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What does it matter. \\\"Ansatsuken\\\" is a fusion of several styles and Ryu has mastered it (and he has picked up a few other moves on his travels; Capcom wouldn\\\'t argue with that). He counts for a Fighting Prowess of at least 6.

I\\\'m still saying these grids on the game itself shouldn\\\'t be trusted: Strider is a 7 in Fighting Skill at roughly 20 years of age. To put that into perspective, the only Marvels with that kind of fighting skill are people that\\\'ve been alive for a very long time (Wolverine) and been schooled in combat during that time (Ares), people that can mimic others (Hope Summers, Taskmaster) or people with magic powers that let them become very good fighters. Humans aren\\\'t really supposed to reach this level since Captain America is a 6 and he\\\'s the highest peak of human ability (The Iron Fists and their rogues gallery might be the exception, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zaran such as this guy]])

http://marvel.wikia.com/Category:Fighting_Ability_-_Master_of_all_forms_of_combat
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What does it matter. \\\"Ansatsuken\\\" is a fusion of several styles and Ryu has mastered it (and he has picked up a few other moves on his travels; Capcom wouldn\\\'t argue with that). He counts for a Fighting Prowess of at least 6.

I\\\'m still saying these grids on the game itself shouldn\\\'t be trusted: Strider is a 7 in Fighting Skill at roughly 20 years of age. To put that into perspective, the only Marvels with that kind of fighting skill are people that\\\'ve been alive for very long time (Wolverine) and been schooled in combat during that time (Ares), people that can mimic others (Hope Summers, Taskmaster) or people with magic powers that let them become very good fighters. Humans aren\\\'t really supposed to reach this level since Captain America is a 6 and he\\\'s the highest peak of human ability (The Iron Fists and their rogues gallery might be the exception, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zaran such as this guy]])

http://marvel.wikia.com/Category:Fighting_Ability_-_Master_of_all_forms_of_combat
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What does it matter. \
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What does it matter. \\\"Ansatsuken\\\" is a fusion of several styles and Ryu has mastered it (and he has picked up a few other moves on his travels; Capcom wouldn\\\'t argue with that). He counts for a Fighting Prowess of at least 6.

I\\\'m still saying these grids on the game itself shouldn\\\'t be trusted: Strider is a 7 in Fighting Skill at roughly 20 years of age. To put that into perspective, the only Marvels with that kind of fighting skill are people that\\\'ve been alive for very long (Wolverine) and been schooled in combat during that time (Ares), people that can mimic others (Hope Summers, Taskmaster) or people with magic powers that let them become very good fighters. Humans aren\\\'t really supposed to reach this level since Captain America is a 6 and he\\\'s the highest peak of human ability (The Iron Fists and their rogues gallery might be the exception, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zaran such as this guy]])

http://marvel.wikia.com/Category:Fighting_Ability_-_Master_of_all_forms_of_combat
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