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Sagat's bio and story for Super Street Fighter 4

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January 25, 2010 at 2:56 a.m. PST


Sagat's plotline and history for Street Fighter 4


Sagat is the undisputed king of the art of Muay Thai. Following his defeat at the hands of Ryu, in which his chest was scarred by a Shoryuken, he temporarily disappeared from the fighting scene.

He is the self-proclaimed 'Invincible Tiger'. The destructive force of his kicks are said to be rivaled by none. With the memory of his loss at the hands of Ryu etched into his chest, Sagat continues his training in pursuit of even greater power.

Name Sagat
Country Thailand
Birthday July 2
Height 7'5
Weight 171lbs (Capcom's math is probably off here)
Measurements B130/W86/H95
Blood Type B
Favorite things Strong opponents
Dislikes Shoryuken, people who make excuses
Skills Diving (over 20 minutes)
Fighting Style Muay Thai

Translation by Jigsaw.

Sagat's Street Fighter IV storyline

Sagat, the Emperor of the Muay Thai boxing world, is the national hero of Thailand.

He has defeated many opponents who sought his title, including Dan Hibiki's father, but no fight has left as strong an impression as his first encounter with Ryu.

After a shocking defeat, Sagat was left with a wound that still burns through his chest to this day.

The pain and hatred that followed this loss lead Sagat to briefly join M. Bison's criminal organization.

He left after realizing Bison's devious plans and returned to Thailand to train his body and mind in hopes of a true rematch with Ryu.

Sagat's towering form is a large asset, granting him long-reaching attacks. His punishing kicks and knees are impressive to watch, but they should be avoided at all cost.


Comments

incubus said on March 12, 2010 at 5:50 p.m.

Only in SFII series Sagat should have 171 lbs, in early times he was awesome, but raquitical and with a annoying voice! Check the body difference between SFII and SF Alpha...

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