Super Macho Man

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is a fictional character in the Nintendo-produced Punch-Out!! series of video games. He is an American boxer, hailing from Hollywood, California. He first appeared in Super Punch-Out!! for the arcade, and again in Punch-Out!! for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Super Punch-Out!! for the Super NES, and Punch-Out!! for the Wii. He was designed by Makoto Wada for the NES version, and by Eddie Viser for the Wii version. He was voiced by Mike Inglehart for the Wii version as well. He is a professional bodybuilder, as well as a Hollywood celebrity. He is tanned, and very muscular, often showing this off by flexing his pectoral muscle or his arms. He wears gold earrings, a gold necklace, sunglasses, and has a gold tooth. He also wears a speedo that says his name on them.

Since appearing in Super Punch-Out!! for the arcades, Super Macho Man has received mostly positive reception. He has been featured in several sets of merchandise, and has been described as a memorable character of the series by G4TV and Sports Illustrated. Several news outlets have compared him to wrestler Macho Man Randy Savage, while IGN editor Jesse Schedeen also compared him to "Superstar" Billy Graham. IGN also used him flexing his pectoral muscles as an example of flamboyance in their review of Cho Aniki. GamesRadar editor Brett Elston called him both a parody of Hollywood celebrities and a parody of the way people treat Hollywood celebrities.

Super Macho Man is an American boxer, hailing from Hollywood, California. He first appeared in Super Punch-Out!! for the arcade, and again in Punch-Out!! for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Super Punch-Out!! for the Super NES, and Punch-Out!! for the Wii. He was designed by Makoto Wada for the NES version, and by Eddie Viser for the Wii version. He was voiced by Mike Inglehart for the Wii version as well. An ESRB description of Punch-Out!! for the Wii mentioned a boxer who flexed his pectoral muscles, leading editor Stephen Totilo to question whether this was Super Macho Man or not. He is tanned and very muscular, often showing this off by flexing his pectoral muscle or his arms. He wears gold earrings, a gold necklace, sunglasses, and has a gold tooth. He also wears a speedo that says his name on them. While he has black hair in the NES version of Punch-Out!!, he has grey hair in all of the others.

Since appearing in Super Punch-Out!! for the arcade, Super Macho Man has received mostly positive reception. He has been featured in multiple sets of merchandise, including a series of Punch-Out!!-themed Topps trading cards and a series of Punch-Out!!-themed action figure. Both G4TV and [[Sports Illustrated called him a memorable character. Super Macho Man was featured on the cover of Gamefan as part of the cover story on Super Punch-Out!! for the Super NES. GamesRadar editor Chris Antista listed it as one of the greatest video game covers, owing its quality to Super Mahco Man's "iconic pose" featured on the cover. 1UP.com editor Kat Bailey, while finding issue with Super Punch-Out!! for the Super NES replacing King Hippo, Glass Joe, and Piston Honda with Gabby Jay, Piston Hurricane, and Bear Hugger, found solace in the fact that Super Macho Man returned for it.

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