Hawlucha (Kalos Coastal Pokédex. It is a Fighting/Flying-Type, and is known as the Wrestling Pokémon.) is the 89th Pokémon in the
Hawlucha can use one of two Abilities: Limber, an Ability that gives it an immunity to Paralysis; or Unburden, which doubles its Speed once it consumes its Hold Item. Hawlucha's Hidden Ability is Mold Breaker, which allows its moves to work as they normally would regardless of the Abilities of the Targeted Pokémon.
Hawlucha doesn't evolve and doesn't have a pre-evolved form.
Hawlucha is in the Human-Like Egg Group. It takes Hawlucha One Million Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Hawlucha takes on the appearance of a performer of Lucha Libre, a form of professional wrestling, complete with a mask-like face.
Hawlucha doesn't have any visible differences to differentiate between male and female.
Hawlucha has yet to appear in a Spin-Off Game as of writing.
Trading Card Game
No Trading Card Game Information as of yet; will be updated once featured in an upcoming TCG Set.
Hawlucha has yet to appear in the Anime as of writing.
Hawlucha has yet to appear in any of the films as of writing.
Hawlucha has yet to appear in the Manga as of writing.
Hawlucha is in the Overused (OU) tier of competitive battling, where it stands out as a very capable and threatening set-up threat. Thanks to the emergence of terrain abilities from Tapu Koko, Tapu Bulu, and Tapu Lele, Hawlucha can utilize terrain seeds such as the Electric Seed, Grassy Seed, and Psychic Seed, which bolsters its Defense for the first two and Special Defense for the latter. More importantly, Hawlucha's Unburden ability kicks in once the Seed has been consumed, giving it a great Speed boost that allows for it to outspeed common Choice Scarf users, speedy threats like Mega Alakazam, and other sweepers like Mega Swampert under rain and Shift Gear Magearna. Hawlucha has a very good offensive typing as well, allowing for it to threaten out defensive Pokémon such as Ferrothorn, Mega Venusaur, and Tangrowth. Most notably, Hawlucha can take advantage of the presence of defensive Landorus-T variants, which cannot do much to Hawlucha. The most common Hawlucha set utilizes Swords Dance alongside two powerful STAB attacks in Acrobatics and High Jump Kick. It also uses Roost so that it can more easily take advantage of defensive Pokémon like Landorus-T and Celesteela, who cannot threaten it much once Hawlucha has obtained a Defense boost from Electric or Grassy Seed. While Hawlucha is a very good Pokémon in OU, its subpar Attack stat means that it cannot KO certain foes even after a Swords Dance boost, such as Mega Latios. It also has issues with more bulky defensive Pokémon that are not weak to its STABs, such as Toxapex, Mew, and Zapdos. Hawlucha is also not exactly very bulky, even after gaining a boost from a Seed, making it a bit prone to being taken out by powerful priority attacks such as Mega Pinsir's Quick Attack or Ash-Greninja's Water Shuriken.
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