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General M. Bison

CBUB Wins: 18
CBUB Losses: 17
Win Percentage: 51.43%

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Official Site: Capcom

M. Bison, is a video game character created by Capcom. First introduced in Street Fighter II: The World Warrior, he is a recurring character in the Street Fighter series of fighting game, acting as the final boss and primary antagonist of the Street Fighter II and Street Fighter Alpha series.

A would-be world dictator, and a pure incarnation of evil, M. Bison's ambition is to control the world's governments through his covert crime syndicate, . He serves as the host of Street Fighter II 's fighting tournament and is the last opponent fought in the game. Several Street Fighter characters—including Guile, T. Hawk, Cammy, Rose and Chun-Li—have their personal vendetta against M. Bison and have entered the tournament in the hope of having a shot at him. M. Bison wields an inherently evil energy known as Psycho Power.

In Japan, the character is named , derived from the star of the same name. However, during localization of Street Fighter II for the English language market, Capcom's North American branch felt that the name sounded non-threatening to North American audiences for the game's final boss, and was more suitable for the androgynous cage fighter Balrog. At this same time another concern arose that the name of another character, Mike Bison, conceived as a parody of real-life boxer Mike Tyson, would be a legal liability for Capcom. As a result, the characters swapped names, and the game's final boss was dubbed M. Bison for English language appearances of the character. Unlike the boxer, Capcom has never stated the meaning for the "M." in the American name, calling it "part of the character's mystery". Regardless, Bison has been adressed as Master Bison in Street Fighter Alpha 3 repeatedly, as well as in the animated movie. In his introduction before a fight in (Super) Street Fighter IV, he refers to himself as The Mighty Bison.

When developing Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie, it was decided to give him a more muscular appearance, rather than have him resemble "a middle aged man", while his face was modified to appear somewhat demonic.

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Fantasy Teams Season 4 Record:

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Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Kotal Kahn 12 to 8
Win Baby Bonnie Hood 10 to 3
Loss Raiden 6 to 10

Regular play Record:

Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Jin Kazama 48 to 33
Loss Red Skull 42 to 53
Loss Batman & Robin 37 to 59
Loss Excalibur 34 to 43
Win Sigma (Mega Man X) 50 to 41
Win Baron Zemo 49 to 44
Win G.I. Joe 57 to 54
Loss Iron Man 26 to 87
Loss Shao Kahn 55 to 60
Win The Boss 78 to 29
Loss Jin Kazama 47 to 52
Loss Ryu Hayabusa 46 to 52
Loss Snake-Eyes 39 to 49
Loss Raiden 49 to 70
Loss Doctor Doom 14 to 87
Win Sigma (Mega Man X) 24 to 2
Win Albert Wesker 18 to 17
Loss Mewtwo 11 to 19
Win Iori Yagami 25 to 9
Win Nightwolf 16 to 8
Win Heihachi Mishima 14 to 12
Win Robin (Tim Drake) 20 to 6
Win Albert Wesker 12 to 10
Win King Bowser 16 to 4
Loss Princess Zelda 5 to 10
Win Liu Kang 20 to 9
Win Goro 16 to 4
Loss The Avengers 6 to 21
Loss Kazuya Mishima 7 to 8
Loss Donquixote Doflamingo 1 to 4
Win Kyo Kusanagi 3 to 1
Loss Siegfried 2 to 3