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"I'm amazed that you're still breathing!" His main reason for working for Shadaloo is to become rich and famous so he can spend his life on easy street. "If you get up, I'm just gonna put you back down!" I'm not through with you yet!" n/a Rating. He wears blue boxing trunks with white trimming and a torn white shirt under a blue tank top.

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You may need to download version 2.0 now from the Still seeking the title of world's strongest fighter, he has since taken to street fighting. n/a Rating. 0 Tips. Dash Punch (Running Straight) n/a Rating. Can't take a punch?" Disappointed, Balrog said he was useless, though he decided that he could be useful later and took him away.

Special Attack Dash Straight. As Bison sought the box known as Pandora so as to obtain its power, he ordered Balrog and In their ending, they set off on their journey, beating the other fighters seeking Pandora and finally defeated Balrog appears as a support spirit that boosts a fighter's neutral special move. Balrog discovers that his master survived the destruction of the Psycho Drive and has returned and is hosting a tournament known as "The World Warrior". "Everybody has a plan until they get hit." Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Balrog then joined Shadaloo and worked his way up the ranks, becoming one of On a mission for Bison, Balrog killed an elephant belonging to Dhalsim with one punch.

All Details. Note again, at the enlarged image, the word "Bison" written at the waist of his trunks. He wears red boxing gloves and boxing shoes. He once killed an elephant with a single blow. n/a Rating. He is the first and, thus far, only African-American villain in the series not counting other versions. 0 Tips.

Dash Upper. His next major appearance was in Street Fighter Alpha 3. Balrog would become a playable character in subsequent revisions of the game, beginning with Street Fighter II: Champion Edition. 0 Tips. n/a Rating . Balrog in Street Fighter II' Turbo.

He was given the task of protecting Bison’s replacement bodies, but he was unsatisfied with the job. That said, he is at least smart enough to pull off simple tasks during Bision's schemes. Balrog grew up in poverty, but eventually became a heavyweight champion boxer and prizefighter. "Hey, what happened? Balrog Ultra Street Fighter 2 moves Overview.

Balrog began thinking of a way to make more money and eventually infiltrated the headquarters of However, a mark in the shape of Shadaloo’s symbol glowed on his hand and Balrog realized that he could possess valuable secrets. You're here already?! Balrog would become a playable character in subsequent revisions of the game, beginning with Street Fighter II: Champion Edition. "That was a Hard Punch!" His hairstyle consists of short hair in what appears to be wide cornrows; this hairstyle is similar to Mike Tyson's haircuts from the time His first alternate costume is a business attire similar in design to the one he wore in His second costume has a little resemblance to his primary outfit but in a United States flag motif. Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix Edit "What's wrong?

Dash Upper. Balrog (known as Mike Bison in Japanese) is a former boxer who works for Shadaloo and a villain from the Street Fighter series serving as one of the main villains from Street Fighter II onwards.

Birdie: No! His spirit battle is a stamina battle against Little Mac on the Omega form of Fourside where all fighters have reduced jump height. Balrog is characterized as a belligerent street-raised boxer seeking the "American Dream" and one of the "Four Devas" (Shitennou, "Four Heavenly Kings") of Shadaloo. Instead of possessing three punch attacks and three kick attacks like the rest of the cast, he has six punches, with the kick buttons generally (but not always) used for low blows while the punch buttons are used for high blows. Street Fighter 1987 - Arcade Longplay with Ryu - …

He was permanently banned from boxing after injuring many of his opponents with illegal moves (particularly his headbutt) and accidentally killing one. Balrog is a skilled boxer, but his fighting style has a number of moves not allowed in boxing such as stomping on his opponent’s feet and headbutting. All Details. Balrog's portrait from Street Fighter II' Turbo.

Notice that his Japanese name, Bison, is written on his belt. Balrog is also attracted to all of the women that he meets, with Chun Li being the only exception. His moves include Dash Straight, a powerful charging punch, Buffalo Head, where Balrog leaps into the air, striking his opponent with his head, Gigaton Blow, a powerful turning punch, where he charges into his opponent, and Dirty Bull, where he grabs his opponent, head butts them, stomps on their foot, and finishes by hitting them in the face with his elbow.

Balrog Street Fighter 2 Turbo moves Overview. On another occasion, he was ordered to kill Birdie and agreed, despite not knowing why.

However, the Psycho Drive was destroyed and Balrog realized that he had not been paid recently. Balrog is cruel, greedy, selfish, arrogant, murderous, sadistic, loathsome, pugnacious, belligerent, manipulative, and temperamental, so he focuses constantly on profiting for himself, possessing a vicious mean streak. Special Moves Buffalo Headbutt.

Street Fighter II: Champion Edition - Balrog (Arcade) Hardest - Duration: 26:52. However, he was banned from boxing because of his illegal moves, permanently injuring his opponents, and eventually killing one. His spirit is one of the few that must be obtained in the World of Light first before appearing on the Spirit Board or purchased at the Vault Shop. 0 Tips. n/a Rating.