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I really don't know why this article is called Anthony's Primeape, because Anthony would train it for Ash, it was never given, it was in training. It is still Ash's Primeape, and you can check Bulbapedia on that. That it hasn't appeared in the animé anymore doesn't mean it is Anthony's Danny199 (talk) 18:03, February 2, 2016 (UTC)
Bulb has no "jurisdiction" here, so to speak. Besides, Ash gave Primeape to Anthony, which, by the rules, makes it Anthony's. It is as simple as that. Bulb has their own mistakes - less than we do, but they still have. Energy X 19:01, February 2, 2016 (UTC)
Thats where you are wrong, like I said, he didn't gave it to Anthony, Anthony suggested Primeape could stay with him so it could grow stronger. Stay with him isn't directly given, so technically it is Ash's. Danny199 (talk) 17:34, February 3, 2016 (UTC)
Watched the sub (to see what they were saying) and it just states Ash left Primeape and states "he will be proud to have known a P-1 Champ for the rest of his life". A mild proof to support he'll not actually retrieve Primeape and that Primeape, from now on, will be in training with Anthony. Energy X 20:56, February 3, 2016 (UTC)
Following these guidlines you just said, than this page should be correct, however, there are other pages that aren't. For example Ash's Pidgeot, he released it, and he said he would come back, never did, and he will not retrieve Pidgeot again. So technically Pidgeot is now just a Wild Pokémon, so 'Ash's' in the title is misplaced as well. Same for the other released Pokémon. Same with Dawn's Ambipom. Danny199 (talk) 15:56, February 4, 2016 (UTC)