Mr. Big
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Mr. Big was the crime boss of Southtown for many years, until he made the mistake of attacking the Kyokugen dojo. He was eventually overthrown by Geese Howard's organization, and later recruited by Geese himself. Mr. Big quickly advanced through the ranks and soon became Geese's right-hand man.
Before the events of Art of Fighting, Geese went out of town on business and left Mr. Big in charge. Under Geese's orders, Big abducted Takuma's daughter (Yuri) as an incentive to keep the unwilling father working for the organization. The plan backfired on them when Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia fought their way through Southtown, defeated Mr. Big, and rescued Yuri. In Art of Fighting 2, Big enters the tournament hosted by Geese to redeem himself and prove his power to those who once defeated him.

In 1996, Geese recruited Mr. Big and Wolfgang Krauser to form a team for the King of Fighters tournament. Mr. Big accepted the invitation under the conditions of possibly expanding the his own crime organization. At the end of King of Fighters '96, it is revealed that Geese used his teammates to gauge the strength of the Orochi power. Mr. Big was enraged and attempted to kill Geeze using a sniper, but his plan is thwarted by Billy Kane. Later, Mr. Big warns Geese that he will one day return the favor again.
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Art of Fighting



Art of Fighting 2, The King of Fighters '96, The King of Fighters '98: Ultimate Match, The King of Fighters XI, SNK Vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash, Card Fighters Clash 2, Card Fighters Clash DS, Neo Geo Battle Coliseum



Page Updated:  Dec. 29th, 2022

A little cocky are we? I mean, want kind of asshole really calls himself "Mr. Big"? Heh, I always enjoyed beating him up with Ryu or Robert. Big is pretty much one of the first "pimps" of the fighting game world, in terms of looks. Even though he's a sleeseball, he's a memorable SNK character at the end of the day. Even though I never really liked him, I don't think he should have been left out of AOF3

His fighting style never presented anything that innovative, but isn't that bad either. At least he was always a convincing bad guy for the AOF series, as well as his short but sweet appearance the KOF series.

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