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After Mike Haggar was elected Mayor of Metro City and vowed to clean up the streets, Guy and his training partner, Cody, set out to fight Mad Gear and rescue Cody's girlfriend, Jessica. After the events of Final Fight, Guy continues his training which is now nearing completion, and eventually the grandmaster of the Bushinryu style, Zeku, acknowledges him as a worthy potential successor to the art. However, there can only be one grandmaster at a time, and Zeku reveals that they must now fight to determine who shall lead. Guy ended up winning the battle and became the 39th heir to the Bushinryu art. After the battle, Zeku warns him of an evil force which threatens to corrupt the world, before disappearing. Guy resolves to defeat the evil that his predecessor warned him of. In the SF6 timeline, Kimberly invited herself to become Guy's student.

It is soon evident that the evil that Zeku spoke of is Shadaloo, and Guy sets out to destroy it. In his investigations he encounters a mysterious woman named Rose, who is determined to destroy Shadaloo's leader, M. Bison. Guy attempts to dissuade her from her quest in an attempt to protect her, but she continues on regardless. As Guy continues in his search for Shadaloo, he encounters his old friend Cody. However, the reunion is not a happy one... Cody, restless for streetfighting, has been unable to adjust to a life of peace. He has become a merciless vigilante, has been locked up for his violent rampages, and is now an escaped convict.

Guy realizes that Cody's fight against crime was never motivated by justice but by a love of fighting; the two then have their own battle but after they both calmed down, Guy accepted that his friend had to live his own life. When Guy asked if Cody would stay in Metro City, he replied that he still had traveling to do and the pair continues their journeys. Guy bids him farewell, realizing that deep down inside, Cody is still a good person. Guy is later confronted by Maki, who challenges him for his title. Guy does not acknowledge her as worthy, however, and the fight is not a death match. Soon Maki is forced to concede defeat, but asserts that she is not about to give up.

During the events of SSF4, Guy decides to target S.I.N. and eventually runs into Cody, who once again escaped from prison. The two face off in a duel and although the result is unknown, Cody continues on his way, leaving Guy with the words "people change - I've changed, you've changed".
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Page Updated:  April 17th, 2024

The contrast of old and new is what makes Guy a great and badass design. His fighting style and attire, although modern-looking, is still based off of traditional Ninjitsu, among other traditional strong martial arts. Nothing but a cool and perfect recipe for a hit fighting game character. This beat-em-up bad boy was so cool, he casually arrived in the Street Fighter series without anyone expecting it. A Final Fight fan setting their eyes on Guy for the first time, in Street Fighter? Now, that was a good day.

I was really glad Capcom brought him back in Super Street Fighter 4. He deserved that return, and it helped popularity for his design. Guy was also one of the best-looking SF4 characters, I might add. Everyone knows that, right? "Eternal Sadness." Great English voice actor. lol. Seeing Guy's style transfer over to Kimberly was also a pretty cool thing to happen in 2023. Guy's legacy lives on! C'mon Capcom, let's have Guy in SF6.

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