Top 10 Biggest Frauds in the Street Fighter Franchise

SF characters that absolutely are not what they pretend to be.
The Top Ten
1 Twelve

Despite how much he wants Third Strike's players to think that he is a powerful and scary beast, the version of him that appears in Third Strike's gameplay is so goofy, weak and generally pathetic that he almost makes Dan look like a "top tier" character; in fact, he might actually be even more "bottom tier" than Third Strike's main Joke Character (its version of Sean)

2 Gill

He is SF3's main villain but sees himself as SF3's main hero

3 Dan Hibiki

His fighting style is called "The Strongest Style" but actually is incredibly close to being "The Weakest Style" due to the fact that he is one of the Street Fighter franchise's playable characters; also, he calls said fighting style "one that he invented" despite the fact that its actual inventors far-too-clearly are/were immensely more skilled fighters that he is an extremely mediocre imitator of (Ryu, Akuma, Ken, Sagat, Gouken, Oro, et cetera)

4 Sodom

He is American but pretends that he is Asian

5 Remy

He is a pompous emo douchebag who basically hates everyone and everything and thinks that his life is the SF franchise's worst one due to the fact that his father has abandoned him while his sister has died; Dan also has a dead father, in addition to having an existence whose only purpose is allowing Capcom to mock SNK for how blatantly it copied Ryu and Ken by creating Ryo and Robert, yet Dan has handled said problems gracefully enough to actually be one of the SF franchise's happiest characters (also, Necro has become another one of the SF franchise's most cheerful characters despite him being the result of a failed mutation experiment and therefore being seen as a worthless piece of garbage by his own creators)

6 El Fuerte

He calls himself "an amazing fighter" and "an amazing chef" despite the fact that he is incredibly mediocre as a fighter and often absolutely sucks as a chef

7 Dudley

He calls his favorite sport "one of art's highest forms",

yet his favorite sport is boxing (Balrog's favorite sport)

8 Alex

Despite how much he brags about being one of SF3's main characters,

he actually is one of SF3's least popular and most "low tier" characters

9 Q

Despite how badly he wants Third Strike's players to think that his "secret agent" disguise is flawless and makes figuring out who he is completely impossible, his fighting style basically is an even more brutish version of Balrog's while at least two of the characters that appear in his Arcade Mode ending in Third Strike look like him QUITE a bit while also basically being detectives

10 Necro

Despite the fact that he constantly shows off the "uniqueness" of his powers,

said powers are blatant clones of Dhalsim's stretching ability and Blanka's zapping ability

The Contenders
11 Sean Matsuda
12 Dhalsim Dhalsim is a video game character in Capcom's Street Fighter series. He made his first appearance in Street Fighter II: The World Warrior in 1991. In the series, he is a yogi, a husband, a father, and a pacifist who goes against his beliefs by entering the World Warrior tournament to raise money for more.
13 Birdie
14 G
15 Blanka
16 E. Honda
17 Balrog Balrog, also known as Boxer, is a fictional character in Capcom's Street Fighter series. He made his first appearance in Street Fighter II: The World Warrior in 1991.
18 Vega Vega, is a fictional character from the Street Fighter fighting game series by Capcom. Vega is a mask-wearing, claw-wielding fighter from Spain who uses a personal fighting style combining Japanese ninjutsu and Spanish bullfighting, earning him the nickname of "Spanish Ninja".
19 Skullomania
20 Oro
21 Urien
22 Zangief Zangief, often called the Red Cyclone, is a character in Capcom's Street Fighter series. Considered to be the first fighting game character whose moveset is centered on grappling, he made his first appearance in Street Fighter II: The World Warrior in 1991.
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