Dragon Ball FighterZ Breaks Down Yamcha's Wolf Fang Fist Moveset

A new Dragon Ball FighterZ character breakdown has been released that shows off Yamcha's signature Wolf Fang Fist and some of the many combos that you can pull off with the move.

Yamcha may not be the strongest character to grace the various Dragon Ball anime series as he repeatedly gets taken out by enemies and is excluded from the universe vs. universe Tournament of Power, but when it comes to his role in Dragon Ball FighterZ, he doesn't look like he'll be a fighter to pass on. Bandai Namco's new fighter breakdown for Yamcha brings back esports commentator Chris "Hellpockets" Fields to discuss the fighter's signature move and combos in the quick breakdown.

The video pits Yamcha against Goku Black, an enemy that's powerful in the anime but is no match for Yamcha's Wolf Fang Fist in Dragon Ball FighterZ. Those who have followed Yamcha's misadventures and unfortunate fights throughout the anime will know that his Wolf Fang Fist is his go-to move, something that Hellpockets stresses while calling the move Yamcha's "bread and butter." As such, the entire video focuses on the move that begins with a series of several quick, light punches that transition into the signature ability.

But while other fighters' moves are designed to be big finishes, Yamcha's Wolf Fang Fist is just the beginning. After starting a fight with the quick punches shown at the beginning of Hellpockets' breakdown, you can combo the move into several different variations that'll allow you to move around your enemy. Knocking them down at the end of the move will also give you a chance to use a quick Spirit Ball super before they can recover.

Once your opponents get used to you opening fights with the traditional Wolf Fang Fist, you can then switch it up by using the EX cancel for a powerful strikethrough attack that can be combo'd into more abilities while they're in the air assuming you've got the timing to continue the attack.


Dragon Ball FighterZ is scheduled to be released on Jan. 26, but look for more character moveset breakdowns before it's released.