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|caption = [[Shadaloo Combat Research Institute|Shadaloo C.R.I.]] profile artwork
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|birthdate = January 1<ref name="SFV data">http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-100863.html</ref>
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|birthdate = January 1<ref name="SFV data">[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-100863.html Street Fighter V Character Encyclopedia: Don Sauvage]</ref>
 
|birthplace = {{flagicon|United States}} Florida, [[United States of America]]<ref name="SFV data"/>
 
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|voiceactor = '''[[wikipedia:Jason Liebrecht|Jason Liebrecht]]'''
 
|voiceactor = '''[[wikipedia:Jason Liebrecht|Jason Liebrecht]]'''
 
|japanactor = '''[[wikipedia:Mitsuru Ogata|Mitsuru Ogata]]'''
 
|japanactor = '''[[wikipedia:Mitsuru Ogata|Mitsuru Ogata]]'''
 
}}{{Nihongo|'''Don Sauvage'''|ドン・ソバージュ|Don Sobāju}} is a [[Game Announcer|Ring Announcer]].
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{{Nihongo|'''Don Sauvage'''|ドン・ソバージュ|Don Sobāju}} is a [[Game Announcer|Ring Announcer]].
 
   
 
==History==
 
==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.<ref name="SFV data"/>
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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 [[Capcom Wrestling Association|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.<ref name="SFV data"/>
   
 
===''[[Street Fighter V]]''===
 
===''[[Street Fighter V]]''===
Don Sauvage is seen as the announcer in [[Zangief]]'s prologue story, in the [[Capcom Wrestling Association|CWA]] match from the [[Story Mode]], and in the background of the [[High Roller Casino]] stage.
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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.
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He also appears in ''[[A Shadow Falls]]''; serving as the ring announcer. After Alex won his previous match, Sauvage introduces Zangief and R. Mika to face him in a handicap match. However, Laura leaps into the ring and interrupts his promo by grabbing the bullhorn from him. When Laura enters herself into the match to make it a tag team match, Sauvage shows no objection to the addition.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
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*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==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
DonSauvage.png
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DonSauvage.png|Don as seen in [[Zangief]]'s character story.
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Don1.png|[[Shadaloo Combat Research Institute|Shadaloo C.R.I.]] profile artwork.
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Don2.png|Shadaloo C.R.I. profile artwork in a different outfit.
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SFV-July-Shot-03.jpg|Don Sauvage in the [[High Roller Casino]] stage.
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TheHeatUpDuo5.png|Don Sauvage in ''[[A Shadow Falls]]''
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Latest revision as of 01:12, 28 July 2020

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

History[edit | edit source]

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[edit | edit source]

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.

He also appears in A Shadow Falls; serving as the ring announcer. After Alex won his previous match, Sauvage introduces Zangief and R. Mika to face him in a handicap match. However, Laura leaps into the ring and interrupts his promo by grabbing the bullhorn from him. When Laura enters herself into the match to make it a tag team match, Sauvage shows no objection to the addition.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • 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[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

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