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Both {{an|Dawn}} and [[James]] are fans of Pokémon Hustle. Dawn even decided to be a contestant on the show along with {{Ash}} and [[Brock]]. [[Team Rocket]], however, decided to set up a fake Pokémon Hustle in order to steal Trainers' Pokémon.
 
Both {{an|Dawn}} and [[James]] are fans of Pokémon Hustle. Dawn even decided to be a contestant on the show along with {{Ash}} and [[Brock]]. [[Team Rocket]], however, decided to set up a fake Pokémon Hustle in order to steal Trainers' Pokémon.
   
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It resembles a Japanese Game show known as Sasuke (or Ninja Warrior in America) with its many obstacles.
 
It resembles a Japanese Game show known as Sasuke (or Ninja Warrior in America) with its many obstacles.
   

Revision as of 19:27, 1 December 2009

Pokémon Hustle (Japanese: ポケモンハッスル Pokémon Hustle) is a game show featured in Beating the Bustle and Hustle!. It seems to be based on a traditional Japanese game show.

Trainers and their Pokémon may become contestants and must complete various challenges such as running across a rolling log and dodging foam boulders.

Both Dawn and James are fans of Pokémon Hustle. Dawn even decided to be a contestant on the show along with Ash and Brock. Team Rocket, however, decided to set up a fake Pokémon Hustle in order to steal Trainers' Pokémon.

Trivia

It resembles a Japanese Game show known as Sasuke (or Ninja Warrior in America) with its many obstacles.

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