Top 10 Punch-Out Characters that are the Biggest Stereotypes

The Top Ten
1 Glass Joe

Basically half of my friends...

2 Narcis Prince
3 Soda Popinski Soda Popinski is a fictional Russian boxer from Nintendo's Punch-Out!! He first appeared in the arcade version of Super Punch-Out!! in 1984 under the name Vodka Drunkenski before being renamed Soda Popinski in Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! for censorship reasons. Soda's offense consists of throwing super fast uppercuts and occasionally bringing out his soda bottle and drinking it to refill his stamina. The player can knock away his soda bottle which ends up angering him and unleashing a barrage of uppercuts.
4 Bear Hugger Bear Hugger is a Canadian lumberjack boxer who first appeared in the arcade version of Super Punch-Out!!
5 Super Macho Man Super Macho Man is a fictional boxer in the Punch-Out video game series first appearing in the arcade version of Super Punch-Out!! as the WVBA World Champion, hes arrogant, cocky and a total show off.
6 Great Tiger A fictional boxer from India from the Punch-Out series first appearing in the arcade version of Super Punch-Out in 1984, in later games he has mystical powers that he uses to teleport & summon clones in order to confuse the players making him one of the most trickiest opponents to fight.
7 Heike Kagero
8 Dragon Chan

I voted because his face looks like the cross between a donkey and an ape and then fell 3 floors out of a window.

So mad I can't beat him

9 Aran Ryan

Iconic for cheating

10 Piston Honda

Isn't Nintendo Japanese? It ain't stereotypes, this is culturally appropriate for being made in Japan

The Contenders
11 Von Kaiser A German boxer who first appeared in Mike Tyson's Punch-out!! for the original NES as the second opponent in the game, Kaiser would return along with several others characters in Punch-Outt!! for the Nintendo Wii, Kaiser is one of the easiest opponents next to Glass Joe as it doesn't take much to take him down and can even be KO'd with just five punches, in Title Defense Mode Von Kaiser becomes more confident and aggressive after being knocked down Kaiser will unleash a corkscrew punch that will knock down the player if not properly dodged.
12 Mr. Sandman
13 Pizza Pasta

Italian guy, And his name is Pizza Pasta.
Does anything really need to be said?

14 Don Flamenco

Spanish - Is a largely self-proclaimed "ladies' man" who incorporates matador dance moves from his former bullfighting career into his fighting style in a way that is so hilariously cheesy that it actually has to be seen to be believed; he can be effectively French-slapped to death in both the NES and Wii versions, though he is actually shockingly challenging in the latter version if you don't know the new "secret codes" for the French-slapping trick. In his first match on NES, however, he's actually even easier to beat than Glass Joe.

Also rather surprisingly, his initial loss to Mac somewhat deflates his ego and causes him to take his career WAY more seriously in the rematch in both the NES and Wii versions alike (in the Wii version's case, a big part of it is also him going emo over the loss of his girlfriend)

15 Doc Louis Jerome "Doc" Louis is a fictional character from the Punch-Out!! series as Little Mac's trainer and mentor a former heavyweight boxing champion who loves chocolate bars and gives useful advise to Mac between rounds.

African American: Fat Albert with a chocolate fetish. Nothing more really needs to be said here.

16 Hoy Quarlow
17 Masked Muscle
18 Bob Charlie
19 Mad Clown
20 King Hippo King Hippo is a fictional boxer from Nintendo's Punch-Out!! series. King Hippo first appeared on the Nintendo Entertainment System game Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!, as the second competitor in the Major Circuit.
21 Mr. Dream
22 Disco Kid
23 Bald Bull Bald Bull is a fictional character in the Punch-Out!! video game series created by Nintendo. Depicted as a bald Turkish boxer from Istanbul, he serves as a non-playable opponent who fights Little Mac.
24 Little Mac Little Mac is a fictional boxer and the main protagonist in Nintendo's Punch-Out!! series of video games. He first appeared in Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!. He is the smallest and youngest of all the boxers in the games, being only 17 years old across all Punch-Out!! games. His signature attack is the "Star Uppercut".
25 Gabby Jay
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