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For the American smasher formerly known as "Hyuga", see Dr. Z.

Hyuga (pronounced "he-you-ga") is a Mexican smasher who mains Toon Link in Brawl and Smash 4. He is known as one of the best Brawl Toon Link players in the world along with MJG and is considered to be the best Smash 4 Toon Link player in the world, with results many other Toon Link players have yet to match such as 9th at GENESIS 3, 5th at CEO 2016, and 25th at EVO 2016, and has wins over top players such as Nairo, Ally, MkLeo, ANTi, Zinoto, Pink Fresh, ESAM, and 6WX, as well as having very close sets against top players such as Larry Lurr and Tweek. He is currently ranked 22nd on the Panda Global Rankings and 2nd on the Mexico City Power Rankings.

Tournament history[edit]


Smash 4[edit]

As one of the most renowned players in Mexico since the Brawl days, he quickly gained notoriety shortly after the launch of Smash 4 by winning various tournaments nationwide, both online and offline by using his old Brawl main.

He stayed unbeaten for the rest of 2014, until he finally lost a local tournament to Leo. During early 2015, Hyuga got 2nd place at The Arena, the first Mexican Smash 4 major, losing to Leo at both Winner's Finals and Grand Finals and sparking a strong competitive rivalry wich would continue through nowadays. Since then, he has consistently placed 2nd at every national major he has gone to, only ever dropping sets to Leo (typically at both Winner's Finals and Grand Finals), except for Smash Factor 4, Summer Warfare, Thunderstruck and True Combo, where he was beaten in Loser's Finals by Mr. R, Javi, Wonf and Vinnie, respectively.

On November 2015, at CGX, another Mexican major held at Monterrey City, Hyuga was the first player to take a set from Leo since the start of 2015, when he beat him 3-2 in Winner's Finals; however, Leo would face Hyuga again at Grand Finals, resetting the bracket, forcing a second set and ultimately taking yet another tournament from Hyuga in the closest set they have ever had (a score of 3-2, in favor of Leo).

On January 2016, at GENESIS 3, Hyuga took a set from Nairo, beating him 2-0 and sending him to the losers bracket. He placed 9th in singles and 7th in doubles with Dabuz as his partner.

He had a very notable performance at CEO 2016. He eliminated Nairo from the tournament to advance into top 16. He then defeated ScAtt, making a reverse 3-0 comeback after being down 2 games. He went on to 3-0 NAKAT and False before losing to Zinoto 1-3, placing 5th.

Tournament placings[edit]


Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 Placement 2v2 Placement Partner
Smash Factor 3 August 1st-3rd, 2014 4th

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Smash Factor 4 July 24th-26th, 2015 3rd 2nd Richi
Thunderstruck 3 October 16th-18th, 2015 3rd
GENESIS 3 January 15th-17th, 2016 9th 7th Dabuz
TGC 6 February 6th, 2016 Top 8 1st Dabuz
Smash Pendiente XVI January 21st, 2016 1st 2nd Richi
Smash Pendiente XXI February 25th, 2016 1st
Smash Haven 29 March 3rd, 2016 2nd
Shots Fired 2 March 5th-6th, 2016 13th
Smash @ Xanadu Tuesdays 3/8 March 8th, 2016 1st
Smash Haven 30 March 10th, 2016 1st
Do or DI March 11th-13th, 2016 4th 1st ANTi
Smash @ Xanadu Tuesdays 3/15 March 15th, 2016 3rd
Ignition #22 March 16th, 2016 1st
Midwest Mayhem March 19th, 2016 4th 3rd Mr.R
The Arena 2016 March 25th-27th, 2016 2nd ? ?
Pound 2016 April 2nd-3rd, 2016 9th 3rd Dabuz
ConComics 2016 April 16th-17th, 2016 2nd
Hail Smash III May 28rd-29th, 2016 3rd
2GGT: Mexico Saga June 4th, 2016 4th 4th Zan
Shockwave Plano 85 June 11th, 2016 1st
Low Tier City 4 June 18th-19th, 2016 3rd 5th Mook
CEO 2016 June 24th-26th, 2016 5th 7th Dabuz
Midwest Mayhem 4 July 9th, 2016 2nd
EVO 2016 July 15th-17th, 2016 25th
Hail Smash VIII: The Return of the Heroe of the Wind January 14th, 2017 1st 1st BryanZ
Smash Pendiente 68 January 19th, 2017 1st 2nd Cloudy
Smash Pendiente 69 January 26th, 2017 5th


At EVO 2016, Hyuga lost his sponsorship with VGBootCamp due to allegations of sexual harassment towards a fellow smasher/streamer, VikkiKitty.[1][2] Consequentially, Hyuga has been banned from playing in any US, Brazilian, or Australian tournament (as well as Shine and GUTS tournaments) for an unspecified amount of time.[3] Hyuga wrote a response explaining his side of the story, adding that he would be retiring from competitive Smash.[4] Later, he announced that he and Vikki had worked things out and that he would consider returning in the future, though he would accept all consequences and punishment for his actions.[5] In October 2016, he declared that his comeback in the Smash 4 competitive scene will happen in January 2017, which occurred at Hail Smash VIII: The Return of the Heroe of the Wind. He began tweeting again after several months of social media inactivity.


  • At CEO 2016, Hyuga entered the top 8 wrestling ring dressed as El Santo, the famous luchador. [1] He also used an in-game tag bearing his name.
  • Hyuga was the second non-American member of the VGBootCamp crew before losing his sponsorship. The first was aMSa.

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