| Other Melee
|Crew(s)||Team Oxygen Destroyer|
|Real name||G. Wong|
|Birth date||June 21, 1988|
Bom-Bom-Lou (A.K.A. "Mr. Wong") is an amateur-pro smasher from Hong Kong, Hong Kong. A student at Connecticut College, he is also a member of the Intramural Smash League (ISL) and its competitive crew, Team Oxygen Destroyer. As a player, Bom-Bom-Lou is an animated and quirky character, often bringing a certain degree of hilarity and energy into a match along with his dynamic playstyle.
 Play Style
As a Link main, Bom-Bom-Lou is truly a unique player, shunning the usually tactical, oppurtunistic approach for an overwhelming sort of recklessness which rarely fails to get the job done. Analyzing his signature style, it becomes obvious that he is aptly named in his alias; Bom-Bom-Lou is notorious for his brazen use of Link's bomb and boomerang attacks, which he uses less for tactical advantage and indead to extend and start his guerilla-style combos.
Reputed for his "suicide bombings", he specializes in a variety of methods of delivering explosives to the opponent--even personally. Rushing in and out of combat in a frenzy of movement, Bom-Bom-Lou is a difficult opponent to track and to predict, making full use of the stage around him for full range of motion and variation. Using these abilities, Bom-Bom-Lou keeps his opponents just where he wants them, exploiting their tormented state with rapid-fire finishers (usually F-smash, D-smash, or the swordplant) to capitalize on their temporary weakness. His rather "scrappy" playstyle, though certainly not what is seen in higher tiers of professional play, is nonetheless incredibly effective; perhaps for that very reason.
One of his greatest skills as a player is his uniqueness, in that other players are often confused and bewildered by his methods, and unsure of how to properly deal with them.
Bom-Bom-Lou is tied with fellow ISL members Benman and Jaime as the most skilled Link players in the league. The three, called "Blink Grink and Rink", are known to wreak havoc when two are united on a doubles team, and to engage in intensely entertaining three-for-alls, said to be the most dramatic matches played in the ISL.