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Sumo Kong

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Residence Chili Pepper Kingdom Lychee Kingdom
Species Kong
Gender Male
Affiliates Dread Kong
Ninja Kong
Karate Kong
Powers/Abilities Sumo abilities
Enemies Donkey Kong
Games Donkey Kong Jungle Beat

Sumo Kong is a giant ape, who is king of the Chili Pepper Kingdom and the Lychee Kingdom. So far, his only appearance was Donkey Kong Jungle Beat as the King of the Star Fruit Kingdom.

Description

Much like what it was named after, Sumo Kong is large and tall, He also has a scar across its right eye. He has greenish brown fur, and grey-blue shorts. He is the ruler of the Star-Fruit Kingdom, the sixteenth kingdom Donkey Kong ventures through in Donkey Kong Jungle Beat. Donkey Kong's battle takes place in space on an asteroid with Earth in the background. After a long fist-fight with Sumo Kong, Donkey Kong was victorious in battle and went on to do battle with the colossal Ghastly King. Sumo Kong appears with the other Kong Kings (Dread Kong, Karate Kong, Ninja Kong) at the end of the game ceremony. It seems that Ghastly and Cactus King put a spell on the Kong Kings so they celebrate and honor Donkey Kong's victory over the Ghastly and Cactus King instead of attacking him. The Star-Fruit Kingdom contains Ninjape Rally and the Asteroid Belt.

How to defeat

To defeat Sumo Kong, very quick actions are required. When he's about to launch an attack, punch on the side where his arm is lifted, then he will try to push you with his hand. Players must then clap to dodge or duck and then start punching him. After a couple more times, you'll defeat him and complete the level.

Trivia

  • Sumo Kong's name, as well as his appearance, are obviously derived from the Japanese fighting style and sport, sumo wrestling.
  • Sumo Kong makes a strange robotic voice before and after its defeat when battled.