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Ash Ketchum finally becomes Pokemon World Champion after 25 years

The title of Pokemon World Champion has been taken home by Ash Ketchum, the main protagonist of the Pokemon anime series.

More than 25 years after the first episode of the program was broadcast, fans of the franchise have expressed their delight at the character being the most powerful Pokemon trainer in the world.

A tweet sent out by the official Pokemon Twitter account congratulating Ash on his achievement has been liked nearly 200,000 times.

Over 1,200 episodes have been produced for the show, which was first conceived as a video game.

Since 1997, when the character Ash Ketchum first saw the electric mouse monster Pikachu on the occasion of his 10th birthday, the anime has followed Ash Ketchum as he strives to become a Pokemon Master.

The audience has watched him work toward his goal of becoming the Pokemon trainer with the most power over the course of the past 25 years. The protagonists of the series are trainers who capture legendary creatures known as pocket monsters and pit those monsters against one another in battle.

In addition to the animated television show, the original Japanese Game Boy game also produced a trading card game, more than 20 movies, and a multitude of products, ranging from collectible cardboard discs known as pogs to stuffed animals.

The majority of the seasons of the anime follow Ash as he travels across a variety of imaginary places in order to capture Pokemon and earn the required eight gym badges in order to compete in the Pokemon League.

Final Battle

But the most recent series, Pokemon Ultimate Journeys, has taken a different approach because it follows Ash as he travels across the world rather than staying within the confines of a single region.

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Both the Orange League from the Orange Islands season and the Alola League from Pokemon: Sun and Moon have been won by Ash in the past. Both of these victories have been witnessed by viewers.

However, in order for Ash to triumph at the World Championship, he had to prevail over other formidable trainers from all around the world.

The decisive battle between Ash and Leon, a previous world champion, took place over the course of four episodes. It also featured the return of former companions from past seasons of the anime who have since been retired, like as fan favorites Brock, Misty, and Dawn. This was the first time these characters had appeared in the anime since they were first introduced.

The tweet below was written by Sarah Natochenny, who does the voice of Ash in the American version of the anime “YESSSS!!! Our young man is the very greatest there has ever been; there has never been anyone else!!!” but a number of the show’s adult viewers took to Twitter to express how the conclusion left them feeling “emotional.”

It is currently unknown whether Ash and Pikachu will appear in the subsequent season of the anime.

It has become into a custom for a new season of the anime to debut at the same time as a new installment in the Pokemon video game series. Scarlet and Violet, the newest installments in the Pokemon video game franchise, will be made available for purchase on Friday, November 18.

Final Words

Ash Ketchum, the lovable protagonist of the Pokemon cartoon series, finally achieved his goal of becoming a world champion when he triumphed at the Masters Eight Tournament of the World Coronation Series.

Ketchum had been working toward this goal for the past 25 years. As a result of Ash’s victory over Leon, the Galar Champion, in the championship match featuring Pikachu and Charizard, Ash was crowned the best trainer.

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  • Sujay Patil

    Myself Sujay Patil, I aim to cover the latest trends in the entertainment industry with my own unique perspective thrown in for a good measure. I love dogs and reading about topics ranging from sports to science and technology. I am final year Engineering student.

Sujay Patil
Sujay Patil
Myself Sujay Patil, I aim to cover the latest trends in the entertainment industry with my own unique perspective thrown in for a good measure. I love dogs and reading about topics ranging from sports to science and technology. I am final year Engineering student.
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