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'''Anthony's Hitmonchan''' is a [[Hitmonchan]] belonging to [[Anthony (Kanto)|Anthony]]. When Ash first saw Hitmonchan practicing in the road, he thought it was wild and sent in Pikachu to battle it. Pikachu was hesitant but Ash taught it a "special punching move". The move proved unsuccessful and only left a scratch. It was then that its trainer, Anthony, appeared and told Hitmonchan not to lower its guard. It then easily overwhelmed Pikachu with its [[Agility|speed]] and [[Bullet Punch|power]]. After defeating Pikachu, its trainer's daughter appeared and then they left to train some more.
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'''Anthony's Hitmonchan''' is a {{type|fighting}}-[[type]] [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] owned by [[Anthony (Kanto)|Anthony]].
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==Biography==
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When Ash first saw Hitmonchan practicing in the road, he thought it was wild and sent in Pikachu to battle it. Pikachu was hesitant but Ash taught it a "special punching move". The move proved unsuccessful and only left a scratch. It was then that its trainer, Anthony, appeared and told Hitmonchan not to lower its guard. It then easily overwhelmed Pikachu with its [[Agility|speed]] and [[Bullet Punch|power]]. After defeating Pikachu, its trainer's daughter appeared and then they left to train some more.
   
 
Anthony later used it to compete in the P1 Grand Prix. It defeated a [[Machamp]], but was later forced to forfeit to [[Giant]]'s stolen [[Hitmonlee]] due to [[Team Rocket's Meowth|Meowth's]] use of glue to keep it in place on the ring, leaving it open to attacks.
 
Anthony later used it to compete in the P1 Grand Prix. It defeated a [[Machamp]], but was later forced to forfeit to [[Giant]]'s stolen [[Hitmonlee]] due to [[Team Rocket's Meowth|Meowth's]] use of glue to keep it in place on the ring, leaving it open to attacks.
   
==Moves==
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==Known Moves==
 
{{MoveBoxTop|Type = fighting|image = Anthony Hitmonchan Agility.png|imageinfo = Using Agility}}
 
{{MoveBoxTop|Type = fighting|image = Anthony Hitmonchan Agility.png|imageinfo = Using Agility}}
 
{{MoveBoxMid|type = psychic|Agility|IL029: The Punchy Pokémon|othername = The Punchy Pokémon}}
 
{{MoveBoxMid|type = psychic|Agility|IL029: The Punchy Pokémon|othername = The Punchy Pokémon}}
 
{{MoveBoxMid|type = fighting|Comet Punch|IL029: The Punchy Pokémon|othername = The Punchy Pokémon}}
 
{{MoveBoxMid|type = fighting|Comet Punch|IL029: The Punchy Pokémon|othername = The Punchy Pokémon}}
 
{{MoveBoxEnd|Type = fighting}}
 
{{MoveBoxEnd|Type = fighting}}
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[[Category:Character Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Character Pokémon]]
[[Category:Fighting Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Fighting-type Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Male Pokémon]]

Latest revision as of 04:30, July 29, 2014

Anthony's Hitmonchan
Anoki's Ebiwalar
Anthony Hitmonchan
General
Trainer: Anthony
Gender: Male
Ability: Unknown
Debut: IL029: The Punchy Pokémon
Episode captured: Prior to The Punchy Pokémon
Caught where: Kanto
Current location: With Anthony
Details

Anthony's Hitmonchan is a fighting-type Pokémon owned by Anthony.

BiographyEdit

When Ash first saw Hitmonchan practicing in the road, he thought it was wild and sent in Pikachu to battle it. Pikachu was hesitant but Ash taught it a "special punching move". The move proved unsuccessful and only left a scratch. It was then that its trainer, Anthony, appeared and told Hitmonchan not to lower its guard. It then easily overwhelmed Pikachu with its speed and power. After defeating Pikachu, its trainer's daughter appeared and then they left to train some more.

Anthony later used it to compete in the P1 Grand Prix. It defeated a Machamp, but was later forced to forfeit to Giant's stolen Hitmonlee due to Meowth's use of glue to keep it in place on the ring, leaving it open to attacks.

Known MovesEdit

Move Episode
Anthony Hitmonchan Agility
Agility The Punchy Pokémon
Comet Punch The Punchy Pokémon
+ indicates this Pokémon used this move recently.*
- indicates this Pokémon normally can't use this move.

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