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Thesaurus for street fight

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for street fight

1) A popular videogame series created by Capcom in 1987, which has spawned fifteen sequels, prequels, and revisions. With its trademark 6-button layout and CPS engines, the series has constantly set new standards to fighting games.

Though the series has a large variety of characters with their own unique style of play, the most popular characters have always been Ryu and Ken, because of their signature fighting style and appearances. It is also mistaken that Ryu is always the main character in the Street Fighter games, because he is the most recognizable.


Street Fighter-Originally focused around a Japanese fighter named Ryu, a student of the martial art form known as Ansatsuken(mistaken for Shotokan karate in the US). Ryu wins the first Street Fighter tournament against Sagat, when he transforms into Satsu no Hadou Ryu("Evil Ryu"), delivering a Shoryuken so powerful Sagat bears a huge scar on his chest.

Street Fighter Alpha series-A prequel to the events occured in Street Fighter 2. Composes of two main storylines: Ryu deciding whether he should accept the Satsu no Hadou that Akuma gave into or not, and the rise, fall, and ressurection of M.Bison, the leader of Shadowloo. Ryu decides to not give into Satsu no Hadou, and M.Bison is destroyed, thanks to Charlie's sacrifice by destroying Bison's source of power.

Street Fighter 2-Official storyline of Street Fighter 2 is in Super Street Fighter 2: Turbo Revival. M.Bison is revived by having his soul transferred into a new body, and he holds the second Street Fighter tournament to find strong opponents and for a new body host. While there is no real main character in SF2, it is suspected that Guile is the winner of the tournament, because while everybody's ending happens, Guile's is the only one that requires him defeating Bison, so by logic, that would make him the winner. Bison is officially killed by Akuma after the tournament.

Street Fighter 3-Storyline doesn't officially start until 2nd Impact. Gill, leader of a cult called "Illuminati" who also seems to have a really bad case of the Jesus complex, holds the 3rd Street Fighter tournament to find those worthy to be saved by Illuminati. The hero of Street Fighter 3 is Alex, who is officially the winner of the 3rd tournament. Gill declares Alex to be "the one", and pursues him thereafter.

Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike-Epilogue of 2nd Impact, and currently the last Street Fighter game in the series, regarding storyline. In the style of the Alpha series, 3rd Strike shows what everyone has been up to one year after the 3rd tournament has ended. The main character is Chun-Li, who is out to search for a girl that was kidnapped by Urien.


2) Movies done by Sonny Chiba, seen recently on "Kill Bill".
Street Fighter Anniversary Collection composes of all five variations of the SF2 series, as well as Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike! WHOA MAN!!!
by aku September 13, 2004
1. Japanese in origin, it simply means "Dragon."

2. An emotionally detached, wandering closet neurotic who also happens to be the focal point of Capcom's immensely popular "Street Fighter" series. Since the mid-1980s, this enigmatic drifter has searched the globe far-and-wide looking for the true meaning of "the fight."

His one and only friend is the arrogant and haughty bi-ethnic rich boy Ken Masters, who somehow, with all of the monetarial wealth he posesses, cannot purchase a pair of tweezers and tweeze his overtly bushy eyebrows.

Did I mention that he (Ryu) may also be psychologically disturbed?

Kyle: I think that Ryu should be the poster-boy for all vagrants out there.

Lou: What the hell's a 'vagrant'?
by Magmeezie August 27, 2003
It literally means "know" in Scottish. Can also mean "know what i mean?" in Scottish.
1.Scottie: "Dae ye ken him?"
Translation: "Do you know him?"

2.Scottie: "It's fucked up, ken?"
Translation: "It's fucked up, know what i mean?"
by Glock21 September 24, 2005
A Japanese video game company. Known for classic titles such as Mega Man, Street Fighter, and Resident Evil. You know... Capcom is a lot like Elvis. Awesome and revolutionary in its younger years... but then it got old and fat and lazy and is eventually gonna die in the crapper. Also has plenty of impersonators.
Capcom sure did make some awesome games... still does every once in a while...
by DrZaius July 04, 2004
A Manifestation of ones ki, In this case in a fireball-like form. Exhibited in the street fighter series by characters such as ken,ryu,sakura,akuma,dan(to a lesser extent) and so on. In the true street fighter canon,it is said that the temperature can be anywhere from a "cold bath" "to a hot bath" in which the heat of the hadouken plays a small part in the damage aspect. it is the actual force of the energy that does that damage. So it feels like a "super hard punch".
Sakura's hadouken is the temperature of a tepid bath.
by nick harmer August 28, 2005
A Japanese phrase that literally translates to "rising dragon punch", used to describe one of the most powerful strikes utilized in the martial art discipline of Shotokan Karate depicted in the popular Capcom video game series, Street Fighter.
Ryu exclaims "shoryuken", while leaping upwards to deliver an uppercut punch to his opponent.
by Ken January 15, 2004
1. From Japanese Ha Dou (Wave or Surge) and Ken (Fist, Technique, or Attack); a blastwave or fireball formed from a martial artist's life energy (or ki/ch'i). The hands are brought together, heels of the palms touching, and moved to beside the fighter's waist (which is as close as one can get to the center of the body, where the most ch'i gathers). The energy is then focused into the hands, and when both arms are thrown forward, palms outward, the energy wave is fired in the same direction as the double palm punch. Very similar in nature to other ch'i-based fireball attacks, including Son Goku's _kamehameha_, Piccolo's _ma kou sen_, the fireballs used by Liu Kang and Johnny Cage, and other cast members of Mortal Kombat, Fatal Fury, and especially Street Fighter. The Hadoken technique itself was developed by the shotokan karate master Gotetsu, who taught it to his disciple Goken, who in turn taught it to Ryu and Ken Masters, along with his other special techniques, the ShoRyuKen (Dragon Power Fist) and the TatsuMakiSenPuKyaku (Hurricane Kick).

2. In the webcomic _8-Bit Theater_, by Brian Clevinger, the character Black Mage casts a 9th-level spell called Hadoken. The spell seems to be a pumped-up version of the Final Fantasy I spell "NUKE" (also called "FLARE" in later sequels of the game), though in Final Fantasy I, there were only 8 spell levels (9 being the number of spell levels traditionally used in Dungeons & Dragons).
You do not yet have enough power to produce the Hadouken.
by Ice Ninja September 08, 2003
Character from Street Figher. Akuma goes by the name of Gouki in the Japanese versions of Street Fighter.

Deadly in the hands of pros, but most idiots just throw fireballs and try to do his special move "Raging Demon" or "Shungokusatsu" until they just give up and call the game gay.

Remember folks speed is everything.
LP,LP,-->, LK, HP
Akuma is the slayer of all...until some dumbass gets the controller.
by SaintFuse February 08, 2004
The only thing that's fun to do anymore.
Real life sucks.
by Human July 29, 2003
Mortal Kombat is a tournament held once a generation in order to protect the realm of earth from merging with Outworld, the reason for the Mortal Kombat tournament is because the Elder Gods wanted to give the Earthrealm warriors a chance to defend their realm. Elite fighters from Earth, Outworld, the Netherealm, and the realm of Edenia take part in this tournament. The first ever Mortal Kombat winner was Kung Lao. Today the champion of Mortal Kombat is Liu Kang, but he has been recently been killed by the Deadly Alliance of Shang Tsung and Quan Chi. With Liu Kang dead and the Deception of Mortal Kombat coming soon, led by the Dragon King, who will save Earth from a full scaled assault from the Dragon King and his resurected army? Stay tuned Come Deception, October 2004.
Goro defeated Kung Lao in the Mortal Kombat tournament 11 generations ago to end Kung Lao's reign as Mortal Kombat Champion.
by SubScorpTile August 06, 2004