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In the arcade versions of Punch-Out! Little Mac’s trainer and coach, who stands at Mac’s corner during fights. Between rounds, Doc provides Mac with advice, encouragement, or sometimes a humorous anecdote. He is the creator of the “Star Punch”, the most powerful move in Mac’s arsenal. He has a fondness for chocolate.

Wii, he is voiced by Riley Inge. Doc Louis appears as the sole challenger in the Club Nintendo exclusive Doc Louis’s Punch-Out! Bald Bull’s signature move is his “Bull Charge”, where he places himself just in front of the ropes at the back of the ring, poises, and takes three quick hops towards Little Mac, finishing with an uppercut powerful enough to knock Mac to the canvas, regardless of his health. Bald Bull scrapes his foot on the ground, and, snarling much like a bull, charges rapidly towards Mac to deliver a devastating uppercut. He is the player’s first opponent in every game in which he appears, and is famous for his weakness and cowardice. These elements are considered by critics to be stereotypes of French people.