"Techniques without power are useless. Even if you have the knowledge of a thousand fighting techniques, if you do not have the strength necessary to execute them, you just as powerless as a brittle fly."
― Sairaorg Bael (Highschool DxD)
The power to
infuse strength with physical combat. Variation of Combat Merging.
Divine Hammer ( Dragon Ball Super)
Gō no Ken/Fist of Strength ( Fist of the North Star)
Strong Fist ( Naruto)
The user can mix physical strength with close-quarters combat, giving their attacks great force which can potentially kill their opponents.
Simply relying on brute force is never a decent strategy.
The efficiency of power depends on the user's level of skill.
Extensive use may be damaging.
Crimson Gem of Cyttorak ( Marvel Comics)
The Hercules Method ( The Strange Talnet of Luthor Strange)
Strong Suit ( Image Comics)
Fist of Tebigong ( Xiaolin Showdown)
Sōsuke Aizen's (Bleach) tremendous strength combined with his sword-skill allows him to slice through Shikai and Bankai with ease.
Donkey Kong (Donkey Kong/Super Smash Bros.) unleashes his
Broly (Dragon Ball Z) makes heavy use of his brute strength and size in combat.
After mutating his left arm, Fused Zamasu (Dragon Ball Super) created his own fighting style, Divine Hammer, to make full use of his massive arm and strength.
Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Terra's (Kingdom Hearts) fighting style is heavily dependent on brute strength.
Charlotte Linlin/Big Mom (One Piece) makes full use of her titanic strength, using brute force to destroy anything in her path...
...showcasing her monsterous strength during a fight with Kaido.
Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece) used
Gum Gum/Gomu Gomu no King Kong Gun, a punch so powerful…
…the aftershock of its impact completely devastates the land of Dressrossa.
Jack Hawksmoor (Wildstorm/DC Comics)
Great General Mou Bu of Qin (Kingdom) demonstrates his immense strength during combat, turning his opponents into pulp.
Shin of the
Hi Shin Unit
(Kingdom) frequently Infuses his monstrous strength with his
...later incorporating it while wielding his podao.
Like his Qin counterpart, Shin, Kou Yoku of the
(Kingdom) frequently Infuses his own monstrous strength with his
...demonstrating his prowess with the incredible feat of blocking and stopping the huge Great General, Tou's
Rasen - Faru Faru sword strike.
Zen Ou of the
Kan Ki Army (Kingdom) wielding his war club with powerful results.
Might Guy (Naruto) using the
Night Guy technique, a kick so strong that it distorts space.
While untrained in combat, The Sentry (Marvel Comics) possesses incredibly powerful superhuman strength, creating a sonic boom just by punching Ultron Janet...
...and sent Ares, a God of War, flying with one punch.
With nothing but his limitless strength, The Hulk (Marvel Comics) has fought numerous beings, creatures, entities...
...overpowering Colossus, one of the world's strongest mutants...
...going toe to toe with Cain Marko, the Unstoppable Juggernaut, one of the strongest beings in the Marvel Universe.
Crimson Gem of Cyttorak (Marvel Comics)
Luke Cage (Marvel Comics)
Benjamin Grimm/The Thing (Marvel Comics)
Piotr Rasputin/Colossus (Marvel Comics)
Gladiator (Marvel Comics)
Simon Williams/Wonder Man (Marvel Comics)
Gigas' (Tekken 7) fighting style, Destructive Impulse, centers around this ability.
Ken-OhKing of Fists's (Fist of the North Star) Gō no Ken style of the Hokuto Shin Ken focuses on overpowering opponents with nothing but sheer, immense and destructive power.
Younger Toguro (Yu Yu Hakusho) makes heavy use of his physical strength in combat.