Mario SSB4

First Appearance

Donkey Kong (1981)

Latest Appearance



Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria

Mario is a character from the Mario (series). The longest character ever to be on video games, he has also appeared on the Super Smash Bros. video games. He has been on the video games since the 1981's Donkey Kong.

IndyCar, BATC, Family FeudEdit

Mario represents Bulgaria in the combined events with Verizon IndyCar Series, Celebrity Family Feud and Ben and Toad's Contest.

Some known Celebrity Family Feud results for Mario were fourth round in Professional Boxers and Joely Fisher vs. Tony Hawk, losing to James Hinchcliffe, and Garrett Morris vs. Alfonso Ribeiro and Todd Chrisley vs. Sara Evans, where he almost took out Pee Saderd in the third round to almost end the guitarist's hope for a second successive final.

In Garrett Morris vs. Alfonso Ribeiro and Todd Chrisley vs. Sara Evans, Mario played a third round match against Pee Saderd, the reigning Celebrity Family Feud champion entering the tournament. In the second set, Mario was holding a match point on the reigning champion Pee Saderd's serve at 5-4 in the second set before the Russian backed up the match and forced Mario a third set. He eventually lost the match. Had he won, he would have sent Saderd packing back to Sonoma.

Mario will represent Bulgaria with his brother Luigi at the IndyVision Song Contest 2016. They didn't pass the second semifinal, earning Bulgaria the same results from 2005-2006, and 2008-2013; and a worse result than the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest.

In Funny Gals vs. Funny Guys and Louie Anderson vs. Christina Milian (August 20), Mario upset Aurorus to set a fourth round encounter with Pee Saderd, whom he almost win again in Garrett Morris vs. Alfonso Ribeiro and Todd Chrisley vs. Sara Evans.


Mario is known for being in a various number of Nintendo video games, including ones for the Wii and the handheld systems. It is known to be the hero for every Super Mario Bros. game that is titled like that.

As a member of the Original 12, Mario is a starter character for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.


  • Mario first appeared in video games in 1981.
  • Some of the BATC season 1 contestants weren't even born when Mario made his debut in 1981.
  • Only two contestants eliminated in BATC season 1 week 7, Gilles Marini and Hélio Castroneves, were alive when Mario made his debut.
  • Mario existed when the 1982 FIFA World Cup happened.

Mario PartyEdit

Mario has appeared in every Mario Party game; the other four characters that were in every Mario Party video game to date are Princess Peach, Yoshi and Luigi. In every game, Mario was always available from the start of the game. In Mario Party 1, he has it's own board, Mario's Rainbow Castle.