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Mike Tyson highlights paired with Street Fighter II is magic

It took over 20 years for someone to mash these things together and the end result is pretty great.

Ever played Street Fighter II and said to yourself "Balrog sure looks a lot like Mike Tyson"? Finally someone look the logical jump of applying his theme music and sound effects to Tyson highlights and the result is magical.

Fun fact: Characters in the Japanese version of the game have different names to their American counterparts, solely because developer Capcom feared a lawsuit from Tyson. The character we known as "Balrog" is "M. Bison" in Japan, yeah... that's a little too close to his name. Meanwhile the clawed Spanish cage fighter is "Balrog" while the final boss and psycho-powered dictator is "Vega."

We love this video, regardless of the round-robin of names to avoid lawsuit. Maybe we'll see face tattoos added to Street Fighter V, that will always be the dream.

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