Boxing Ring

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The Super Smash Bros. (left) and Punch-Out!! (right) variants of the Boxing Ring in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

The Boxing Ring is a stage that appears in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. It is set in a stadium with two flat areas on either side and the ring in the center, as well as a jumbotron-like screen and a scrolling LED sign in the background. The stadium features a psychedelic light show that takes place in the background of the stage, including green krypton laser effects, and pyrotechnics.

While based on the Punch-Out!! series, the stage also features a Super Smash Bros.-themed design, and its design is randomly chosen each match. The Punch-Out!! version is based on the World Circuit boxing ring from the Punch-Out!! game for Wii, while the Super Smash Bros. version of the the ring is colored blue with the Super Smash Bros. symbol on the platform. In the Nintendo 3DS version, holding L Button while selecting the Boxing Ring manually selects the Super Smash Bros. version of the stage, and holding Y Button selects the Punch-Out!! version. In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, holding down the ZL Button button loads the Super Smash Bros. variant, while holding down ZR Button loads the Punch-Out!! variant.

The ropes surrounding the ring spring fighters up when jumped on, and can be used to reach the lights above the stage. However, if the lights are attacked numerous times, it will fall onto the main ring and damage anyone underneath it.

The Final Destination variant of this theme is set on an elevated boxing ring. The ropes around the ring are not present, and the overhead lights are a background object. This version of the stage also has Punch-Out!! and Super Smash Bros. variants, which can be chosen through the same method listed above.

In the Wii U version, the fighters will have a nickname on the jumbotron. For example, if the player uses Little Mac, then his nickname is "Bruiser from the Bronx". Additionally, if a character has a Final Smash in the Wii U version, the scrolling LED sign will say "Chance!" instead of "Punch-Out!!" or "Smash Bros." The same applies for getting a KO, which will say "K.O." on both the sign and the jumbotron as well as sending the match into Sudden Death, which will say "Sudden Death" on the jumbotron.

The Wii U version of Boxing Ring reappears in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. In addition, it acts as the setting for Ken and Incineroar's debut trailer, "A Clash of Flames."

Fighter nicknames

In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the jumbotron in the background will occasionally display two fighters as well as nicknames for them. They are as follows:

Character American English title British English title (Wii U only)
Mario Mr. Video Game Himself Smashes Bricks with His Fists
Luigi The Eternal Understudy Lean, Green Fighting Machine
Peach Princess of Toadstools Princess of the Mushroom Kingdom
King of the Koopas
Yoshi Omnivore of the Year He's Not Yolking Around
Rosalina & Luma The Cosmic Travelers Cosmic Travellers
Bowser Jr. Prince of the Koopas Like Father, Like Son
Larry The Youngest Leader of the Seven Minions
Wendy The Bold Beauty Bold, Bossy and Big Headed
Roy The Cool One Fear the Shades
The Laughing Prankster
Morton The Enforcer He'll Make You See Stars
Lemmy Wacky War Machine Let's Get Wacky
Pompous Prodigy
Dr. Mario The Prescriber Fists Full of Medicine
Sarasaland's Chipper Princess
Piranha Plant
Bloom of Your Doom
Wario Scoundrel with a Fart of Gold A Scoundrel with a Fart of Gold
Donkey Kong
King of the Jungle
Diddy Kong The Acrobat Trigger Happy with His Peanut Popgun
King K. Rool
The Kremling Commander
Mr. Game & Watch
Master of Two Dimensions
Little Mac Bruiser from the Bronx The Only Numbers He Knows Are "One-Two"
Link Hero of Hyrule (for Wii U)
Champion of Hyrule (Ultimate)
Hero of Hyrule
Hyrule's Wise Princess
Sheik The Elusive Sheikah A Sheikah Shrouded in Mystery
Ganondorf The King of Darkness King of Evil
Toon Link Wind-Waking Warrior Wave-Riding, Wind-Waking Warrior
Young Link
Master of the Ocarina
Samus Aran
Bounty Hunter Extraordinaire
Zero Suit Samus The Warrior Within Low Armour, High Agility
Cunning God of Death
Dark Samus
Phazon Incarnate
Pit Captain of Lady Palutena's Guard Lady Palutena's Captain of the Guard
Goddess of Light
Dark Pit
Dark-Winged Doppelgӓnger
Marth The Hero-King The Legendary Hero-King
Ike The Radiant Hero of Legend The Radiant Hero
Robin The Tactician Magician Tome Toting Strategist
Lucina Warrior from a Doomed Future Defiant of Destiny
The Young Lion
Blood of Dragons
Prince of Ylisse
Ashen Demon
Ice Climbers
Bone-Chilling Duo
Duck Hunt Bark, Quack, Boom! The Most Unlikely of Partnerships
Kirby The Pink Puffball (for Wii U)
The Pink Demon (Ultimate)
Gritty in Pink
King Dedede The King of Dream Land (for Wii U)
Self-Made King (Ultimate)
Says He's King, and That's That
Meta Knight
The Masked Swordsman
Fox Leader of Star Fox Never Gives Up! Trusts His Instincts!
Proud Space Ace
The Silver Space Wolf
Pikachu Pika Pika! The Electric Mouse Pokémon
Blazing Fury
Lucario Master of Aura Exudes Power
Jigglypuff The Sleepy Singer The Delightful Balloon Pokémon
Greninja Master of Stealth The Unpredictable Ninja Pokémon
A Legend Reawakens
Shockingly Adorable
Pokémon Trainer
Wants to Be the Very Best
The Ring's Raging Flame
R.O.B. The Last of His Kind Robotic Obliterating Buddy
The PSI Powerhouse
Lucas Boy from Nowhere The Tazmilian Devil
Captain Falcon The Supersonic Slugger Supersonic F-Zero Pilot
Mayor of Smashville
The Mayor's Assistant
The Legendary Mercenary
Sonic The Blue Blur Speed is his Game
Veteran Astronaut
Alph Astronaut in Training Novice Explorer, Engineering Pro
Wii Fit Trainer (female) Yoga Warrior She'll Make You Feel the Burn
Wii Fit Trainer (male) The BMI Bandit He'll Blast Your Core!
Pac-Man The Yellow Bane of Ghosts Ghost Gobbler
Mega Man Blue Metal Hero (for Wii U)
The Blue Bomber (Ultimate)
The Blue Bomber
Mii Brawler
The Brawler of Many Faces
Mii Gunner
The Gunner of Many Faces
Mii Swordfighter The Swordfighter of Many Faces The Sword Fighter of Many Faces
Shulk The Visionary Has Visions of Victory
Tireless Wanderer (for Wii U)
Eternal Wanderer (Ultimate)
The Fire-Breathing Fist
SOLDIER 1st Class
Umbra Witch
Part Kid, Part Squid
Evil's Whip-Wielding Bane
Azure Vampire Assassin
The Great Phantom Thief
Hero (XI)
The Luminary
Hero (III)
The Legendary Hero
Hero (IV)
The Zenithian Hero
Hero (VIII)
The Dragovian Hero
Banjo & Kazooie
Laid-Back Animals
The Legendary Wolf
Min Min
The Ramen Bomber
Steve / Alex
World Crafter
Night Roamer
End Dweller
One-Winged Angel
Pyra / Mythra
The Aegis
The Iron Fist of Darkness
Chosen by the Keyblade


Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS

Name Source Credits
Jogging / Countdown Punch-Out!! Arrangement: Kumi Tanioka
Composition: Nintendo
Minor Circuit Punch-Out!! (Wii) Original

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

Name Source Credits Requirements
Jogging / Countdown Punch-Out!! (NES) Arrangement: Kumi Tanioka
Composition: Nintendo
Minor Circuit Punch-Out!! (NES) Arrangement: Koji Hayama
Composition: Nintendo
Minor Circuit Punch-Out!! (Wii) Original Collect CD
Title (Punch-Out!!) Punch-Out!! (Wii) Clear Solo Classic without losing a single life while playing as Little Mac
World Circuit Theme Punch-Out!! (Wii)
Culdcept Culdcept Arrangement: Kenji Ito
Composition: Kenji Ito
Shin Onigashima Medley Super Smash Bros. Brawl
(Shin Onigashima)
Arrangement: Masafumi Takada
Composition: Nintendo
Tomorrow's Passion Captain Rainbow Original


Names in other languages


Language Name Meaning
Japanese 特設リング
Tokusetsu ringu
Special Ring
Chinese 特設擂台 (Traditional)
特设擂台 (Simplified)
Tèshè lèitái
Special Ring
French Ring de boxe Boxing Ring
German Boxring Boxing Ring
Italian Il ring The ring
Korean 특설 링
Teukseol Ring
Special Ring
Russian Боксерский ринг
Bokserskiy ring
Boxing Ring
Spanish Cuadrilátero Boxing Ring