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The Big Match! Fire Pokémon Battle!!

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These donuts are great! This article is about an episode of the Pokémon anime that has not been dubbed into English. As such, its coverage may contain romanized Japanese names, rather than dub names.
The Journey to be a Pokémon Master Begins!!
Pocket Monsters TV Special: Masara Town Arc Recap
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けっせん! ほのおのポケモンバトル!!
The Big Match! Fire Pokémon Battle!!
First broadcast
Japan September 29, 2000
United States
English themes
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Japanese themes
Opening めざせポケモンマスター
Ending ニャースのうた
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(Japanese: けっせん! ほのおのポケモンバトル!! The Big Match! Fire Pokémon Battle!!) is the second episode in a series of three clip shows released as OVAs in 2000 called Pocket Monsters TV Special: Masara Town Arc Recap, available on rental-only VHS. They chronicled the events of the anime throughout Ash's Indigo League journey. This episode gives a brief recap of Ash's first four Gym battle, and shows select events from Pokémon Scent-sation! to Bad to the Bone. Unlike the previous episode, it contains no new footage and doesn't have any Dare Da? eyecatches, instead using brief humorous clips from the episodes to break up segments.

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Rental-only VHS Cover


The Journey to be a Pokémon Master Begins!!
Pocket Monsters TV Special: Masara Town Arc Recap
Fierce Battles! Pokémon League!!
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