Is birdie Australian Street Fighter?
Birdie (バーディー, Bādī?) is a video game character from the Street Fighter series, first appearing as a non-playable opponent in the original Street Fighter, before becoming playable in Street Fighter Alpha. He is an obese British punk rocker who fights using chains.
What does Chun Li say when kicks?
Chun-Li’s signature move is the Spinning Bird Kick, in which she flips upside-down and shouts her iconic line that for 20-plus years I misheard as “Spinning hurri-cane!” and ardently helicopters forth, the better to kick her opponent in the head a bunch of times.
What is Guiles fighting style?
Guile (Street Fighter)
|Occupation||Pilot and commander United States Air Force|
|Fighting style||SF IV: Marine Corps Martial Arts Program; Martial arts infused with pro wrestling techniques (マーシャルアーツにプロレス技をブレンド, Māsharu Ātsu ni Puroresu waza o burendo)|
What race is Birdie?
Birdie is the first black British character in the series, followed by Dudley.
What race is Dudley?
Dudley is the second black British character in the series, the first being Birdie. He also is the third black boxer after Balrog, and Mike.
What does Chun-Li wear in her hair?
She usually wears her hair in “ox horns”, with silk brocades and ribbons in her hair.
Is Cammy a clone?
Cammy was a female clone of Bison; however, she was the same age and acted the same way as the others, though it was later revealed that she could control the Psycho Drive. Except for Cammy, the Dolls’ names are based after the months of the year, in their home country’s language.
How tall is Zangief?
7 feet tall
Zangief is a massive fighter, weighing 254 lbs. and standing slightly over 7 feet tall, placing him among the tallest characters in the entire Street Fighter roster.
Why is Guile’s hair like that?
According to Mashable, Guile owes a lot of his fighting to his hairstyle, which he maintains with the help of Yanagiya’s hairgel product called J-Gel. In fact, fans of the game can see how important maintaining a hairstyle is to Guile since he’s frequently seen combing his hair after a heated battle.