Mewtwo v. Mewtwo.
World Champion Wolfe Glick with another win.
I can't help but imagine how epic these tournaments are (finally) going to be on Pokémon Sword & Shield.
And the win goes to Connor Yuen. (That interview was so cute.)
The Pokémon World Championships will be coming back to Washington, DC, from August 16–18, 2019, returning to the site of a famous video game match featuring Pachirisu.
A recap on this season's first Pokémon International Championships.
Here's how the full two days on the main stage went down, as well as the finals.
Hollywood. That's the same MC that presented Bill and Reggie's showdown.
Juniors, Seniors and Masters Finals on Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon.
You can receive Ryota's Krookodile even if you don't have an event badge.
The North America International Championships will also be the third stop in the Pokkén Tournament Championship Series.
Here's to the 2018 North America International Championships.
Hype for the 2018 Latin American Pokémon International Championships.
Now imagine for a second how cool these tournaments are going to be once the franchise makes the jump to Nintendo Switch.
An Italia vs. Norway showdown Down Under.
The 2018 Pokémon World Championships will take place at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee, from August 24 to August 26.
The Oceania International Championships will be the first to feature the Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon video games.
Dragonite, Chansey, and Togedemaru each had their turns wowing the crowd and making lasting memories for Trainers from all over the world.
That intro though. The Pokémon Company is not messing around.
Nicholas won the first game decisively. So decisively, in fact, that he knocked out the same amount of his own Pokémon that Phillip did.