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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })A regular scourge in the ring: a character so powerful, so unstoppable, that not even the greatest of fighters can overcome his wrath. Be it a Gentle Giant, an Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy, or The Big Guy with a mean streak, this character is an unbeatable scourge that other fighters either dread facing or anticipate fighting in order to gain fame for being the first to beat him. However, they all fail. But nothing lasts forever...
Basically, this is a character who is introduced as and/or is famous for being brutally unstoppable, and, for a long time, they continue to be so, until that one hero (or villain) can finally show the world what he's made of by defeating him. These characters appear in varied roles: they can be a Big Bad, The Dragon, or, sometimes, just some seemingly unobtainable goal. Often, such a character will also be either a Jerkass or somewhat intimidating to give the hero even more support for beating him, but not always. This character may also play a role of the Goliath if the one who beats him looks to be totally outmatched at first glance.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Said undefeatable may come in the form of an Implacable Man or Hero Killer.
Depending on the character, the fighter can still stay as powerful as they were after being beaten, but, occasionally, once beaten, they lose their power and become a regular fighter just like the rest. See Too Powerful to Live, Lord British Postulate, and Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?.
Compare The Worf Effect. Not So Invincible After All is the Super-Trope.
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Code Geass: Paladins of Voltron
In Chapter 23, Lelouch and Voltron successfully defeat Cornelia, the Goddess of Victory, marking the first time she has ever been defeated.
Doubled down in chapter 26, where Lelouch defeats Schneizel, something he never managed to do in canon (at least in a fair fight).
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A Champion in Earth-Bet: The Avatar, a superhero from another world, the leader of its Global Champions Super Team, and a literal Physical God, shows his chops when he is transported into Earth-Bet. On his very first day, he, alongside the resident heroes, slays Leviathan, one of the three Endbringers, until then thought of as unbeatable and indestructible.
And later on, he does the same to the Simurgh, this time by himself in a pitched battle.
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Game of Death: The guardians of the pagoda in the original version have exceptional skills and are thought to be undefeatable. Bruce Lee disproves this.
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In The Mental State, Big Billy Crane is the biggest and strongest inmate serving time at the prison. His brother, Little Mickey, frequently uses him to threaten others into joining his gang. Zack, the protagonist, realises that he can cripple Mickey's control over the other inmates by beating Billy in one-on-one combat. He ultimately succeeds using deeply underhanded tactics to cripple his opponent.
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Kaito had this attitude during his duel with V in Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL. (Of course, while V's card, Number 9: Dyson Sphere, was a very powerful card that sure seemed undefeatable, V's claim that it was never defeated had an obvious flaw: he clearly could not have used it more than once or twice in the past, seeing as a duel using a Duel Monster the size of the sun would likely have been witnessed. So his boast that it had "never been defeated" was probably meaningless. Unless one considers the possibility of V using this card in Duels not involving realistic holograms, but seeing how the series treats Duels, Especially ones involving Numbers, as Serious Business with Rule of Cool, it's improbable.)
Definitely meaningless. In a later duel, Kaito used Number 9 against Tron, and Tron defeated it with a Monster that was not even his strongest card. Clearly, there are far stronger Numbers than Number 9, and V's claim was complete BS.
Or... Tron was the person who taught V how to fight, considering this was his father who was also a more experienced duelist than he was.
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In High School DXD, Raiser Phenex was supposed to be undefeatable because of his Healing Factor, but Issei defeats him with holy water and a Christian cross, both are devil weaknesses. It helps that Issei has a dragon arm that makes him partially immune against those weaknesses.
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Tokyo Ghoul:
Kishou Arima has such nicknames as "The Undefeated Ghoul Investigator" and "Shinigami". During the finale of the first series, Kaneki finds himself facing off against him. ......and is mercilessly subjected to a Curb-Stomp Battle that leaves him on the verge of death. But in the process of going down, he manages to damage Arima's weapon and even nick him. It seems this impressed Arima enough that the sequel shows he's taken an amnesiac Kaneki as his protege and serves as a Parental Substitute to him.
In the sequel, the Quinx and Itou Squads find themselves facing Noro, a ghoul infamous for being a nigh-invulnerable horror. They manage to bring the creature down, but at a terrible cost: Shirazu and the majority of Itou Squad are killed in the process, with Kuramoto and Mutsuki both suffering serious injuries.
The sequel also sees a rematch between Kaneki and Arima. Though initially overwhelmed and fully intending to commit Suicide by Cop, Kaneki eventually regains his will to live and defeats Arima in battle. Afterwards, Arima ponders having remained unchallenged for his entire 18 year career.....and then slashes his own throat, dying in Kaneki's arms while confessing his secrets. As a dying request, he asks Kaneki to take credit for his death and promises the reason will become clear soon.
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Bun-Bun is like this throughout Sluggy Freelance. The main characters seem confident he can beat just about anyone or anything, including immortal assassins and world-destroying demons. He gets beaten a few times over the comic's run, however.
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Girls und Panzer has Kuromorimine Women's College, which have won the high school sensha-do (tankery) championship for 9 years. Their loss in the year before the storyline was not because of a better team, but because the commander of their flag tank abandoned her position to save a friendly tank that had fallen into a river.
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While Lex Luthor's yet to succeed in destroying Superman, he has come very close, and has bested several other nigh-godlike beings, including the Crime Syndicate's Ultraman.
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In the .hack franchise, just about anything created by Morganna might count: the Dawn Wanderers (aka "Guardians") went undefeated throughout .hack//SIGN, except at the end, where one was taken down by a large team of players (that included one of the most powerful players in the game, bar none). The eight Phases (Skeith in particular) also wreaked havoc throughout The World, being completely unstoppable by way of having infinite Hit Points.
The backstory also provides another example in The One Sin, a boss monster of the original World so powerful no player could beat it. Doing so is what earned Balmung of the Azure Sky and Orca of the Azure Sea their status as legendary players.
Aaaaaaand then G.U. brings it back as a Bonus Boss, alongside giving it a One-Winged Angel form, the God Eater, and a third incarnation known as The One Death.
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Nothing could beat Umaga. Not Viscera, not John Cena, not Jeff Hardy, not Kane, not even DeGeneration X. It got to the point his manager, Armando Estrada, began to refer to Umaga as "The Undefeated". It finally took having John Cena using a STFU with the detached ring ropes to defeat him.
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Vader was also an example of this in early '90s WCW, with faces lining up to take him down— and all failing, until Sting came along.
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In The Excalibur Alternative's Distant Finale, a supposedly unbeatable Federation battle squadron is handily defeated by the Avalon Empire's space navy.
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Played with in Real Steel where Zeus is a robot fighter that has won every match he fought by knockouts on the first round. That changes in the fight against Atom, where the latter gets up after a vicious beating right before the first round ends. Ultimately, Atom is unable to win but so is Zeus and, although he ends up winning by technicality, the audience of the match considers Atom the true winner because he came close to actually knocking out Zeus.
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Lyrical Nanoha
Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Vivid has Sieglinde Jeremiah, a tournament veteran who had never been defeated in battle, and whose single loss was due to her not appearing for her match. Einhart gets a shot at breaking her streak and eventually fails.
Subverted in ViVid Strike!. Rinne Berlinetta was originally set up like this, only for it to be revealed that Vivio has already beaten her in the past. That said, Rinne's only lost was in points and she hadn't been defeated via knockout yet until her second loss to Vivio.
Sieglinde's invincibility comes up again in the third ViVid Strike! OVA when Victoria finally manages to defeat her. Much like Vivio's first victory over Rinne, it was only by points.
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In Shin Megami Tensei games, this happens a lot, as you will be seeing yourself defeating many seemingly undefeatable creatures in various myths and religion. Your enemy in this game can range from a simple fairy to out-and-out OMNIPOTENT GODS, and you can win against them, storyline and gameplay-wise. The games go to great lengths to make sure you will be defeated a lot, though, and some games do not permit this.
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In Summer Wars, Kenji hacks into OZ's previously unhackable systems because he thought the numbers he was sent that night was a mathematical equation.
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In Naruto, Gaara had never been injured before his fight with Lee, and Naruto defeated him for the first time. Pain also never lost a battle, even against the leader of the Rain Village, one of the strongest ninja in the world who defeated the three Sannin, until he loses to Naruto.
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In Borderlands 2 everyone is really impressed when you go toe-to-toe with Jack's Brute, Wilhelm, and come out not just alive but victorious, possibly solo, given that Wilhelm had previously taken on the four original Vault Hunters and forced them to Run or Die. In cut audio, it turns out he went down so easily because Jack poisoned him as part of a greater plan.
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At the start of Initial D, the Akagi Red Suns were undefeated in the world of street racing, even as they went around Japan challenging other racing teams on their home turf. This all changed when they challenged Takumi and his Toyota Trueno AE86 in a downhill race on Akina.
On the flipside, Project D has yet to be defeated legitimately (Takumi got defeated a few times, but most of his defeats are technical).
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Halo: Chimera Rising: McBride is ordered to find a way to kill or at least maim a Spartan. He succeeds.
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Yandere Simulator: Raibaru Fumetsu was the former leader of the Martial Arts club and had a 100 win streak, thanks to overconfident rivals mistaking her cute exterior for weakness. She's actually relieved when Budo Masuda unexpectedly defeated her, since she had wanted to retire from martial arts to pursue other interests, but felt obligated to stay on as club leader because of her Indestructable Rival reputation. She promptly resigns, hands leadership to Budo, and makes friends with the first rival Osana.
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Food Wars!: This is a cooking manga, but this is still a recurring theme.
The Council of Ten Masters are considered the top chefs of the Tootsuki Academy. During the Central Arc, Soma and his friends make it their goal to defeat them so as to take over the council seats and overrun the expulsion of many students.
During the BLUE arc, Soma's main goal is to defeat Asahi Saiba, who aside from never suffering one single defeat in his entire career, was the first known person to inflict a devastating defeat on Soma's father Joichiro.
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Attack on Titan: Eren manages this during the battle with Reiner. At least, until he puts out a Distress Call and Bertolt falls on them.
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Rocky III: Rocky has become complacent as the World Heavyweight Champion, fighting a string of no-hopers arranged by Mickey to keep Rocky from losing his title. Then the monstrous Clubber Lang demands a bout with Rocky, beating him soundly and knocking him off his pedestal until he returns for a successful rematch, courtesy of some training from former rival Apollo Creed.
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Kazu from Air Gear was already getting some serious badass cred from his fight with Sleipnir, but he finally proves, once and for all, that he's no longer the little bitch who needs Ikki to fight for him when he takes out Nike, a ridiculously powerful Hero Killer who's never lost a fight. Sure, he had help, but he still stood alone for most of the battle.
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In Oblivion's "Imperial Arena" faction questline, you can engage in a series of Gladiator Subquests, working your way up the ranks against stronger and stronger competition. At the end, you must defeat the Gray Prince, the undefeated Grand Champion of the Arena. (However, there is also a sidequest that allows you to kill him without any fight and claim the title, Subverting the trope...)
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Parodied in Discworld book Soul Music, where an up-and-coming Barbarian Hero decides to call himself Vincent the Invulnerable, goes into the Mended Drum to announce this, and lasts about twenty seconds. In fact, terminal stupidity of this type is quasi-officially designated as "suicide" by the Watch, suggesting that this happens a lot.
There's also a remark concerning magic armor in Interesting Times where Rincewind thinks to himself that many a dark lord's Famous Last Words were "You can't kill me because I've got magic aaaaaargh!"
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In Asura's Wrath, the Seven Deities are repeatedly described as undefeatable gods. Well, Asura puts them to the test on his Roaring Rampage of Revenge....and finds them wanting. Shortly afterward, he goes up against Ghoma Vlitra, which is described as a force so powerful it cannot be killed, only subdued temporarily. No prizes for guessing what Asura does to it. Finally, the game's last, DLC-specific chapters, culminate in Asura fighting Chakravatin, who is effectively God, and is so powerful that his supreme fortress is literally larger than entire galaxies and he uses stars and planets as projectiles. Three guesses what happens to that theoretically indestructable asshole.
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Miracle, which is based on the "Miracle on Ice" hockey game described under Real Life.
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Luke Skywalker does this in Return of the Jedi when he finally defeats Darth Vader in a lightsaber duel, who had personally defeated and killed countless Jedi who were far more experienced. Vader is completely caught off guard and decides to return to the light side of the Force when Luke then spares his life rather than kill his own father.
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In Time Scout, Wagers of Sin, Skeeter Jackson steals a small fortune from an undefeated champion of the Roman arena. Guess who Skeeter ends up facing there? Guess who wins?
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In the original Knights of the Old Republic, you can rise all the way up in the gladiatorial ladder on Taris, eventually, defeating and killing the undefeated champion who killed every challenger in the last decades, so that nobody dares to challenge him any more.
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Subverted in ViVid Strike!. Rinne Berlinetta was originally set up like this, only for it to be revealed that Vivio has already beaten her in the past. That said, Rinne's only lost was in points and she hadn't been defeated via knockout yet until her second loss to Vivio.
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The Arena Champion in The Order of the Stick, who has a perfect win record and has killed 37 gladiators in a row, including a stone giant with PC Class Levels. Naturally, Roy has to try to beat him in a death match, a chance that he looks forward to when he learns that the Arena Champion is Thog.
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From A Certain Magical Index, Accelerator. The most powerful esper in Academy City, no one has ever managed to land so much as a single blow on him. Then Touma Kamijou comes along, manages to negate Accelerator's power, and defeats him in combat by punching his lights out. Touma has a tendency to do this to other people as well, all thanks to his power to nullify anything.
Shizuri Mugino was ranked the fourth most powerful esper in Academy City, then Shiage Hamazura, a guy with no powers at all, tricks her into blowing herself up. All thanks to his ingenuity and determination, he beats her in both rematches as well.
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Rocky II: Because the Rocky/Apollo fight was so close, a rematch is demanded, only this time Apollo has trained to become even more Undefeatable. This time around Rocky does beat him, but barely.
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Rocky IV: Rocky goes into retirement. The Soviets unveil their steroid-pumped machine of a boxer, Ivan Drago. Not even Apollo Creed can beat him, so Rocky comes out of retirement, flies to Russia, trains by jogging in the snow and chopping trees instead of using fancy machines, beats Drago, and single-handedly ends the Cold War.
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In Code Geass: The Prepared Rebellion, Zero hands Cornelia her first defeat at the Battle of Saitama Ghetto.
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Exalted is all about doing this to the extremely powerful people you don't like. You can even do this to The Unconquered Sun. Unconquered does not mean Unconquerable.
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Marvel Universe character Champion of the Universe. He goes around the universe challenging people to boxing matches and was undefeated until The Thing stood up to him. Not that Thing beat him physically; Thing was just too stubborn to stay down after getting knocked out, so the Champion conceded. More recently She-Hulk beat him too.
Champion of the Universe is considered by many fans to be a subversion (or very bad example) of this as he has pretty much never defeated anyone with a name.
He has defeated Adam Warlock, Beta Ray Bill, Drax the Destroyer, the Silver Surfer and Gladiator. He handily beat She-Hulk as well; however, she then spent a month working her ass off (in human form) and bulked up impressively...and realized the Infinity Gem he was using could be counted as a "weapon" - and was therefore against the rules - and beat the tar out of him. With the Gem, he is undefeatable. Without it, he's tough, but not impossibly so. Gladiator is quick to note that any of them could have beaten him at that point, to which She-Hulk responds by... saying something outrageously sexist.
He is apparently defeated for good when Titania, armed with the Gem, picked up a mountain and squashed him under it. He's immortal, but without the Gem, he's not strong enough to free himself.
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Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Vivid has Sieglinde Jeremiah, a tournament veteran who had never been defeated in battle, and whose single loss was due to her not appearing for her match. Einhart gets a shot at breaking her streak and eventually fails.
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Walker, Texas Ranger: The fifth-season episode "Warriors", where a criminal steals a genetic healing formula from a scientist (who was perfecting it for the benefit of good), and then uses it to develop a prototype muscleman that couldn't be stopped. Walker and Trivette find out firsthand how brutal this man-mountain is when nothing they do can so much as faze him. Eventually, during a final confrontation where the muscleman has Walker beaten to a pulp, the scientist throws flammable liquid and a blowtorch in his face, and Walker is able to finally kick the stunned muscleman to his doom.
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In BlazBlue we have an interesting variation of this trope: How do you beat a supercomputer with three omniscient minds that has manipulated the countless Groundhog Day Loops the world has gone through to its own perfectionistic ends in a game of chess? Believe it or not, Hazama/Terumi Yuuki knew how to cheat his way to victory, and we, the players, are left to ask ourselves: Why him? Why, of all people, him? Why, of all the possible outcomes, did HE, the embodiment of the worst possible outcome, have to win the Continuum Shift? Why? Because he ensured that there was no other possible outcome aside from his victory.
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In A Fighting Chance, the Minbari were considered invincible in open battle until the Battle of Jericho, when Earthforce defeated and routed the Minbari in open battle.
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This is a large part of the main plot of the first Mortal Kombat game. Goro had dominated the competition for centuries prior, and was a seemingly unstoppable force, and defeating him was a vital step in paving the way for Shao Kahn's defeat.
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Manute from Sin City was The Juggernaut of the series. At the end of A Dame To Kill For, Dwight had to resort to shooting Manute several times, kicking him off a roof, and then having Miho pin him to the pavement by shoving swords into his arms. This did not kill him, nor did it even knock him out. It got him out of the way nonetheless. He's killed in a hail of gunfire in the next volume, The Big Fat Kill. In the extended cut of the movie, this was changed to being bisected by Miho.
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No Holds Barred: Zeus (Tom Lister), an ex-con who acts as the muscle of Mr. Brell, the corrupt CEO of a television network who wishes to get rival wrestler Rip (Hulk Hogan) under his command. Expanded upon with a bar fight scene, a fight at a steel plant and on television several times. Eventually, Zeus goes too far and beats up Rip's brother, Randy ... and after Rip has his initial difficulties is able to get the best of him in a fight.
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In Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monster Coliseum, losing to Yugi's friends makes them incredulous that they actually won.
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Hellsister Trilogy: At the height of the Apokoliptian War, Darkseid has crushed an army made up for heroes of five parallel dimensions, and stomped over every hero who has dared to engage him, including Pre-Crisis Superman and Supergirl. Then his son Orion turns up and blasts Darkseid's body to atoms.
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The Borderlands series:
Crawmerax the Invincible from Borderlands. The mission for beating him is called "You. Will. Die." and the achievement earned for putting him down is called "Vincible". Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! keep up the Theme Naming for their raid bosses, including the Invincible Son of Crawmerax the Invincible.
In Borderlands 2 everyone is really impressed when you go toe-to-toe with Jack's Brute, Wilhelm, and come out not just alive but victorious, possibly solo, given that Wilhelm had previously taken on the four original Vault Hunters and forced them to Run or Die. In cut audio, it turns out he went down so easily because Jack poisoned him as part of a greater plan.
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There's also a remark concerning magic armor in Interesting Times where Rincewind thinks to himself that many a dark lord's Famous Last Words were "You can't kill me because I've got magic aaaaaargh!"
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Tai Lung in Kung Fu Panda. So powerful that not even an army of rhinos, the Furious Five, or his own master could stop him. Po defeating him is what finally secures his status as the Dragon Warrior. Even Po wins primarily by chance; Tai Lung heavily favors nerve strikes that even masters find very difficult to counter, and Po is fat enough to be completely immune to them.
It's specifically mentioned that the only other person who can defeat Tai Lung (Shifu's own teacher, Master Oogway) has just ascended to a higher plane. It's possible that Shifu himself could have defeated Tai Lung using Oogway's technique, but he likely hasn't mastered it yet, and there's still the guilt he has over Tai Lung's Start of Darkness. Basically, Shifu deciding to stay and fight Tai Lung is even stated to be a Delaying Action, while Po and the Furious Five help evacuate the valley.
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Downplayed in Beyblade Burst, but Valt becomes the first person to Burst Spryzen in episode 15, even though he didn't win the match.
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Mass Effect presents the Reapers as undefeatable. They've spent countless millions of years wiping out all advanced organic life in the galaxy every 50,000 years. Finally, at the end of Mass Effect 3, Commander Shepard ends their reign at great cost. ...we think.
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MsChif's best known for her two year reign with both the NWA World Women's and SHIMMER Title belts. Particularly when Madison Eagles beating her for the latter resulted in Eagles being the first woman not working for a major and the first not based in North America to place on top of Pro Wrestling Illustrated's top fifty.
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Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V had two examples with Yuya's victories over Jack Atlas and Yuri.
In Season 2, Jack was undefeated for three years before the Lancers arrived in the City and he personally proved it by crushing Yuya in their first match and beating Sergey who was using a deck especially made to counter Synchro and Fusion monsters.
Yuri was The Dreaded for the longest time and anyone that met him reacted with fear or distain. Yuri finally proved it when he took down 6 of the series' strongest duelists in Season 3 before Yuya was able to barely beat him.
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Old Man Death in Girl Genius, a Badass Normal human who used to ride with the Blood Knight Jagers and never lost a fight. Due to his reputation, Jagers constantly try to defeat him for his Nice Hat, but never managed to do it even in his old age. He finally lost the hat when Maxim challenged him for it, and even then, Maxim only succeeded by being "sottle", ordering a hat sandwich to go, forcing Old Man Death to prepare the hat and hand it to Maxim lest the old man risk his reputation as the Supreme Chef of his gourmet sandwich shop.
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The Undertaker had a perfect 21-0 winning streak at WrestleMania, and his upcoming Wrestlemania opponents (most recently CM Punk) would often talk about how they will become legends by ending said streak; JBL once mentioned (prior to losing the opportunity to even face Taker) that ending the streak would be a bigger accomplishment than winning a world title. Then came Wrestlemania XXX, and the streak finally ended at the hands of Brock Lesnar, thus leaving the record at 21-1.
Even with the loss, defeating the Undertaker at 'Mania was still considered to be a big deal. 'Taker continued to win two more times at the showcase of the immortals until Wrestlemania XXXIII when he lost to Roman Reigns in what seemed to be his retirement match.
Goldberg was also given one of the biggest streaks in WCW history, starting from his introductory match as an apparent Jobber against Hugh Morrus, going all the way to defeating Hollywood Hogan for the title. His 173 match winning streak note  According to The Other Wiki it was a 155 win streak that was exaggerated to 173. was finally ended by Kevin Nash, with the aid of his newly obtained booking superpowers and a taser by Scott Hall.
Samoa Joe's twenty one month reign as Ring of Honor Champion where he traveled around in between his obligated ROH dates challenging anyone to try and take to the belt so he could use their defeats to justify calling it a world title. He was eventually toppled by Austin Aries of Generation Next. Joe would later go on a much less dramatic 18 month undefeated streak that nonetheless produced TNA's most financially successful program ever when it was broken by Kurt Angle.
Nothing could beat Umaga. Not Viscera, not John Cena, not Jeff Hardy, not Kane, not even DeGeneration X. It got to the point his manager, Armando Estrada, began to refer to Umaga as "The Undefeated". It finally took having John Cena using a STFU with the detached ring ropes to defeat him.
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A folk tale or legend is used by the trainer of Warders in The Wheel of Time, as a warning not to get cocky. He asks his class who the greatest swordsman of all time was. They all respond immediately and in unison. He then asks who handed him his only defeat. They are silent. "A farmer with a quarterstaff!" This particular lesson was delivered after Mat Cauthon, a farmer with a quarterstaff, had just defeated Gawyn and Galad, two of the best students in the group. At the same time. While recovering from an injury.
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The Gear fighting champion Rico in Xenogears.
In addition, the whole point of the game is to kill God. Well, technically, it's a superpowered war machine that happens to fulfill the typical purposes of 'God' for the planet the game takes place on.... yeah, it's a little confusing. Still, the fact that it's not technically a god doesn't make the task any easier.
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In Emerald City Confidential, Petra defeats Mombi, the resident champion of the wizard arena. Mombi, who is a Sore Loser, calls Petra out after the match for using parlor tricks rather than just magic to win.
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In Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, Yami Yugi and Kaiba can lose to anyone in the game, leaving their opponents incredulous that they won.
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This is a common angle in Professional Wrestling, where a wrestler is famous for being unbeatable, and is known as the most powerful wrestler of them all until that one Face can eventually defeat them.
An old and famous example of this type of gimmick is André the Giant (whose final "beaten" angle closed out his long career), and a few newer wrestlers who got their start this way are The Undertaker, Boogeyman, and The Great Khali (who is still relatively unstoppable even after being defeated). An older example would be Haystacks Calhoun, who does have a losing record against a handful of wrestlers, as far as the recovered records show, but for the most part had The Gimmick of a traveling baby face enforcer who'd draw some interest to the territory, win some matches and be on his way.
Nearly every Japanese promotion has one such "undefeatable" wrestler, referred to as the "ace." Aces range in Kayfabe ability from the relatively beatable Manami Toyota of Zenjo or Hiroshi Tanahashi of NJPW; to Rikidozanl who almost never loses one on one in his home promotion, but does pick up some time limit draws and Tag Team losses; to the staggering, unbeatable might of NOAH's Kenta Kobashi. All Japan's then NOAH's Mitsuharu Misawa was probably Japan's most consistently unbeatable wrestler— during any given year, Misawa's pinfall losses could be counted on one hand.
This trope was particularly noticeable in 80s WWF, where every new big bad heel destroyed everyone in his path until they finally got a shot at Hulk Hogan who took them down with his Five Moves of Doom. Hercules Hernandez, King Kong Bundy, and Zeus come to mind, but there were definitely others.
Vader was also an example of this in early '90s WCW, with faces lining up to take him down— and all failing, until Sting came along.
The Undertaker had a perfect 21-0 winning streak at WrestleMania, and his upcoming Wrestlemania opponents (most recently CM Punk) would often talk about how they will become legends by ending said streak; JBL once mentioned (prior to losing the opportunity to even face Taker) that ending the streak would be a bigger accomplishment than winning a world title. Then came Wrestlemania XXX, and the streak finally ended at the hands of Brock Lesnar, thus leaving the record at 21-1.
Even with the loss, defeating the Undertaker at 'Mania was still considered to be a big deal. 'Taker continued to win two more times at the showcase of the immortals until Wrestlemania XXXIII when he lost to Roman Reigns in what seemed to be his retirement match.
Goldberg was also given one of the biggest streaks in WCW history, starting from his introductory match as an apparent Jobber against Hugh Morrus, going all the way to defeating Hollywood Hogan for the title. His 173 match winning streak note  According to The Other Wiki it was a 155 win streak that was exaggerated to 173. was finally ended by Kevin Nash, with the aid of his newly obtained booking superpowers and a taser by Scott Hall.
Samoa Joe's twenty one month reign as Ring of Honor Champion where he traveled around in between his obligated ROH dates challenging anyone to try and take to the belt so he could use their defeats to justify calling it a world title. He was eventually toppled by Austin Aries of Generation Next. Joe would later go on a much less dramatic 18 month undefeated streak that nonetheless produced TNA's most financially successful program ever when it was broken by Kurt Angle.
Nothing could beat Umaga. Not Viscera, not John Cena, not Jeff Hardy, not Kane, not even DeGeneration X. It got to the point his manager, Armando Estrada, began to refer to Umaga as "The Undefeated". It finally took having John Cena using a STFU with the detached ring ropes to defeat him.
MsChif's best known for her two year reign with both the NWA World Women's and SHIMMER Title belts. Particularly when Madison Eagles beating her for the latter resulted in Eagles being the first woman not working for a major and the first not based in North America to place on top of Pro Wrestling Illustrated's top fifty.
The Shield were never pinned/submitted in trios matches for seven months until finally bested by Team Hell No and Randy Orton in June 2013, upon which Lilian Garcia announced their first ever clean loss on the microphone.
Asuka went undefeated for her entire time in WWE NXT and well into her main roster run, even surpassing Goldberg's streak.
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Viktor was the undisputed champion of men's figure skating with no one trying to challenge him until Yuuri showed up in the Rivals Series. Yuuri is the only one that can truly challenge Viktor, and he finally proves himself when he beats Viktor at the Winter Olympics and the following Worlds Championships.
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Rocky V: Rocky, unable to fight himself due to old age and a brain injury, goes into retirement, but agrees to train and manage the impetuous, street-fighting Tommy "The Machine" Gunn. However, Gunn's arrogance and bad temper culminates in a streetfight against his former mentor Rocky. Guess what? Rocky beats him, though the original script ended with his death shortly afterwards.
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Giovanni is even stronger in the Pokémon Origins special. How strong is he? In their first battle, his Nidoqueen (not his most powerful Pokemon) trounces Red's Charizard with barely an effort. In the following battle at the gym, Giovanni decides to use his two strongest Pokemon against Red's team made specifically to take on the invincible Ground-type gym leader, and the first one, Rhyhorn takes down four of them before being eliminated in a Double Knockout (said opponents were a Victreebel, a Kabutops, a Snorlax, a Jolteon (taken down by a single electric attack), and an Hitmonlee). Then Charizard, now stronger, faced Rhydon, and managed to scrape a victory.
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The Elder Scrolls
Throughout the series, the main quest Big Bad (as well as the Big Bads of the major expansions) tend to be something along these lines. Morrowind and its to expansions have you killing two outright Physical Godsnote One of whom is actually invincible and cannot be killed directly...you have to destroy his power source and the aspect of a Daedric Prince. Oblivion and its expansions force you to defeat two Daedric Princes (the main quest one being a Destroyer Deity) and an ancient Sorcerer-King of the Abusive Precursors who is empowered by a third Daedric Prince. Skyrim and its expansions pit you up against the draconic Beast of the Apocalypse (with several characters outright stating that it may not be "right" to stop him given his duty), an ancient Vampire Lord, and your own Evil Counterpart (the First Dragonborn) who serves as the champion of a Daedric Prince.
In Oblivion's "Imperial Arena" faction questline, you can engage in a series of Gladiator Subquests, working your way up the ranks against stronger and stronger competition. At the end, you must defeat the Gray Prince, the undefeated Grand Champion of the Arena. (However, there is also a sidequest that allows you to kill him without any fight and claim the title, Subverting the trope...)
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A Song of Ice and Fire: Robb Stark never lost a battle in the War of the Five Kings. He still ended up losing the war (and his life) because treacherous allies turn on him and join his enemies. Together, they hatch a plan that becomes the backbreaking and traumatic Red Wedding.
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One Piece fans theorize that this is the reason Captain Whitebeard was rarely characterized as anything but "the World's Strongest Man". Obviously someone's going to rise to his level and beat him in battle, most likely the main character or a future Big Bad. It actually took an entire army, including all three Admirals and five of the Seven Warlords of the Sea, a regretted ambush from one of Whitebeard's allies, and Blackbeard's entire crew to kill him.
Shown example includes when Luffy defeats Eneru, due to being a Rubber Man which Eneru's lightning powers couldn't directly harm. Up until then, the Skypeians, some of the Shandians, and possibly even Nami believed, from seeing what he could do, he was as he said—literally an invincible god.
Another example is when the Straw Hat Pirates raided Enies Lobby and defeated CP9, who have never failed a mission, exist only in rumor, and as far as Marines were concerned, were the reason Enies Lobby had never fallen to anyone. In fact, this generation of CP9 were the strongest in its history. More specifically, Monkey D. Luffy defeating Rob Lucci, the strongest individual in CP9's history, who had such a reputation that the Marines leading the Buster Call were more than willing to bet that he would win for sure. Only for him to be put in a coma by Luffy. Even Bartholomew Kuma did not see coming that Lucci would be defeated at all, let alone by Luffy.
Crocodile definitely counts. He's introduced to us as the first Big Bad of the Grand Line, belonging to the same group as Mihawk (who had curbstomped Zoro a while earlier). Luffy challenges him... and almost gets killed for it. Crocodile proceedes with his plan, but Luffy turns up again, now knowing Crocodile's weakness... and he almost gets killed again. In the end the rubber man manages to defeat the sand man - who had fought with a poisoned hook. If it weren't for his extreme luck, Luffy would've been deader than dead.
Which makes the one guy of this type that remains all the more awesome: Mihawk. He is always referred to as "the World's Greatest Swordsman", has never been defeated and used to spar with Shanks until Shanks lost his left arm, after which he didn't see enough of a challenge in him. Just a reminder, Shanks is one of the four guys the entire Marines are supposed to counteract.
Beating one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea or Four Emperors in general is this trope. The Warlords rely on their reputation just to help cull the pirate population, while the Emperors have been stated to be the four most powerful pirates in the world. Defeating any one of them could throw the balance of the Three Great Powers off-kilter.
If you tangle with the Four Emperors and get any sort of victory at all, it's already a massive credit to your strength. Defeating the single most powerful subordinate one of the Emperors has, one so idolized not even his colleagues and brothers thought he could ever be defeated and thought of him as pretty much perfection incarnate, definitely qualifies as this. And yet Luffy tangled with Big Mom, and took down Katakuri, a billion-plus-Belli-bounty nightmare, and none of the Big Mom pirates could believe it, not even the ones that directly witnessed it. Ironically, the only person who even accepted the fact he could be and did get defeated was Katakuri himself, who found Luffy to be the Worthy Opponent he never realized he needed.
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T-Minus from BattleBots defeated Hazard... in the quarter finals. For those of you who don't know, Hazard was previously undefeated for 3 tournaments and obliterated almost everything it fought.
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The Elite Four fill this role in every Pokémon game (as well as the anime), while Red, the protagonist from the first game, fills this role somewhat in the game in which he appeared as a boss.
Giovanni from the Special Manga fits this trope extremely well, as it is said that no one has ever defeated him in his time as a gym leader. The Elite Four in the Kanto Arc also fit this trope as they are constantly called undefeated more so than in the games. The Legendary Pokemon in the anime and games are constantly implied to be undefeated as well. And then we have Pikachu.
Giovanni is even stronger in the Pokémon Origins special. How strong is he? In their first battle, his Nidoqueen (not his most powerful Pokemon) trounces Red's Charizard with barely an effort. In the following battle at the gym, Giovanni decides to use his two strongest Pokemon against Red's team made specifically to take on the invincible Ground-type gym leader, and the first one, Rhyhorn takes down four of them before being eliminated in a Double Knockout (said opponents were a Victreebel, a Kabutops, a Snorlax, a Jolteon (taken down by a single electric attack), and an Hitmonlee). Then Charizard, now stronger, faced Rhydon, and managed to scrape a victory.
Volkner has this reputation as a gym leader. It doesn't translate very well to the anime, though, considering the regional conference typically requires its entrants to defeat the gym leaders to make it in. And that's before he got bored of crushing everyone's dreams and started giving away his badges for free.
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Schooled in Magic: Necromancers are seen as unbeatable in a Wizard Duel by any non-necromancer, due to the immense power they harvest from death; the usual way to destroy one is to assassinate them with poison (which gets kudos but is not this trope). When Emily takes one down at the end of the first book, she earns the title "Necromancer's Bane," and people are divided between whether she used poison, some kind of magical cheat, or is a necromancer herself. For the record, she cheated. After bringing down her second necromancer, she becomes a living legend.
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Punch-Out!! for the Wii does this for the Final Boss Mr. Sandman. Not only does he have a whooping 31 wins - 0 losses record, but his introduction cutscene shows him knocking out every other boxer in the game like it was nothing.
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Across the pond on Robot Wars, there was the ultimate house robot, Mr. Psycho. 750kg of heavily-armed, heavily armoured hell on tank treads. Some roboteers mess with the house robots from time to time, but Mr. Psycho was the exception because even attempting to attack him was basically futile. Unfortunately for Mr. Psycho, nobody told Team Firestorm the meaning of "futile".
Razer, with its huge crushing beak and fearsome design, is one of the most impressive robots to have ever appeared on the show and had a win/loss record to match: 40 victories against 6 losses, four off which were immobilisation by technical issues and one being a controversial judges decision. Razer has, however, been beaten by knockout twice by the same robot: Pussycat. And a third time by Pussycat's successor Kill-E-Crank-E in the 2016 reboot. Well, sorta.
After Series 9, horizontal spinner and reigning champion Carbide had redefined 'The Dreaded' for robot combat, absolutely annihilating every opponent it had faced with none lasting a round against it, and only runner-up Eruption even managing to last longer than a minute before being crippled. In the Series 10 Grand Final episode, however, an unexpected new challenger arose in the form of Nuts 2, whose whirling chain flails managed to land a precision blow on Carbide's weapon chain, disabling it and leaving the champion helpless! Nuts 2 wasn't able to disable Carbide completely, but easily won the judges decision, giving the champion their first setback since the start of Series 9. Carbide won the rematch against Nuts 2 by armouring up their weapon chain to make it back to the Grand Final match, but this time their old enemies Eruption managed to finally outlast them on their third attempt and beat them by decision for the championship.
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From Iji, Annihilator Iosa, who is known as "Iosa the Invincible" for surviving a Planetary Extinction event.
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In Special A Hikari's goal is to beat her rival/Love Interest, Kei at something. Anything. Unfortunately, Kei's The Ace and is undefeatable at everything. The only person to ever beat him is Big Bad Yahiro, who cheated.
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The Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise's protagonists tend to make a habit of this, starting with a duel against Seto Kaiba...
Yami Yugi's losses could be counted on one hand, and even then they were always the result of the opponent cheating or manipulating the duel is some way until the end of the series when he loses fairly in a duel with Yugi.
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Nightmare in Arkham: The Joker does what so many have tried and failed to do, and permanently kills Freddy Krueger. When the Joker battles Freddy in the dream world, Freddy's powers don't work on him — as the Joker explains, he is the complete embodiment of pure insanity, which is actually way worse than the embodiment of fear that Freddy is. With absolutely nothing to exploit from the Joker, Freddy's power of fear is rendered completely useless against the Joker's chaotic, twisted mind. This gives the Joker all the edge that he needs to beat Freddy in battle.
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Five Nights at Freddy's has a meta example. The game's version of Harder Than Hard, 4/20 Mode (accessed by using Custom Night to set all animatronics to their highest difficulty), is extremely brutal to the point where Scott Cawthon, the developer, thought it was flat-out impossible. Then Let's Player BigBug went and beat it. As of now, 27 people have done so and been able to prove it. This has since become series tradition, with players completing the games at the hardest possible difficulties, though usually without Scott specifically believing it was impossible up until he was all but certain Ultimate Custom Night was impossible at those settings. Then some players conquered that one too.
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Saki has Shiraitodai Girls School, the two time champion in high school team mahjong. Its ace player, Teru Miyanaga, is touted as the best individual mahjong player in the high school circuit, and is the sister of the title character.
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Amongst thousands of challengers, Karsa Orlong from Malazan Book of the Fallen is the fist to manage killing the Emperor of a Thousand Deaths who was supposed to be unkillable. Though he had help figuring out what the problem was, and Samar Dev at hand, who had the souls trapped in her knife help transport him to the Warren where he could kill Rhulad before he was revived by his sword again.
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In Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune, you get special titles for defeating a player with a long-enough win streak.
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The Ravager is the undisputed champion of the arena in Jade Empire... he gets a lot of hype, and it's all freaking justified. The bastard is the second/third hardest fight in the game.
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He has defeated Adam Warlock, Beta Ray Bill, Drax the Destroyer, the Silver Surfer and Gladiator. He handily beat She-Hulk as well; however, she then spent a month working her ass off (in human form) and bulked up impressively...and realized the Infinity Gem he was using could be counted as a "weapon" - and was therefore against the rules - and beat the tar out of him. With the Gem, he is undefeatable. Without it, he's tough, but not impossibly so. Gladiator is quick to note that any of them could have beaten him at that point, to which She-Hulk responds by... saying something outrageously sexist.
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Samoa Joe's twenty one month reign as Ring of Honor Champion where he traveled around in between his obligated ROH dates challenging anyone to try and take to the belt so he could use their defeats to justify calling it a world title. He was eventually toppled by Austin Aries of Generation Next. Joe would later go on a much less dramatic 18 month undefeated streak that nonetheless produced TNA's most financially successful program ever when it was broken by Kurt Angle.
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Both of the main villains of Fairy Tail have this reputation.
Zeref is feared throughout the world as the immortal Black Wizard who created multiple potential world-ending dark magics and demonic beings. Zeref himself very much wishes this wasn't true due to his gods-given curse, and quite a few of those magics and demons were made in the hopes of killing himself, with him even going so far as to turn his resurrected little brother into the most powerful demon of all in the hopes of being killed. Ultimately, it took Natsu the brother/demon in question everything he had plus the support of his friends keeping him alive to finally take him down and it took the similarly cursed Mavis Vermillion to finally achieve a Mutual Kill with him.
Acnologia is the Black Dragon of the Apocalypse and the Dragon King, so named because he wiped out the dragon race, the mightiest beings in all of Earth-land. He's so powerful thanks to both his dragon physiology and the fact that no magic in existence hurts him that not even Zeref can beat him, and in one Bad Future even took over the world. Ultimately, it took the direct or indirect aid of every wizard on the continent to finally take him down.
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Rocky: Rocky is a nobody boxer given a chance against Apollo Creed, an unstoppable champion who wins every single fight via knockout. Subverted in that Rocky doesn't actually beat Apollo. However...
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Goldberg was also given one of the biggest streaks in WCW history, starting from his introductory match as an apparent Jobber against Hugh Morrus, going all the way to defeating Hollywood Hogan for the title. His 173 match winning streak note  According to The Other Wiki it was a 155 win streak that was exaggerated to 173. was finally ended by Kevin Nash, with the aid of his newly obtained booking superpowers and a taser by Scott Hall.
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Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?: Superman had endured Mr. Mxyzptlk's antics for decades, well aware that Mxy could simply wish him out of existence... until Mxyzptlk decides to kill him, and Superman has to come up with a way to kill Mxy first, using a Phantom Zone Projector and trickery.
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Pokémon:
The Elite Four, as well as several other characters, including the infamous legendary spammer Tobias. While Ash fails to win the match against him, even defeating his Darkrai counts since it's a feat no one else accomplished. The fact he manages to also take out his Latios is icing on the cake.
The Champions especially so. Not even the Elite Four stand a chance in a battle against a Champion. While it's never finished, Ash's second battle against Diantha remains the sole instance of another trainer actually gaining the upper hand against a Champion.
During Sun and Moon Ash's matches against Tapu Koko (one of the region's deities) have the same effect. At the end of the Alola League, he manages to defeat it with a clash of their Limit Breaks.
Despite having only a small amount of screen time, Guzma claims to have never been defeated in a battle (he's lying to save face in front of his Team Skull lackeys). His luck runs out in the Alola League, where Ash defeats him in front of everyone.
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Zeus: Master of Olympus: When a monster comes to town, you're allowed to build a hall for the appropriate hero, who will come once the necessary conditions are met (which is far easier said than done, as some requirements seriously interfere with your city plans or your ability to even complete the mission) and instantly slay the monster. Or, you could send a unit or two of basic combat units at the monster, who replenish over time and will eventually kill the beast after several in-game years and countless deaths. They don't react to this, unfortunately.
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Doctor Who: General Staal of the 10th Sontaran Battle Fleet, known as "Staal the Undefeated", from "The Sontaran Stratagem"/"The Poison Sky". The Doctor addresses the lack of foresight such a name shows.
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Penn & Teller: Fool Us is about magicians of different trades and styles trying their best to trick and fool two of the best and most learned magicians in the world: Penn and Teller. Those who can perform a magic trick great enough to make them not see through it earn a cute trophy and to open the duo's show in Vegas. Of the two hundred plus people who have gone onto the show, less than one quarter actually fool them. Contestant Shawn Farquhar was able to fool them twice in different seasons.
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In Mistborn: The Original Trilogy the Lord Ruler's most feared enforcers are the Steel Inquisitors, mysterious figures with steel spikes driven through their eyes and protruding from the back of the skulls, and believed to be invincible. That Kelsier manages to kill one, pinning it to a wall by its own eyespikes and decapitating it, goes a long way to convincing people that the Lord Ruler is capable of being defeated at all. The rest of them in the city are killed the easy way, when an infiltrator discovers their Achilles' Heel and uses it to destroy them as they sleep.
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Changeling: The Lost: Though very, very difficult, it is possible for a Changeling to permanently kill their Keeper in Arcadia. Tricking a True Fae into breaking an oath sworn on their True Name is the most sure-fire way to do this, as their true name is effectively their vow to exist and losing it renders them Deader Than Dead.
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Secret Wars (2015)
In the prelude to the event, the Punisher is somehow able to kill the Scorpion, the Lizard, and the Sandman with bullets, something all three have previously been immune to.
In order to make Battleworld, Doom killed the Beyonders, who were able to kill every cosmic entity in every universe.
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In One-Punch Man, Boros had this reputation, having apparently never lost a fight, until he came up against someone even more unbeatable than him.
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Warhak, the villain from the Grand Finale of Kim Possible, claimed to be 'the most fierce warrior in the galaxy', indicating that he had conquered hundreds of planets with little resistance. He even managed to knock out both Kim and Shego with a single punch. In the end, both he and his battlemate Warmonganote who herself had proven tough enough to take on both Kim and Shego (while the former was wearing her battlesuit), and was defeated by trickery rather than combat in her previous appearance were destroyed by Ron when he called upon his Mystical Monkey Power.
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Three villains in Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z (King Piccolo, Frieza, and Buu) were known to be nearly unstoppable and had been terrorizing the world/galaxy/universe for ages; eventually all three of these were defeated by Goku.
Frieza in particular was referred to by every character who knew him as the undisputed strongest being in the universe, such that he has (at least by his claim) never had to use anything close to his maximum power to defeat an opponent before he faces the Z-fighters, and even the arrogant Vegeta didn't want to fight him without the power of immortality on his side.
Broly's unique form of Super Saiyan is apparently the Super Saiyan of legend, which renders Vegeta (usually beyond stubborn) near-catatonic in his presence. It takes the combined efforts of the main cast to defeat him.
Cell is a unique case of a villain who goes from being a simple minded man-eating monster to the closest thing to a god at that point at the time and he was also stronger than Goku at the time. In fact he is this until Gohan kills him.
The role is reversed with Beerus, the Big Bad of the 14th movie and the universe's designated God of Destruction. Not even Goku can defeat him, even after he briefly becomes a Super Saiyan God. To top it off, not only is his attendant Whis actually his trainer, but he reveals that the other universes have warriors stronger than him or Goku.
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Slam Dunk has the Sannoh Industry Affiliated High School basketball team. They have been the defending national champions for three years running and are ranked as an AA team. To give an idea of how powerful they are, the year prior to the start of the story they defeated Kainan, who are Kanagawa's top team for 16 years straight, by 30 points of difference, and since their current senior players joined, they haven't lost a single game. Shohoku faces them in the second round of the nationals barely winning by one point in the last second.
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Superman:
Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?: Superman had endured Mr. Mxyzptlk's antics for decades, well aware that Mxy could simply wish him out of existence... until Mxyzptlk decides to kill him, and Superman has to come up with a way to kill Mxy first, using a Phantom Zone Projector and trickery.
While Lex Luthor's yet to succeed in destroying Superman, he has come very close, and has bested several other nigh-godlike beings, including the Crime Syndicate's Ultraman.
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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba has the Twelve Kizuki. A group of the twelve strongest demons in existence, second only to the Big Bad himself. The Kizuki are divided into the Upper and Lower Kizuki, with Lower-Six being the weakest, and Upper-One being the strongest. The Lower Kizuki are formidable opponents in their own right; The Lower-Five, Rui, subjected the Main Character to a brutal Curb-Stomp Battle. But the Upper Kizuki are on a completely different level. Muzen, the Big Bad, mentions in one episode that while countless Lower Kizuki have been killed by Demon Slayers over the years, the Upper Kizuki have gone largely unchanged for centuries. This is because no one, not even the most elite Demon Slayers, has been able to kill them.
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BioShock Infinite goes to a great deal of effort to emphasize how invincible Songbird is. Elizabeth refuses to even let Booker fight him, insisting that it would be a completely hopeless fight. In the end, she's right. It's a deconstruction of the standard player expectations when hearing about an invincible enemy. When Elizabeth says "You can't beat Songbird," the game isn't setting up an awesome boss fight, it's setting up the fact that you can't beat Songbird. Elizabeth does eventually kill him in a cutscene though, but only after her Power Limiter has been destroyed and she's basically a Physical God.
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In season 3 of The Legend of Korra, the four active members of the Red Lotus are described as undefeatable, with no single person having a chance of defeating any of them individually, much less the four of them together. However, Tenzin actually comes close to proving this wrong in his one-on-one battle with their leader Zaheer, as he seems to have the upper hand thanks to his years of experience and mastery bending air outmatching Zaheer's skilled but inexperienced style, but Zaheer's reinforcements show up before the battle is over.
In the finale, Mako actually does manage to defeat one of them, Ming-Hua, in single combat, through using his lightning to electrocute her, taking advantage of the fact that she was submersed in the water she used for her own bending.
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In Hajime no Ippo, we have WBA Featherweight Champion Ricardo Martinez, the "living legend", who is just made of this trope. Point. by. point. Eiji Date, the former Japanese champion, local Retired Badass and the only person to defeat Ippo was defeated twice by him.
Takamura, one of the protagonists, is this trope to all of his opponents. He has the reputation of being unbeatable and his opponents do fear and respect his strength. In fact, Word of God outright says he is the best boxer in the entire series, above even the aforementioned Ricardo.
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Defeating characters who are considered impossible to beat is Squirrel Girl's shtick.
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Asuka went undefeated for her entire time in WWE NXT and well into her main roster run, even surpassing Goldberg's streak.
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Not a fighting series, but the Ace Attorney series has this with prosecutors with perfect conviction records, at least in the Phoenix Wright era. Combined with the fact some of them were a bit obsessed with getting the defendant guilty, it made winning the client's freedom that much sweeter. Subverted one time, when Godot announces that he's never lost a case... and then reveals that that's because he's never prosecuted a case before.
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In Armored Core games, Nineball is known for having held the position of #1 pilot the longest, thus those who can beat him are famed as "Ninebreakers".
The arena champion from Armored Core 3, Ace, reached his position without suffering a single loss.
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As mentioned in the page quote, Varan the Undefeatable from the Ciaphas Cain novel Cain's Last Stand, whose reputation largely stemmed from his use of a Warp-derived Compelling Voice to force his opponents to defect to his cause. This being a Ciaphas Cain novel, you get no points for guessing who wins the inevitable confrontation between the two.
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Every fights against black trigger holders in World Trigger are this. Black triggers are so broken but rare that a country's power is measured by how many black triggers it possesses in universe. Having 11 black triggers is enough to become a superpower country in the universe. When Aftokrator attacked earth, it brought 4 black trigger holders with broken abilities. Border had to expend enormous effort and numbers to defeat and exhaust them.
Vorvoros can turn its user into solid or gas or liquid. The gas can solidify to pierce the innards of the unknowing enemy that breathe it in. Its user also cannot be killed through decapitation, so the only way to kill its user is by piercing its trion core. To make it harder, it creates numerous dummy cores to conceal the real one.
Organon creates multiple rings that cut through anything instantly with a ridiculous radius. It can cut through city blocks like butter in one go.
Alektor creates animal-shaped bullets that turn every trion they touch into trion cubes, including blades, bullets, and shields. They can also turn enemy fighters in trion bodies into trion cubes, rendering them useless and trapping them. To top it off, the trigger also can heal its user with the trion cubes produced.
Speiraskia creates windows to teleport enemies in and out. It can also teleport and redirect bullets. Smaller windows can also be produced to cut or pierce through people.
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Played with in the manga version of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX. Judai keeps the habit early on, including a 2-on-1 victory against Manjoume (because the latter refused to work with his spirit card, whereas Judai and Winged Kuriboh are inseperable). Manjoume then returns the favor in the Tournament Arc... only to be defeated by the much more undefeatable Marufuji Ryo.
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In Street Fighter, this role is filled by Sagat in the first game, The King of Muay Thai (alternatively, the God or Emperor of Muay Thai), who, at the end of the game, is eventually defeated by Ryu, and, afterwards, loses his entire reputation, joins the Big Bad's organization, and, after a little soul searching, does a Heel–Face Turn and focuses on becoming stronger. Storyline-wise, he's still one of the most powerful characters in the game, and he's only lost three times, and each time he technically didn't lose giving his all (the first time, Ryu was consumed by his desire to win, briefly losing himself to Satsui no Hadou and sucker punching Sagat with a Metsu Shoryuken, which is how Sagat has that scar across his chest, and the other two times he either was too distraught to give his all note his fight against his former disciple Adon; Sagat, despite losing, was in such a blind rage that he put Adon in traction for several months, or let the opponent win note his fight against Dan; Dan's desire to avenge his father Go's death years ago at Sagat's hands was a big factor in Sagat's Heel Realization and eventual Heel–Face Turn).
Gameplay wise, he has consistently been top tier in every appearance, to the point that many fans have labeled it either a "tradition" or a "running gag" for Capcom.
Akuma has also only been "defeated" once, by Gouken in his youth. He would later turn up for a rematch in which he killed Gouken (well, not quite), and hasn't outright lost a match since (he has, however, forfeited against people who have potential to get stronger if he leaves them alive, since his honour code won't let him fight people who aren't at their strongest).
Speculation has it that Akuma did lose to a Not Quite Dead Gouken upon their reunion in IV (given that Gouken No Sold the Shun Goku Satsu with the Power of Nothingness), which is why he no longer hounds Ryu by the time of III.
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In The Last Daughter, the Endbringers, who had been considered impossible to destroy for over three decades, meet their end at the hands of Kryptonian Taylor Hebert.
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The East is burning red! Master Asia's first appearance on screen in Mobile Fighter G Gundam involves destroying 3 giant robots with his bare hands by catching and returning artillery shells, picking up the ground one was standing on, and tearing one to pieces with a headband. He is in fact explicitly titled "The Undefeated of the East"
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Rocky Balboa: Rocky is in retirement, but finds his that his life is unfulfilled and he's caught dealing with unsatisfied anger issues. Thus despite being in his 60s, he wants to climb back into the ring and vent some of those bad feelings. He does so just in time to, just like in the first movie, fight to a close loss against the dominating and unbeaten world champion, Mason "The Line" Dixon. In the next film, his retirement finally sticks, and he acts as a mentor to Apollo Creed's son, Adonis.
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Destroy the Godmodder: The godmodder is well defined here, despite being able to take down things like massive battle fleets and Chuck Norris himself with minimal effort, the godmodder has already been defeated twice.
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Lancelot defeats the unbeaten Arthur in Merlin by feigning defeat and then taking him by surprise.
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Kinnikuman: Prince Kamehame is the one of the few persons to defeat Kinnikuman in the series and what's particularly memorable is the speed in which he did it: 7 seconds.
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Eyeshield 21 has the perennial Kanto representative the Shinryuuji Naga, who had dominated the Kanto region for the longest time. They, however, pale in comparison to the Teikoku Alexanders, who have won the Christmas Bowl since the establishment of American Football in Japan.
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