Ahh dang, well, here's a substitute, which I know for a fact, has no fighting games.
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This series has a lot of wild, strange characters, with all of them coming together to perform a variety show, make it in show business, and even make movies together, ranging from classic literature like Treasure Island and the Christmas Carol, to stories of their rise and comeback, and even Great Muppet Capers. The Muppets' ranks include various animals, humans(?), and other types of creatures, and range in jobs from chefs to scientists to rock stars to stunt artists to comedians and more. But the mild-mannered showrunner who helps put all of this chaos together, is none other than...
Fighter: Kermit the Frog!
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Kermit is exactly what I said, and he came from humble beginnings, playing his banjo in the swamps. He's not exactly known for fighting, but he has taken a lot of punishment, especially at the hands of diva/on-and-off romantic partner, Miss Piggy. He has also gone on a surprising amount of adventures, pulling off heists, fighting pirates, becoming a secret agent, turning into monsters, and even travelling through time and fighting knights, dinosaurs and more, simple through super jumps and paper airplanes, in that case. As well, he also has shown up majorly in two other shows, first debuting on Sam & Friends
in the 1950's before even The Muppet Show,
and also frequently visiting Sesame Street
, the other famous Muppet show, teaching kids about letters, numbers, emotions, and other things, being a news reporter, and sometimes getting angry at Cookie Monster, Grover, and even Elmo. With all of this experience under his lighter-green collar, I'm sure he could absolutely prove himself to be a skilled fighter in this massive crossover, as odd as it may seem at first.