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Fighting Leaf (portrayed and created by Connan Bell) is a Youtuber most commonly known for his movie reviewing series, "You're Gonna Regret It".

Fighting Leaf is a ninja who reviews children's movies, which are divided in three series: "You're Gonna Regret It", which focuses on terrible children's movies; "Kid Movie Ninja", which focuses on relatively good children's movies; and "Gotta Review 'em All", which focuses on the Pokémon movies.

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  • Author Appeal:
    • When he plays PokéPark Wii, he comments about the cute concept offered in the game. He actually stated that he enjoyed the loading screens, which had Pikachu do all sorts of cute things (i.e. sleeping, running, playing, etc.)
    • Leaf and Husky both agree that David Hasselhoff is the best thing in Hop.
  • Berserk Button: Don't be fooled by his stoic nature; there are things that set Leaf off.
    • Leaf doesn't like it when movies treat kids like idiots.
    • He also doesn't like it when animals are dressed up in ridiculous outfits.
    • His Hop review proves that he doesn't like a movie trying to make a joke about a child's death.
  • Brain Bleach: The poor guy needs it after he and his friend (Video Viewing Buddy) watch anime series that seem to sexualize young characters like Mai Otome and Puni Puni Poemy.
  • Butt-Monkey: Prof. Cabbage is beaten up quite frequently during the reviews.
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  • Catchphrase: Husky likes to say "Burn!" when a character says a scathing line to another character.
  • Crossover: Some of his reviews features other Youtubers such as MD from star2behold.
  • Cuteness Overload: During his Jerry Jay playthrough of PokéPark Wii, he gushes over how cute the characters and the game is.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Some of his reviews have alluded to some kind of troubled childhood. As a result, he gets a little upset when movies try to use daddy issues to add character depth, especially if the character has done nothing to deserve sympathy.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Leaf is able to pull this off well with his stoic attitude.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Husky apparently once ate one of his neighbor's house as well as the neighbors.
  • Gosh Dang It to Heck!: He's one of the few people you'll find online who doesn't swear. Since he reviews children's movies, he tries to keep his language PG.
  • Lack of Empathy:
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    • Leaf and Husky brush off Shaynerd crying after they refuse to make their show "more feminine" for her.
    • During their review of Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3, Leaf changes into his shining form even when he hears Shaynerd crying out in pain due his shining form creating radiation towards those around him.
  • Not So Stoic: Only a few movies, namely Hop, have broken through his stoic exterior and made him emote.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Husky is the loud, energetic red to Leaf's quiet, stoic blue.
  • Running Gag:
    • Whenever a character discovers that another life form can talk, the clip of Vanessa from Bee Movie stabbing her hand with a fork is shown.
    • If Leaf asks if the audience thinks that something won't happen, he cuts to the scene Lex Luthor yelling "WRONG!".
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: During The Smurfs review, Husky tries to leave only for Leaf to keep him back.
  • Shout-Out:
    • Leaf is possibly one for Sasuke with his headband and attire.
    • Rugburn looks a lot like Sonic the Hedgehog. During the review for The Squeakuel, he asks why Leaf isn't doing a "Sonic Says" moment with Ian's questionable behavior towards the Chipettes.
  • Signature Style: He uses different methods that other reviewers don't use.
    • Within the last few minutes of the movie, he and Husky quickly wrap up the movie in a few sentences.
    • Whenever there's a scene that Leaf and Husky don't want to watch, they will fast-forward through them. They're usually limited to one per review, but they're able to use multiple ones for the High School Musical review.
  • The Stoic: Leaf is very deadpan and emotionless for most of his reviews.
  • Talking Animal: Husky is a talking wolf puppet thing on Leaf's left hand.
  • You Don't Look Like You: Starting from the review of Norm of the North, Husky's design is changed to a furry hand puppet in place of the latex ones due to latex getting old and crusty with age, thus making them unusable.
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