| Mike Haggar|
"Yeah! That's why I love wrestling!"
Mike Haggar is the protagonist of the Final Fight series and a wrestler in VGCW. He is a former two-time VGCW Champion, with his first reign being, at the time, the longest in VGCW history. He is currently part of the stable known as Groose & His Gang of Bullys, alongside Groose and Heavy.
In Final FightEdit
A former wrestler and the mayor of Metro City, Mike Haggar is a hard-working man who brings justice to the unruly folks by piledriving them into the ground. In the events of the original Final Fight, the Mad Gear gang kidnap his daughter, Jessica, in order to manipulate him into allowing them to conduct their criminal actions unopposed. Haggar would have none of that, so he decided to take out Mad Gear himself with the help of his friends Cody and Guy. After beating up the likes of a weeaboo samurai, Andre the Giant, and a guy named Abigail, Haggar threw a guy in a wheelchair out of a thirty story window and saved his daughter.
Later, Mike Haggar would appear in other Capcom video games, the most notable being Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, where he becomes the Mayor of the Earth by ensuring everyone - including superheroes, mutants, demons, robots, and cosmic entities - will respect his pipe.
Season 2: The Campaign TrailEdit
Respect the Pipe!
Mike Haggar initially took off like a racecar in VGCW, winning his debut match on January 1st, 2013 against WWE Champion CM Punk, who he defeated via roll-up reversal when Punk pulled off the unorthodox method of teleporting behind Haggar and then attempting the roll-up. Unfortunately for Punk, Haggar had ample experience fighting teleporting white boys.
The mayor carried this momentum going forward on January 6th when he faced Zangief in a Newcomer Challenge Match, with a minor hiccup: he was uncharacteristically lethargic at first, not going for any kind of offense or even movement. Haggar got handled like a fish for several minutes until the crowd noticed that he was literally not trying to do anything. Perhaps Haggar was trying to show mercy to his old Saturday Night Slam Master tag team partner, or perhaps something else was afoot. Whatever the case, the match was restarted, with Haggar in full control of his faculties this time, and Zangief got bodied.
He'd then pull off a hat trick when he emerged victorious in a Battle Royal match in which he overcame fellow heavyweights. It would take an Elimination Chamber match for the VGCW Championship #1 contendership held on January 22nd against heavy hitters such as Ganondorf and Gaben (as well as Zangief) to first make him taste defeat, being eliminated third by eventual winner Ganondorf, but not before he had bested Zangief once again.
Season 3: Vote for Haggar!Edit
No stranger to the democratic process, Haggar secured the most votes in the poll to determine the sixteen entrants into The Great Tournament, as many fans wished for him to become "The Mayor of VGCW". He received 451 votes, more than a full hundred more than the man with the second most votes, Gabe Newell, who received 347. This was his best chance at achieving VGCW superstardom to date, as though he'd had stellar performances thus far, he lacked any alliances or feuds and was not involved in the hunt for any title. He started off well by defeating his first opponent in the tournament, Mr. Satan, being through his paces as Satan fought valiantly, thanks to Satan receiving tremendous amounts of energy sent to him from members of the crowd. Satan even debuted his Megaton Punch in this match and stole Haggar's own finishing move. However, plowing through large numbers of people by dropping them on their head is Haggar's platform. He eventually exhausted Satan's energy reserves and dropped him on his head enough times for the cushioning effect of Satan's fro to no longer suffice.
However, Haggar's hopes would be dashed by the Augmented Man Adam Jensen in the quarterfinals. In this Metro City vs Motor City showdown, the Mayor's popular support ended up being no match for Jensen's Detroit-style disregard for civic ethics. Haggar dominated the early minutes of the match, but Jensen soon reversed the course of the fight, mounting a savage offense that culminated in an Augmented Tombstone Piledriver. This devastating loss put a nail in the coffin of the Mayor's ambitions for the general manager position as well as his undefeated record in singles competition. Then, on March 26th, this tendency to start out strong but sputter out as the match goes on began to severely assert itself in a Hell in a Cell match for a shot at the Casual Championship. Squaring off against Wario, Segata Sanshiro, Pyro, Tingle, and Arino, Haggar absolutely steamrolled all comers at first but suffered a cut to the forehead which significantly slowed down his onslaught. The match ended with Wario knocking out Arino.
Season 4: Gaining Delegate StrengthEdit
Haggar carried on with business as usual - that is, impressive showings not amounting to squat - in Season 4, starting off by beasting in the April 17th Rumble, quickly tossing out Proto Man, eliminating Waluigi and Pyro before the next entrant made it out and manhandling Mr. Satan in-between until he was finally taken out by Red. This showing earned him a slot in the April 23rd Money in the Bank match in which he preferred to carry out a grudge against Jensen: after powerbombing Jensen who was hanging freely from the ceiling, Jensen slid out of the ring and tossed a ladder at the shins of Haggar, who was alone in the ring, and rather than go for the uncontested briefcase, Haggar ran in pursuit of Jensen and fought him for almost the entire duration of the match until it was ended by Charles Barkley nabbing the briefcase. He met with Jensen backstage the following stream, teasing Jensen about him losing his chance at being General Manager, perhaps still sour over Jensen eliminating him from the Tournament, though he later claimed he was just kidding and asked what Jensen was planning to do about Dracula.
Haggar then competed in May 11 King of the Ring tournament, facing off against newcomer Kazuya Mishima in the first match. Haggar was able to use his overwhelming strength throughout most of the match to keep Kazuya at bay, and decided to deliver a superplex powerful enough to destroy the ring (being the 5th person to do so in VGCW), killing the Referee and winning the match. The extreme measures used in this match left the mayor in no condition to continue fighting as he tapped out to a Groosome submission hold within minutes in the second round. In next episode, he continued his feud with Kazuya in an Extreme Rules match. The pace was stolen by Kazuya, who made much more efficient use of the Extreme Rules (which is surprising, as Kazuya's background is in fair sanctioned competition whereas Haggar greatly owes his fame to his use of objects). Hagga managed to turn the beat back by... a rollout. While the win was less impressive than the ring-busting performance that had been put on previously, Haggar secured the win.
That victory and his track record, permitted Haggar entry into the VGCW Championship #1 contender slot held on May 29th. Determined to win this one, Haggar took stock of his opponents and locked on Proto Man, and put him away with a DDT. With two other competitors eliminated, the only wrestlers that remained were fellow fathers AVGN and Flint. The three men wrestled against each other for some time, with Nerd getting pinned, and Haggar taking finisher from Flint multiple times and securing pinfall on him.
End Game 4: First Term in OfficeEdit
Having won the #1 contender match, Haggar unleashed everything on Groose on End Game 4. Suplex after suplex, slam after slam, Groose kept on enduring everything Haggar threw at him. He continued to dish out punishment to the God Rooster, giving him finishers and piledrivers, yet he couldn't get the 3 count. Perhaps getting frustrated, Haggar took a bloody Groose to the announce table, and showcased his instant transmission ability before driving his enemy through the table. It still wasn't enough however, as Groose kept trying to fight back, even managing to land a Groosenator on the Mayor. Haggar managed to brush off the damage, and proceeded to give Groose the bodying of a lifetime before finally pinning him for the 3 count. With both Groose and the crowd now all respecting the pipe, Haggar called for the votes to be tallied, and it was finally official: Mike Haggar was, at long last, VGCW Champion.
Season 5: Back on the Campaign TrailEdit
Due to VGCW going on hiatus for 6 weeks, Haggar would overtake Raphael's infamous '1000 Years of Pizza' and become the longest reigning VGCW Champion so far without having to defend his title once. This would prove to be a decisive factor in his defeat, as he would drop his Title to Little Mac in his first defense
After taking some time off from
politics wrestling, the mayor made his return on September 9th against the seemingly undefeatable Air Man in an effort to mount a new campaign for the VGCW Championship. Unfortunately, this backfired, as some of the votes tallied by Haggar ended up being blown away by the Robot Master, giving him the defeat by only a few votes. Then, an opportunity arose. On October 8th, Haggar used the recent Government Shutdown as a ploy to gain more supporters, as he went up against Captain Falcon. in one of the most hotly-contested matches of the evening, Haggar was able to come out on top and secure the votes of the crowd that night. Sensing The Mayor's recent resurgence in popularity with supporters, he was booked into a Triple Threat match on October 15th. He outlastest both his competitors and secured another vote of confidence in his favour.
And finally, Haggar gathered enough points in the polls to secure a place in a #1 Contender's Match on October 22nd against Groose, Mr. Satan, and Sagat. Haggar gathered enough strength to make the King of Muay Thai tap out, then also made Satan tap out as well, securing a rematch against the person who managed to dethrone him back in July. This time, the Bronx boxer would respect the Mayor's Pipe.
End Game 5: ReelectionEdit
And so, at End Game 5, following some pipe disrespecting the previous week, the Mayor of Earth and Little Mac faced each other, with the VGCW Championship on the line once more. However, there was no Star Punches to put him down this time, as Haggar would manage to defeat Mac to reclaim his position as VGCW Champion. However, before the votes could be finished being counted, a large influx of votes came out of nowhere in the form of a red briefcase: Charles Barkley was cashing-in his Money in the Bank contract. But, he had made one mistake; Mike was still feeling fresh from his match. Determined not to suffer the same fate as some Spartan nobody cared about, Haggar was able to stave off Barkley's challenge in about 6 minutes flat, seemingly ending CM Dunk's short-lived political career.
Season 6: Second Term in OfficeEdit
At last, the Mayor of Earth was able to be officially elected for his second term as the Mayor of VGCW. That is, until NEW complications arose. As Haggar called out that challengers would no doubt come for his VGCW Championship, Vegeta called him out. Sporting his own Championship, he claimed that, since nobody ever beat him for the title, he was still Champion. It was agreed that they would fight to determine the undisputed VGCW Champion, and on November 26th, the Mayor of Earth would put away the Saiyan Prince to become the undisputed VGCW Champion.
However, that same night, VGCW's General Manager Gabe Newell would win the Royal Rumble, bringing the title into a political dispute. On December 10th, in an interview on 'Kefka's Korner', he stated that the belt will stay firmly around the mayor's waist. However, in a political coup d'etat, the GM would oust the Mayor to end his Second Term in office. Perhaps ashamed of being unable to keep his campaign promises, the Mayor would take several weeks off before returning in late January, battling three other wrestlers for a chance to regain his title. The match would end up the rubber match between him and Little Mac, and it would be the boxer who walked away victorious, pinning Haggar and ending his dreams of regaining championship gold.
Season 7: Don't Stop Me Now!Edit
Who knows what Haggar planned as Season 7 began. Perhaps he would seek another chance to regain the VGCW title. Perhaps he would bring in a old friend or two from Metro City and seek other titles. Perhaps he would battle other wrestlers to regain his mojo, or challenge Gaben for the GM job. Whatever Haggar had planned, and what the VGCW Universe expected, no one saw what would actually happen coming.
Haggar would be ambushed and brutally beaten backstage by three strangers in colorful costumes, who would repeatedly stare with dead, blank gazes at the Mayor before they pummeled him into submission. It was likely not how Haggar wanted his season to start, and it would be a sign of things to come.
Deciding not to follow up his assault with an official complaint, Haggar returned to the ring on February 25th against the Assistant GM and Gray Fox. Deciding to go after Jensen first while Gray Fox watched from the sidelines would prove to be beneficial in the end, as the Mayor finally got his revenge for the Great Tournament by pinning Adam.
The Mayor then took a small break before returning on a (canon) dark match after 2014-04-08. His opponent would be a wrestler very criticized by the fans: the creepy Tingle. While most people expected an easy match for Haggar, the fairy proved to be a powerful opponent, gaining the support of the crowd despite losing the match. A rematch would be held on next week's show, this time with weapons. The Mayor showed his more agressive side by putting Tingle through a Table, a Chair and a Trash Can. However, he completely forgot to pin his opponent and ended up losing the match after a Kooloo-Limpah, causing one of the biggest upsets in VGCW's history. This would force a rubber match at End Game 7, and Haggar, perhaps deeply irritated at being saddled with an accidental feud with such a strange wrestler, would make sure it ended completely in his favor, as he would pin the strange man 2-0 in a 2/3 Falls match to win decisively. Rather than be lauded, however, Haggar would find many fans booing him, deriding him for beating a nutjob in a feud he never wanted to begin with. And Haggar, in the end, would take the bad treatment to heart...
Season 8: Playground PoliticsEdit
Haggar's change of heart for the worse would be made clear in his first appearance in Season 8. With the Ring Rangers' leader having been revealed as Johnny Cage, Haggar would attack the movie star in revenge for the beatdown his masked hooligans had inflicted on him, supposedly on his orders. Unfortunately for Haggar, history would repeat itself, and Cage would fight back and beat Haggar down in self-defense.
Perhaps sick of it all, Haggar would abandon his heroic and leadership ways and end up joining a group of bullies led by Groose. The group, which also consisted of the Heavy, first made its presence felt on July 1st, as Haggar would help pick on the small wrestlers in PK Chu before a losing effort in the Royal Rumble. His bullying would earn him a tag team match against said small wrestlers the next week, a match where Haggar would ultimately pick up the win by making Ness submit. The win would do Haggar no favors, as not only had it occured primarily due to Groose's outside interference, but the crowd would turn on him completely for abandoning his former-noble ways and becoming a bullying toady. Haggar would get a taste of his own medicine the next week, as he would be matched up with the King of Awesome, who would promptly bully and smash Haggar in turn, defeating him with a crushing blow against a pair of ring steps. Haggar's next match would not even happen on the official show, as he would enter a six-man post-show match on August 5th, a match where he would not only be unable to bully Ness again, but would end up being the first one eliminated.
After accompanying Heavy to the ring to fight Duke Nukem on August 12th, The Bullies would enter themselves in a feud with the P.R.A.T.S. after some disagreements regarding their bullying. Haggar would be the first to get a match in this feud, taking on Billy Lee in a fiercely contested match. Haggar would end up walking away with the win that night, with the help of his teammate, the Heavy. Returning the favor, Haggar accompanied Heavy at ringside when the Russian faced off against Jimmy Lee. The Dragons would end up with the win this time, with Jimmy taking down Heavy and evening the score of the feud at 1-1. Groose would take down Dan to bring it to 2-1, but the end of the feud would have its stage set at End Game 8. As the Bullies faced off against the P.R.A.T.S. in a 3-on-3 Tag Team Match, the Heavy would muck everything up for his team by getting eliminated by count-out. This left Haggar and Groose to fend for themselves, and while they put up a good fight, even eliminating Dan in the process, their stand wouldn't be enough to hold out and they would fall to both Billy and Jimmy Lee in the end.
Season 9: Runoff Vote Edit
During Season 9, Haggar was entered into the viewer vote to determine the 16 contenders who would have a chance to be crowned GM of VGCW. Though Haggar earned himself no small number of votes, he came up short and was not included in this season's GM tournament, though he placed 17th out of 16 places. Frustrated at his inability to compete for GM-ship, Haggar took his aggression out in his first match of the season on Goemon and Zangief, showing much aggression during and after the triple-threat, even going so far as to take issue with the Ref post-match.
PK Chu would once again cross paths with the Bullies, colliding in the ring on 2014-12-23. Haggar and Heavy brought a close fight. As Red hit the Giga Impact on Heavy and went for the pin, Haggar leapt in the ring to help his teammate, but Ness was too quick and tripped Haggar before he could reach the pin, which would end up costing them the match. Haggar's next match was a Fatal Four-Way Extreme Rules, with Doctor Wily, Guile, and Johnny Cage. Haggar would pin Johnny Cage to end the match and seal the win, reestablishing himself as a threat.
The Bullies wanted to test their skills some more, so Haggar and Heavy would be taking on The Practice in the ring. Haggar would be the one to win the match, dropping Eggman on his head to put him away. Coming off of their win, they were placed in a Co-Op Contendership match with Billy and Jimmy Lee of The Dragons. However, rather early into the match, Billy Lee would hit the Mayor with a Dragon Suplex pin combo, taking everyone by surprise, and pinning Haggar in the process. Haggar would close his season with a match against Goemon, in which he would fall, unfortunately for the Mayor. Perhaps Haggar would find better luck in the following seasons.
Season 10: The Final BullyingEdit
The Mayor began his ninth season in the league with a bout against Nappa. Despite a strong showing, he fell in the end to a single Ghost Bomber DX from the Saiyan, sealing his loss. Haggar would later enter a Co-Op Contendership Tournament with Heavy, taking on ToeJam & Earl in the first round. After Groose had been messing with these aliens for the past few weeks, the Bullies wouldn't be able to pull through against the alien menace. Haggar, at one point, even grabbed a chair and took out his anger on ToeJam, but it wouldn't be enough as Earl would hit the Crash Landing on Heavy to end the match.
Two weeks later, the Challenge Tower event would come to pass. Haggar and Heavy were originally scheduled to take on Toejam, Earl, and Vegeta with Groose in their ranks, but the booking was changed, and the Mayor would take on Toejam & Earl again with Heavy. The Bullies wouldn't be able to stop history from repeating, and they would again fall to the likes of both aliens. Groose would go on to lose to Vegeta, too, rubbing salt in the wound for Haggar and the rest of his team. After taking five losses in a row, the Mayor looked to finally pick up a win, this time against former casual champion Arino. The two met in the ring, but the Chief would fall to the Mayor, giving Haggar his first win in five months.
Non-Royal Rumble RecordEdit
|2016-06-28||Kefka Palazzo, Chief Arino||Triple Threat||Loss||25-28-0||14-12-0 (54%)|
|2016-03-22||Dr. Robotnik, Guybrush Threepwood, Sonic, Waluigi, Zubaz||Six Man Elimination||Loss||25-27-0||14-12-0 (54%)||Casual #1 Contender's Match|
|2016-03-15||Duke Nukem, Break Man||Triple Threat Elimination||Win||25-26-0||14-12-0 (54%)|
|2016-02-02||Ganondorf||Singles||Loss||24-25-0||14-11-0 (56%)||Money in the Bank Qualifier Match|
|2015-12-01||Guile||I Quit||Win||24-24-0||14-10-0 (58%)|
|2015-09-29||Professor Layton||Extreme Rules||Loss||23-24-0||13-10-0 (56%)|
|2015-08-18||The BLU Rogues||Tag Team (w/ Groose)||Loss||23-23-0||13-9-0 (59%)|
|2015-07-21||The Fuckheads||Tornado Tag Team (w/ Heavy)||Loss||23-22-0||13-9-0 (59%)|
|2015-04-28||ToeJam & Earl||Tag Team (w/ Heavy)||Loss||22-21-0||12-9-0
|2015-04-14||ToeJam & Earl||Tag Team (w/ Heavy)||Loss||22-20-0||12-9-0
|Co-Op Championship #1 Contenders Tournament Quarterfinals|
|2015-01-20||The Dragons||Tag Team (w/ Heavy)||Loss||22-17-0||12-7-0 (63%)||Co-Op #1 Contendership|
|2015-01-13||The Practice||Tag Team (w/ Heavy)||Win||22-16-0||12-7-0 (63%)|
|2015-01-06||Dr. Wily, Guile, Johnny Cage||Fatal Four Way Extreme Rules||Win||21-16-0||12-7-0 (63%)||Pinned Johnny Cage to win|
|2014-12-23||PK Chu||Tag Team (w/ Heavy)||Loss||20-16-0||12-7-0 (63%)||Non-Title Match|
|2014-11-11||Goemon, Zangief||Triple Threat||Win||20-15-0||12-7-0 (63%)||Pinned Zangief after Zangief pinnned Goemon|
|2014-09-16||P.R.A.T.S.||Six-Man Elimination Tag (w/ Groose & Heavy)||Loss||19-15-0||12-7-0 (63%)||Tapped out to Jimmy Lee; End Game streak snapped|
|2014-08-26||Billy Lee (w/ Jimmy)||Singles||Win||19-14-0||12-7-0 (63%)||Managed by Heavy|
|2014-08-05||Goemon, Ness, Gabe Newell, Air Man, Solid Snake||Six-Man Elimination Battle Royale||Loss||18-14-0||11-7-0 (61%)||Eliminated first by Goemon|
|2014-07-15||Bowser||Extreme Rules||Loss||18-13-0||11-7-0 (61%)|
|2014-07-08||PK Chu||Tag Team (w/ Heavy)||Win||18-12-0||11-6-0 (65%)||Managed by Groose|
|2014-05-27||Johnny Cage||Backstage Brawl||Loss||17-12-0||11-6-0 (65%)|
|2014-05-13||Tingle||Singles, 2/3 Falls||Win||17-11-0||11-6-0 (65%)||Won 2-0|
|2014-04-15||Tingle||Extreme Rules||Loss||16-11-0||10-6-0 (63%)|
|2014-04-08||Tingle||Inferno||Win||16-10-0||10-5-0 (67%)||Post-Show Canon|
|2014-02-25||Adam Jensen, Gray Fox||Triple Threat||Win||15-10-0||9-5-0 (64%)||Pinned Adam Jensen|
|2014-02-11||Ring Rangers (Yellow, Blue, and Pink)||Handicap Backstage Brawl||Loss||14-10-0||9-5-0 (64%)|
|2014-01-28||Little Mac, AVGN, Bowser||Fatal Four Way Elimination||Loss||14-9-0||9-5-0 (64%)||VGCW Championship #1 Contender Match, Pinned first by Little Mac|
|2013-12-10||Gabe Newell||Singles||Loss||14-8-0||9-5-0 (64%)||Lost VGCW Championship|
|2013-11-26||Vegeta||Singles||Win||14-7-0||9-4-0 (71%)||Defended HIS VGCW Championship|
|2013-11-05||Charles Barkley||Singles||Win||13-7-0||9-4-0 (69%)||Defended VGCW Championship|
|2013-11-05||Little Mac||Singles||Win||12-7-0||8-4-0 (67%)||Won VGCW Championsip|
|2013-10-22||Groose, Mr. Satan, Sagat||Fatal Four Way||Win||11-7-0||7-4-0 (64%)||VGCW Championship #1 Contender Match|
|2013-10-15||Phoenix Wright, Dan Hibiki||Triple Threat||Win||10-7-0||7-4-0 (64%)|
|2013-10-08||Captain Falcon||Singles||Win||9-7-0||7-4-0 (64%)|
|2013-09-07||Air Man||Singles||Loss||8-7-0||6-4-0 (60%)|
|2013-07-20||Little Mac||Singles||Loss||8-6-0||6-3-0 (67%)||Lost VGCW Championship|
|2013-06-02||Groose||Singles||Win||8-5-0||6-2-0 (75%)||Won VGCW Championship|
|2013-05-29||Flint, Angry Video Game Nerd, Donkey Kong, Proto Man, Ryo Hazuki||Singles||Win||7-5-0||5-2-0 (71%)||VGCW Championship #1 Contender Match|
|2013-05-15||Kazuya Mishima||Singles||Win||6-5-0||5-2-0 (71%)|
|2013-05-11||Groose||Singles||Loss||5-5-0||4-2-0 (67%)||KotR Round 2, Lost by Submission|
|2013-05-11||Kazuya Mishima||Singles||Win||5-4-0||4-1-0 (80%)||KotR Round 1, Won by Ring Break|
|2013-04-23||Charles Barkley, Adam Jensen, Segata Sanshiro, Luigi, Solid Snake||Money in the Bank||Loss||4-4-0||3-1-0 (75%)|
|2013-03-26||Wario, Segata Sanshiro, Pyro, Tingle, Arino||Hell in a Cell||Loss||4-3-0||3-1-0 (75%)||Casual Championship Contender Match|
|2013-03-12||Adam Jensen||Singles||Loss||4-2-0||3-1-0 (75%)||General Manager Tournament Match|
|2013-02-18||Mr. Satan||Singles||Win||4-1-0||3-0-0 (100%)||General Manager Tournament Match|
|2013-01-22||Ganondorf, Dr. Eggman, Gabe Newell, Zangief, Waluigi||Elimination Chamber||Loss||3-1-0||2-0-0 (100%)||For VGCW Championship match|
|2013-01-16||Sabin Rene Figaro, Donkey Kong, Barret Wallace, Zangief, Wreck-It Ralph||Six-Man Battle Royale||Win||3-0-0||2-0-0 (100%)|
|2013-01-01||CM Punk||Singles||Win||1-0-0||1-0-0 (100%)||Debut; VGCW vs. WWE|
|VGCW Active Roster|
|Real People||Chief Arino|
|Nintendo||Bowser · Captain Falcon · Flint · Ganondorf · Groose · Red · Reyn · Ridley · Toad · Waluigi|
|Sega||Dr. Eggman · Earl · Kanji Tatsumi · Knuckles the Echidna · Sonic the Hedgehog · Toejam · Vyse|
|Capcom||Air Man · Asura · Break Man · Dante (DmC) · Dan Hibiki · Dr. Wily · Guile · M. Bison · Mike Haggar · Miles Edgeworth · Phoenix Wright · Zangief|
|Konami||Dracula · Ebisumaru · Goemon · Senator Armstrong · Solid Snake|
|Anime||Gary Oak · Nappa · Vegeta|