The 20 Most Dominant Fictional Athletes in Video Games

11. Mr. Dream

Video Game: Punch-Out!! (1990)

After Nintendo's licensing agreement with Mike Tyson expired-before all his legal trouble, surprisingly, his contract ended and he had lost the heavyweight belt to Buster Douglas, so Nintendo wasn't interested in bringing him back-Nintendo re-released the game with the fictitious Mr. Dream as the final boss.

Hailing from Dreamland and boasting a 99-0 career record with 99 KOs, Mr. Dream was every bit as dominant as Tyson was in the original version. With lightning quick reflexes and the ability to floor Little Mac with an uppercut in the first 90 seconds of the first round, Mr. Dream was just as likely to put an end to Little Mac's title hopes as Tyson was before him.

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