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Since all the characters of Punch Out!! Wii and MTPO have their own Chewiki articles, they're having a Punch-Out!! party!








Punch-Out!! is a popular boxing video game series made by Nintendo. The series started with Punch-Out!! in the arcade, and became famous with the NES game, Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!. Recently, a sequel was released for Wii, resulting in much rejoicing.


Little Mac is a boxer who is incredibly short. He went to 200 trainers and was rejected 200 times, until he met Doc Louis. With Doc, Mac joins the World Video Boxing Association and fights to be the champion.

The Games

  • Punch-Out!! (arcade, 1984)
  • Boxing (Micro Vs. System/Game & Watch, 1984)
  • Arm Wrestling (A spin-off with a Bald Bull cameo (As Mask X), arcade, 1985)
  • Super Punch-Out!! (arcade, 1985)
  • Punch-Out!! (Famicom, 1987, the Japanese-only game that was released in a gold color as a prize for winners in a golf tournament; about 10,000 were released and it costs 25,000 yen nowadays)
  • Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (NES, 1987, the most popular version of Punch-Out!! before the Nintendo Wii's version was announced; also, it obviously features Mike Tyson as the last boss in this game)
  • Punch-Out!! (Mirco Vs. System/Game & Watch, 1988/1990, Was re-released to promote the release of Punch-Out!! - Featuring Mr. Dream)
  • Punch-Out!! - Featuring Mr. Dream (NES, 1990; Virtual Console, 2007, a reprint of MTPO replacing the immensly popular Mike Tyson with a fictional champion named Mr. Dream; is also a heavy-hitter for the Virtual Console despite having no Mike Tyson involved and having a few dialogue changes; can also be playable as a rare NES game that you could get in Animal Crossing for the Nintendo Gamecube)
  • Super Punch-Out!! (SNES, 1994/1996; Virtual Console, 2009; can also be playable in the Nintendo Gamecube's version of EA's Fight Night Round 2)
  • Punch-Out!! (Wii, 2009)
  • Doc Louis's Punch-Out!! (WiiWare [For Platinum Members of Club Nintendo Only], 2009, essentially a demo of the Wii Punch-Out!!, you play as Little Mac with Doc Louis as your opponent.)


In case you haven't caught on, there's not one woman in the main series, but there are a bunch of shirtless guys. That's kinda gay.

Arm Wrestling Characters

  • Texas Mac - A cowboy from Texas who loves rodeos.
  • Kabuki - A sumo wrestler who's also is an arm wrestler in his spare time. He's also a long-lost cousin of E. Honda.
  • Mask X - Who exactly is this "Mask X" fellow that many speak of?
  • Alice - An ugly bitch who built her partner Ape III because she has no friends.
  • Ape III - A soulless robot who obeys her partner Alice. Also, he cheats by using a magnet to help him out.
  • Frank Jr. - He's the son of Frankenstein who's a master at arm wrestling, even though he cheats by saying "Wait!" and holding his opposite hand up with "Wait!" tattooed on it. That could mean that he's either going to blow fire from his mouth, or he'll do a huuuuuuuuuuuuge push to help him out.
  • The Challenger - He's the protagonist (LOLWUT?!) in Arm Wrestling (as well as the arcade's version of both Punch-Out!! and Super Punch-Out!!). He likes saying weird stuff while arm wrestling such as "Yak-a-bong!", "Getchabong!", and "Frap-a-go!" He strives for money and when he wins, he sometimes says "Wow, Yahoo-Yahoo!!" Also, he's the guy you play as in the arcade Punch-Out!! games and he has a wheeze that's similar to what Mama Luigi has as seen when he wins his championship.
  • The Organizer/Ringmaster - He created this arm wrestling organization and he's here to let you know who you're going to face-off against next. He also throw bags of money to The Challenger, which could be sooooooooooooo big that they actually appear to be invisible (I'm not joking about that at all.).
  • The Sexy Chick Who Says "Ready? Go!" - She's here to begin the arm wrestling match. She can also shoot bullets from her index finger. Yep, she's indeed strange.


Sometimes used in YTPMVs and other stuff. It appears to be that out of all the installments in the series, the Wii game is used most.

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  • TimoteiLSD
  • OudieStadium07
  • Hermit527

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Further Information

A game called Doc Louis' Punch-Out!! was released for those who got Platinum status on Club Nintendo before a certain date. The game is a standalone WiiWare title that allows Mac to fight Doc Louis.

Guess you should have JOINED CLUB NINTENDO TODAY, MAC!


  • The Bruiser Brothers (Rick & Nick) were originally planned to be in the new Punch-Out!! game for the Nintendo Wii. However, they were scrapped due to not having enough personalities to be memorable.
  • Those who created Punch-Out!! for the Nintendo Wii stated that the reason why they mostly put the guys from the NES' version of Punch-Out!! on the Wii's version was because that they were a much better thing to do than create a whole bunch of new guys. Besides, it was also served as a great homage to the NES.
  • There's a rip-off of this series for the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, and Amstrad computers entitled "Frank Bruno's (World Championship) Boxing." It's basically a watered-down, modified port of Super Punch-Out!! from the arcades. In this game, you play as some dude named Frank Bruno instead of Little Mac. There's also some guys who were rip-offs of Bear Hugger, Dragon Chan, and Vodka Drunkenski Soda Popinski named "The Canadian Crusher," "Fling Long Chop," and "Andra Puncharedov" respectively. As if that wasn't bad enough, they decided to make themselves racist by naming some of their boxers with terrible names like "Antipodean Andy", "Tribal Trouble", "Ravioli Mafiosi", and even "Frenchie France." Also, this game decided to use Rocky Balboa's music instead of trying something original.
  • Another rip-off of the Punch-Out!! games was named "Power Punch II." Nintendo originally supervised the game made by Beam Software until they disowned it. Later on, in 1992, it would be released by American Softworks Corp. instead. It had a guy named Mark Tyler fighting against the best guys of the universe. The game sucked, but it was originally supposed to be called "Mike Tyson's Intergalactic Power Punch". However, it was changed to Power Punch II due to the rape charges that Mike Tyson had, as well as his loss to James "Buster" Douglas. Believe it or not, you could get the original game by many cartrige reproduction companies.
  • All hope was not completely lost for Punch-Out!! ripoffs, for there was one for the Gameboy Advance called "Wade Hixton's Counter Punch," which was released in 2004. It involves a guy named Wady Hixton, who's car broke down one day and he must fight random people in order to get his car back in shape. Wade Hixton's Counter Punch is basically like a tribute of the Punch-Out!! series. It pushes the Gameboy Advance's graphical display to it's limits, which is definately a good sign, at least for graphic whores. However, a partial bad sign is that this game was designed by Destination Software Inc. (or DSI Games for short), who were the same guys who published the godawful M&M's Kart Racing game for the Nintendo Wii (i.e., APPROACHING SOUND BARRIER!!!). Thankfully, this game is actually good, as it has some of that great Punch-Out!! gameplay, but with some elements of its own that make it at least a little bit unique. Unfortunately, it doesn't have enough replay value for a second playthrough, but it's still a worthy pick-up, especially if you're indeed a Punch-Out!! fan.

Main Source For Poopers

VOLCANICINF3RNO (has nearly all cutscenes and gameplay videos from the Wii game)