From Knee walking out with the Infinity Gauntlet to DualKevin bringing the entire Marvel crew with him: Here are the top CEO player intros from finals

Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • July 2, 2019 at 3:25 p.m. PDT

Another year of CEO has come and gone, but one thing that has remained consistent throughout the years is the extra effort that some players put into their pro wrestling-like entrances for finals day at the event.

There were many who essentially just walked onto stage with some music while waving at the crowd, but some fully embraced the moment to show off their sense of humor or bring the community hype that only the FGC can offer.

Tekken 7 was the first game to start out finals Sunday, and they came out of the gates swinging with NG|Obscure bringing out his whole U.S. squad to back him up and crowd up the walk way though JDCR would not be outdone.

ROX|Knee came out with the infinity gauntlet from the Marvel comics and movies

FAV|Ryusei came out to the first opening of the Hikaru no Go anime and even did a go pose though DualKevin would try and show everyone else up by bringing the old Marvel vs. Capcom crew to the stage with him including the likes of Justin Wong and Liquid|Nemo.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate players brought out amazing intros as well. In the case of Ally, he took on the role of Snake and sneaked onto the stage to take on Liquid|Dabuz. In order to do this, he had to perform the neck snap against one guard and then distract the other with a picture of Bowsette.

Of course, it just wouldn't make sense if Ally wasn't performing these stunts to the Metal Gear main theme. The guards never saw Ally coming as he was well-hidden in his box.

GRV|Dragon was escorted by an Elder God. Or rather, he was escorted by a cosplayer dressed up as his preferred Mortal Kombat 11 character — Cetrion.

He ended up walking while the Injustice theme was being played as he made his name playing that series before jumping into Mortal Kombat.

Sources: Bandai Namco, Capcom Fighters, NetherRealm Studios, and VGBC via Jay.

Contributions to this story were made by Justin 'AdaptiveTrigger' Gordon.

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