Character sourced from: Sci-Fi

Marty McFly

CBUB Wins: 1
CBUB Losses: 2
Win Percentage: 33.33%

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Read more about Marty McFly at: Wikipedia

Official Site: Universal Studios

Martin "Marty" McFly is a fictional character and the main protagonist in the Back to the Future film trilogy, and is portrayed by actor Michael J. Fox. Marty was also the main protagonist in the animated series where he was voiced by David Kaufman.

Marty was born in Hill Valley, California. He and his family are of Irish descent. Little is known about Marty's life prior to the first Back to the Future film, except for the fact that he accidentally set his parents' living room rug on fire when he was 8.

In 1985, Marty plays lead guitar with his group The Pinheads

Although Marty is often accident prone and sometimes thought to lack critical thinking skills, he is nevertheless brave in the face of danger and can be very resourceful and clever. He has shown some good and basic street fighting skills in the movies. He often throws punches in hand to hand confrontations. His major character flaw is his pride, which causes him to take unnecessary risks to show others that he is not a coward, as demonstrated throughout various points throughout the trilogy. However, in the third film, when his ancestor Seamus McFly points out that Seamus's brother, Martin, was killed in an argument where someone questioned his bravery, Marty began to re-think his stance on what other people thought of him. This was highlighted when Marty refused to race Needles, despite Needles goading him into a race, thus avoiding the "automobile accident" involving the Rolls Royce, therefore changing his future for the better.

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Fantasy Teams Season 10 Record:

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Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Loss Princess Leia Organa 2 to 8
Loss Richard O'Connell 4 to 5

Regular play Record:

Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Philip J. Fry 17 to 11