oni to Ken's Blue in this fight.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: The Burning Fist ends up causing a huge explosion that knocks both fighters away. However, it backfires on Paul by giving Ken time to power himself up with Heat Rush.
  • We Will Meet Again: After losing to Ken, Paul promises to challenge him again after he wins the Tournament.

Ken Masters

  • Ascended Extra: After Ken first appeared in One Minute Melee as part of a cameo in Ghost Rider vs. Scorpion (where he's defeated by Scorpion after journeying down into the Netherworld to avenge Ryu's death at the spectre's hands), he's now here as a fully-fledged combatant.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Like Paul, he's an excitable, confident guy who loves a good fight.
  • Blood Knight: Despite not knowing anything about the Tournament Paul is referring to, Ken's still happy to fight him—
    Ken: Well, I don't know anything about a tournament...but I ain't turning down a fight! I'm more than willing to spar with you!
  • Bring It: Taunts Paul with a "Come on!" after knocking him down with the Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku.
  • Finishing Move: Knocks Paul out with a Shinryuken.
  • Hurricane Kick: The Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku, which is faster but somewhat weaker than his friend Ryu's version. Ken's able to make good use of it in the middle of the fight to hit Paul multiple times and knock him over.
  • Ki Attacks: His trademark Hadoukens are the main example, but unlike Ryu, Ken can also channel his ki into burning Shoryukens, and can even apply it to his regular attacks with his Heat Rush V-Trigger.
  • Playing with Fire: By default, Ken's Shoryukens are imbued with the power of flame, enabling them to scorch opponents as they hit. His Heat Rush V-Trigger takes this Up to Eleven by giving all of his special attacks this characteristic.
  • Pre Ass Kicking One Liner: Just as he's about to land his final Shinryuken
    Ken: "Time for the...FINALE!"
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Suprisingly, Ken's the Blue Oni to Paul's Red in this fight— the opposite to his usual relationship with Ryu, where he's the more confident, hot-blooded member of the pair.
  • Shoryuken: The classic leaping uppercut is Ken's forte. He makes use of his fiery Shoryukens a lot in the fight itself, and is able to win the battle using the stronger Shinryuken to knock Paul unconscious.
  • Status Buff: The Heat Rush— his V-Trigger from Street Fighter V— temporarily imbues Ken's entire body with the power of flames, adding a fire element to most of his attacks. He uses it at the end of the fight to hit Paul with a powered-up Hadouken, setting him up for his winning Shinryuken.
  • Supernatural Martial Arts: Much like his good friend Ryu, Ken was trained in the non-lethal variant of the Ansatsuken style martial art, and added moves from different martial arts to create his own style.

    Joseph Joestar vs. Edward Elric 

Joseph Joestar

Edward Elric

  • Badass Bookworm: He's an accomplished alchemist who's surprisingly good at hand-to-hand combat.
  • Berserk Button: He hates comments being made on his short height, like when Joseph calls him a kid.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: He can transform his prosthetic arm into a blade using alchemy.
  • Blade on a Stick: Forms a spear during the fight.
  • Entertainingly Wrong: Edward mistakes the Red Stone of Aja for the Philosopher's Stone and tries to get Joseph to fork it over. Unfortunately, negotiations fall apart when Joseph calls him a kid.
  • Hey, That's My Line!: Joseph catches him off-guard by parroting Edward's angry outburst back at him as he's saying it, causing him to pause just long enough to see one of the bolas Joseph snared him with is actually a grenade.
  • Reality Warper: He can use alchemy to transform the world around him to an extent. Here, it takes the form of shifting the ground and forging metal weapons.

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     Vegeta vs. Shadow the Hedgehog 

Vegeta

  • Anime Hair: It's still as tall and pointy as ever.
  • Anti-Hero: The main example in the Dragon Ball universe.
  • Battle Aura: Vegeta's one is the classic Super Saiyan gold.
  • Beam Spam: Uses his Super Energy Wave Volley to attack Shadow near the start of the fight.
  • Berserk Button: Being very short-tempered and proud, Vegeta really doesn't take well to Shadow insulting him—
    Shadow: ...ignorant. (cut off by Vegeta punching him in the face)
    Vegeta: (powers up) OH, IT'S ON, FLEA-BAG!
  • Blood Knight: As always. In this case, he instigates his fight with Shadow after the latter calls him ignorant for saving Dr Eggman and letting him get away.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Is shown to be willing to make effective use of his ki-based teleportation and Beam Spam abilities to gain an edge in hand-to-hand combat.
  • Entertainingly Wrong: He assumes Shadow to be one of the Androids that he and Trunks are supposed to be defeating, which leads to him inadvertently saving Dr. Eggman when the black hedgehog was about to finish him off.
    Shadow: You let him get away.
    Vegeta: Hmm...you're an unusual-looking android.
    Shadow: What.
    Vegeta: You must be the family pet!
    Shadow: You do realise that you let an evil scientist escape, right? One who plans on ruling the world?!
    Vegeta: Huh. Well, I'm currently dealing with one of my own— more so his creations.
    Shadow: Why are you so nonchalant about this?
    Vegeta: Because I don't believe you.
    • Funnily enough, Eggman has built androids made to resemble Shadow in the past. Vegeta's mistake might be a Mythology Gag.
  • Finishing Move: After overpowering Shadow with the Galick Gun, Vegeta uses it to launch his opponent into a large boulder, before landing one more powerful kick that knocks him unconscious.
  • Flight: A classic ki-based ability among Saiyans, Vegeta makes good use of his ability to fly to keep up with Shadow's Super Speed.
  • Forgot About His Powers: Unlike Trunks, he doesn't go Super Saiyan in his fight against Shadow. Not that he needed to in order to win, to be fair.
  • Minor Insult Meltdown: Beats Shadow to the point of unconsciousness for calling him ignorant.
  • Kamehame Hadoken: His iconic Galick Gun. Although Shadow is able to hold it back briefly, it's what ultimately ends up winning Vegeta a second battle against Shadow.
  • Pre Ass Kicking One Liner: Towards the end of the fight—
  • Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: Engages in this with Shadow towards the end of the fight. He wins it, setting Shadow up for his finishing Galick Gun.
  • Save the Villain: When he sees Shadow about to kill Dr Eggman, Vegeta performs a dynamic variation of this by diving down in front of Eggman, catching Shadow's Chaos Spear in one hand, and throwing it to one side—
    Vegeta: Pardon me for interrupting your little soap-opera, but that's not going to happen.
  • This Is Gonna Suck: Has this reaction to Shadow using Chaos Control on him—
    Vegeta: Whhyyyyyyyyyy...yooooooouuuu...!
  • Teleport Spam: Vegeta makes good use of his Saiyan Instant Transmission throughout to keep warping around Shadow and chaining his hits.
  • Wave Motion Gun: The Galick Gun. It's what clinches the match for Vegeta.
  • Wipe the Floor with You: At point, he slams Shadow into a tree and grinds him up against it whilst boosting upwards, before knocking him away with a knee kick and attacking with the Super Energy Wave Volley.

Shadow the Hedgehog

  • Anti-Hero: The main example in the Sonic the Hedgehog universe.
  • Badass Finger Snap: Shadow uses these to create the explosive orbs around Vegeta that he kicks him into.
  • Battle Aura: Shadow's one is red, similarly to when he maxed out his Dark Meter in Shadow the Hedgehog.
  • Beam-O-War: Engages in a brief variation of this with Vegeta right at the end of the match. Shadow doesn't use a beam of his own to stop Vegeta's Galick Gun, he physically holds it back. It doesn't work ultimately, but props for trying.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Makes use of his Chaos Control powers to hold Vegeta in place as he attacks him.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Delivers one to Dr Eggman and his Badniks in the intro to the episode. It gets to the point where Shadow actually is about to finish Eggman off before Vegeta intervenes, believing Shadow to be one of the androids he's working with Trunks to defeat.
  • Defiant to the End: Even after being overpowered by Vegeta's Galick Gun, Shadow still gets one more quip in against his opponent before Vegeta knocks him unconscious
  • Evil Counterpart: To Sonic the Hedgehog.
  • Forgot About His Powers: Much like Silver in his fight against Trunks, Shadow doesn't turn into his Golden Super Mode for his fight against Vegeta. Justified however, in that he only has one Chaos Emerald— as opposed to the seven needed to transform.
  • In the Name of the Moon: After defeating Dr Eggman in the introduction, Shadow gives him a Shadow the Hedgehog-style speech just before he prepares to finish him off—
    Dr Eggman: First, my plans are foiled by Sonic and his pet Tails, now I have to put him into the equation?! Why, Shadow? Why did you of all people have to interfere?!
    Shadow: I am Shadow the Hedgehog— I, and only I know what is best. Maria wouldn't want you to disturb the peace of our world, and I am here to protect what she loves! This is who I am!
    Dr Eggman: What?!
    Shadow: (charges up a Chaos Spear) Goodbye, Doctor.
  • Knight Templar: He tries to kill Dr Eggman for disrupting the peace of the world, only to be stopped by Vegeta.
  • Power Glows: Unlike his rival Sonic, who prefers to utilise his own spin attacks in battle, Shadow prefers using acrobatic punches and kicks empowered with Chaos Energy, leaving glowing red trails in their wake.
  • Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: Engages in this with Vegeta toward the end of the fight. Shadow loses, and ends up being knocked away long enough for Vegeta to use his Galick Gun on him.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: Shadow's black, red, and although not necessarily evil, still a pragmatic, abrasive, and often-quite ruthless Anti-Hero who's willing to get his hands dirty if need be.
  • Stepping Stones in the Sky: Shadow pulls this off against Vegeta when he uses his Super Energy Wave Volley, hopping and teleporting across each burst to get close enough to attack him.
  • Super Speed: One of the fastest creatures in his own world, Shadow makes effective use of his speed and hovering shoes to keep up with Vegeta's flight.
  • Teleport Spam: Along with his Super Speed, Shadow uses his Chaos Control-based teleportation to warp around and keep up with Vegeta's instant transmission.
  • Time Stands Still: At one point in the fight, Shadow stops time using Chaos Control to keep Vegeta trapped— setting him up with several explosive orbs that he kicks him into when time restarts, before knocking him away with an explosion of energy around himself.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: At one point, Shadow uses a Judo arm throw in mid-air on Vegeta, spiking him downward and setting him up for his Chaos Control attack.

     Fei Long vs. Liu Kang 

Fei Long

Liu Kang

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     Waddle Dee vs. Goomba 

Waddle Dee

  • Badass Adorable: These little guys put up a spirited defense, despite being caught off-guard by their opponents. Bandana Waddle Dee, in particular, puts the hurt on a lot of the Goombas before getting taken out.
  • Blade on a Stick: Bandana Waddle Dee's weapon of choice.
  • Cool Airship: Kabula, who proves to be one of their greatest assets.
  • Eye Beam: The Waddle Doos.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Bandana Waddle Dee is taken out of the fight after failing to avoid a Bullet Bill from a tank he blew up.

Goomba

  • Cool Airship: A whole fleet of them. Useful as they are, they get trashed by Kabula.
  • Elite Mooks: A lot of special variants from the Mario & Luigi series show up for the battle.
  • Waddling Head: Their lack of arms...complicates matters, as seen in the first seconds of the fight.
  • Tank Goodness: Bandana Waddle Dee blows one of these up but gets caught by an errant Bullet Bill.

     Piccolo vs. Martian Manhunter 

Piccolo

  • Hearing Voices: Kami and Nail. Unlike most cases in fiction, Piccolo is acting irrationally and his fused parts are trying to dissuade him from doing something rash, much to their own displeasure.
  • Ki Manipulation: He's a Dragon Ball character.
  • Self Offense: Thanks to getting his ass whooped by Cell, Piccolo isn't willing to trust green people who aren't Namekian.
  • Signature Attack: Pulls out the Special Beam Cannon and the Hellzone Grenade for this fight. The latter unfortunately leads to his own defeat.
  • Rubber Man: Briefly stretches his arm towards the end of the fight.

Martian Manhunter

  • Flying Brick: His basic power set.
  • It Amused Me: Strangely enough, the normally rational and peaceful MM says he let the fight happen because he thought it would be fun. Waiting for Superman must have been agonizingly boring.
  • No-Sell: Piccolo tries to take him out with the Hellzone Grenade and restrains him himself for good measure, but MM is tough enough to keep standing after.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: Piccolo thinks he might be stronger than Goku.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Piccolo is certainly wary, but that's because of recent events. MM himself is pretty harmless when left to his own devices.
  • Telepathy: Another of his staple powers. He figures out Piccolo's body is hosting three minds, much to his fascination.

     Solid Snake vs. Chris Redfield 

Solid Snake

  • Decoy Getaway: Distracts Chris with balloon decoys.
  • Made of Iron: A point-blank RPG explosion can't keep him down for long.
  • Stealth Expert: Harasses Chris from the shadows whenever he can.
  • Smoke Out: Uses a smoke grenade to disorient Chris.

Chris Redfield

  • Fire-Breathing Weapon: Pulls out a flamethrower and lights up Snake.
  • Hand Cannon: Carries a Smith & Wesson Model 500.
  • Shotguns Are Just Better: Uses one in his Sweep Combo and during the last seconds of the fight.
  • Super Strength: Once punched a boulder out of his path. Snake has the better CQC training, but Chris's sheer power allows him to keep pace in a fistfight.

    Ibuki vs. Valentine 

Ibuki

  • Badass Adorable: Even as she's fighting the bloodthirsty Valentine, she's still very expressive and throwing out little quips. Even moreso when she outright wins against her.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Compared to Valentine wielding various surgical tools to fight with, Ibuki mostly specialises in unarmed combat.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Ibuki stops Valentine from ambushing Peacock whilst she's patrolling some nearby rooftops, and calls her out on attempting to attack a 13-year-old girl. She also succeeds in defeating her in single combat, thus seemingly foiling her plan for good.
  • Flash Step: As a ninja, this comes with the territory.
  • Limit Break: Ibuki uses her Yoroidoshi Super Art to finish off Valentine.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Although downplayed compared to the more overtly-sexual Valentine, Ibuki is still very attractive in her own right— with a slender frame, large bust, and an outfit that displays her nicely-toned arms and hips.
  • Ninja: Ibuki is a teenaged kunoichi who lives in a hidden village... and attends high school as a normal student.
  • Sphere of Destruction: Her Yoroidoshi, a Rasengan-like burst of energy that surrounds both her and her opponent, takes the form of this. Whilst Ibuki misses the first time with it, the second one allows her to KO Valentine.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Admonishes Valentine when she catches her trying to attack Peacock—
    Ibuki: How bold of you, attempting to sneak-attack a child.
    Valentine: This does not concern you. But since you want to play hero...I'll reward you for your interference.

Valentine

  • The Cameo: She appeared at the end of the BB Hood vs. Peacock episode, watching the battle from afar. Here, we find out exactly what she was doing there—trying to locate and capture Peacock so she could dissect her and see how her artificial limbs work.
  • Deadly Doctor: Valentine is a combat surgeon in league with Lab Zero and the Skullgirl.
  • Improbable Weapon User: She fights using a bonesaw as a sword, an IV drip as a spear, and syringes as throwing knives. At one point, she also ties Ibuki up in bandages and stuffs her into a body bag before using them to perform a varation on the Spinning Piledriver on her with them.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Valentine is a Hospital Hottie who wears a skimpy outfit and has the measurements 36E-25-40.
  • Non Sequitur, *Thud*: After Ibuki defeats her, a dazed Valentine reports back to her cohort, authorizing him to unleash Painwheel, before fainting accordingly
    Valentine: I've failed to retrieve Big Band and Peacock. For experimentation... initiate back-up plan... B. (faints)
  • Precision F-Strike: Lets out a brief "damn!" after being hit by one of Ibuki's combos.
  • Would Hurt a Child: She's seen stalking the 13-year-old Peacock with the intention of capturing and dissecting her alive, and would have succeeded if Ibuki hadn't been there to stop her.

     Sasori vs Alice Margatroid 

Sasori

  • Puppet Master: He uses puppets made from the corpses of ninja. The only puppets he uses are the Third Kazekage, and Alice, once he kills her.

Alice Margatroid

  • Adaptational Wimp: Not Alice herself, but her Goliath Doll, which is scaled down to human size in its appearance here.
  • Puppet Master: She uses a variety of puppets, some of which wield blades and others that wield bows.

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    Raiden vs Genos 

Raiden

Genos

  • Jobber: He's once again on the losing end!

    Decapre vs Painwheel 

Dr. Geppetto Bosconovitch

  • Mad Scientist: Employed as a scientist by Shadaloo and seemingly in cohorts with Valentine, he was seeking to capture and experiment on Big Band, Peacock, and Painwheel. He also captured and experimented on Rugal Bernstein, Zero, Mewtwo, and Akuma.

Decapre

  • Blade Below the Shoulder: She can project blades of Psycho Power from her wrists.
  • Cool Mask: Decapre wears a mask that covers the scars on her face.
  • Cloning Blues: She and the other Dolls were created as replacement bodies for M. Bison. Decapre especially resents her "twin" sister Cammy White, who was able to break free from Bison's control.
  • Psycho Prototype: She is the psychologically unstable prototype of Cammy White, and suffers from Clone Degeneration.
  • Super Soldier: She was cloned from M. Bison and acts as the leader of the Dolls in place of her "sister" Killer Bee/Cammy White.

Painwheel

  • The Berserker: Painwheel was left violent and unstable as a result of the experiments performed on her, and draws on her pain and rage to brutally fight her opponents. Her give-no-quarter fighting style lets her overwhelm Decapre and knock her out with her Buer Thresher Blockbuster.
  • The Cameo: She appears briefly at the end of "Ibuki vs. Valentine".
  • Cyborg: She's bonded to the Gae Bolga Matrix and Buer Drive artifical Parasites. The former gives her the ability to project spikes out of her body, and the latter is a pinwheel-shaped razor-bladed rotor interfaced with her spine.
  • Expressive Mask: Painwheel's mask is stitched to her face, causing its eyeholes to change shape with her facial expressions and enabling her to open her mouth.
  • Power Of Hate: Her Hatred Install Blockbuster lets her draw on her rage and hatred to power up, increasing her strength and durability.
  • Time for Plan B: Valentine and the doctor referred to as "???" designate Painwheel as Plan B and send her out after Valentine is defeated by Ibuki.
  • To Be Continued: After the end of the battle, The Stinger shows Painwheel ripping a hole in the wall and escaping.
  • Skyward Scream: When activating her Hatred Install, she throws her head back and lets out a scream of rage, wreathed in a Battle Aura.
  • Super Soldier: She was once a 15-year old schoolgirl named Carol, until she was abducted by Lab Zero and transformed into a living weapon for the purpose of killing Skullgirls... and anything else that gets in her way. Her power ultimately trumps Decapre's, and Painwheel escapes the Shadaloo facility.

    M. Bison vs. God Rugal 

M. Bison

  • Authority Equals Asskicking: He's the leader of the international terrorist cell Shadaloo, and is often implied to be one of the strongest characters in his own series. This proves true when he outright wins against God Rugal.
  • And Show It to You: After defeating God Rugal, M. Bison tracks down Doctor Bosconovitch after he escapes the fight, and throws down Rugal's unconscious body in front of him to show that his attempt to kill him had failed.
  • Goomba Stomp: The Head Stomp/Devil Reverse. As part of his Nightmare Booster, this ends up being the move that defeats God Rugal when he drops down and stomps him into the floor.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: As the leader of Shadaloo, Bison is revealed to be at least partially behind the events of Ibuki vs. Valentine and Painwheel vs. Decapre, and potentially also Zero vs. Meta Knight and Mewtwo vs. Frieza if Zero and Mewtwo being kept sealed in his laboratories are anything to go by.
  • Flung Clothing: Throws his cape off before fighting God Rugal, unfazed by the latter tearing out and crushing the heart of one of his soldiers beforehand.
  • Kamehame Hadoken: Bison's Psycho Cannon charges an orb of Psycho Power in his hand, which he throws at his opponent. God Rugal is powerful enough to reflect it however, prompting a brief Tennis Boss battle between the two.
  • Limit Break: The Knee Press Nightmare and Nightmare Booster both make appearances, here. The latter is his finishing move against God Rugal.
  • No-Sell: He avoids God Rugal's Shun Goku Satsu by tossing the nearby corpse of Seth his way so that he suffered the power of the Raging Demon instead.
  • Made of Evil: His Psycho Power is a corrupted form of Soul Power, supernatural energy manifested from the soul.
  • Power Of Hate: Bison's Psycho Power is a manifestion of pure negative energy.
  • Pre Ass Kicking One Liner: As he's about to use the Nightmare Booster on God Rugal
    Bison: This place shall become your grave!
  • Putting on the Reich: Asides from it being bright red, he almost literally wears a Waffen-SS uniform.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: The episode's title misspells his name as "Mbison".
  • Signature Move: His trademark Psycho Crusher.
  • Teleport Spam: Makes effective use of his Bison Warp throughout.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: He decides to have Dr. Bosconovitch executed for his failures, prompting the scientist to unleash God Rugal in an attempt to escape while they're fighting. He changes his mind after defeating God Rugal.

God Rugal

  • Artificial Limbs: His right hand and glowing red eye are both artificial.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: One of the toughest bosses in the history of Capcom VS Whatever, and maintains his red tuxedo even as he's being experimented upon by Doctor Bosconovich.
  • Beat Still, My Heart: Tears the still-beating heart out of one of Bison's guards before the fight, and crushes it in front of Bison himself as a taunt.
  • Catch and Return: He catches one of Bison's Psycho Cannons and hits him with it.
  • Dangerous Forbidden Technique: Due to being infused with Akuma's Satsui no Hado, he gains access to the Shun Goku Satsu. He attempts to use it on Bison, but is foiled when the Shadaloo leader uses the corpse of Seth to block it.
  • Finishing Stomp: On the recieving end. After being hit with Bison's Nightmare Booster, he's finally knocked unconscious with a powerful stomp to the gut.
  • Flash Step: The Satsui no Hado gives Rugal access to Akuma's Ashura Zenku teleport.
  • Kamehame Hadoken: God Rugal makes effective use of both the Kaiser Wave, which he copied from Wolfgang Krauser, and the Reppuuken, which he copied from Geese Howard.
  • No-Sell: He withstands several Psycho Crushers.
  • Power Copying: Having been infused with the Satsui no Hado, he uses Akuma's Shun Goku Satsu.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: He had his right eye torn out by Leopold Goenitz in his own series, and it was replaced with an electronic one which glows red when he's attacking.
  • Shoryuken: The Genocide Cutter.
  • Super-Powered Evil Side: As in Capcom vs SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium, Rugal Bernstein was infused with Akuma's Satsui no Hado, turning him into the even more powerful God Rugal.
  • Voice of the Legion: Due to being possessed by the Satsui no Hado, his voice is distorted to a hellish pitch.

     Gon vs Midoriya 

Gon Freecs

  • Laser Blade: One of his Nen abilities involves creating one.

Izuku Midoriya

  • Super Strength: Being the holder of One For All allows this, but only with great control.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: A few of his moves include a dropkick, a bulldog, and a german suplex.

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