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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*Don Sauvage heavily resembles the man in a yellow suit that appears in [[Balrog]]'s ''[[Super Street Fighter II]]'' stage. It is unknown if they the same person, or if Don Sauvage was inspired by this background character.
 
*Don Sauvage heavily resembles the man in a yellow suit that appears in [[Balrog]]'s ''[[Super Street Fighter II]]'' stage. It is unknown if they the same person, or if Don Sauvage was inspired by this background character.
*Don Sauvage's appearance is likely based on Professional Wrestling persona [[wikipedia:Jimmy Hart|Jimmy Hart]], including the signature megaphone, flashy outfit and sunglasses.
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*Don Sauvage's appearance is likely based on Professional Wrestling persona [[wikipedia:Jimmy Hart|Jimmy Hart]], including the signature megaphone, flashy outfit and sunglasses. Like Sauvage, Hart was also a band member prior to his debut as an advocate.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==

Revision as of 01:05, August 10, 2018

Don Sauvage (ドン・ソバージュ Don Sobāju?) is a Ring Announcer.

History

In the past Don Sauvage was part of a rock band, but it didn't manage to make much profit. His verbosity called the attention of the CWA and he was hired as a ring announcer. He later began working as a freelancer announcer, livening up matches for a variety of organizations. Besides battles, he also works as an announcer for a variety of events, and also works in Zangief's box office and in a talk show from Las Vegas.[1]

Street Fighter V

Don Sauvage is seen as the announcer in Zangief's character story, in the CWA match from the Story Mode, and in the background of the High Roller Casino stage.

Trivia

  • Don Sauvage heavily resembles the man in a yellow suit that appears in Balrog's Super Street Fighter II stage. It is unknown if they the same person, or if Don Sauvage was inspired by this background character.
  • Don Sauvage's appearance is likely based on Professional Wrestling persona Jimmy Hart, including the signature megaphone, flashy outfit and sunglasses. Like Sauvage, Hart was also a band member prior to his debut as an advocate.

Gallery

References

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