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Buffy the Vampire Slayer

CBUB Wins: 24
CBUB Losses: 20
Win Percentage: 54.55%

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Buffy Summers is a fictional character from Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer franchise. She first appeared in the 1992 film Buffy the Vampire Slayer before going on to appear in the television series and subsequent comic book of the same name. The character has also appeared in the spin-off series Angel, as well as numerous non-canon expanded universe material, such as novels, comics, and video games. Buffy was portrayed by Kristy Swanson in the film, and later by Sarah Michelle Gellar in the television series. Giselle Loren voiced the character in the video games and unproduced animated series.

Buffy is the protagonist of the story, and the series depicts her everyday life as she grows up. In the film, she is a high school cheerleader who learns that she is the Slayer, a Chosen One gifted with the strength and skills to fight vampires, demons, and the forces of darkness. The television series shows Buffy carrying out her destiny in a small town built atop a portal to hell (Hellmouth), surrounded by a group of friends and family who support her in her mission. In the comic book continuation, she is a young woman who has accepted her duties and is now responsible for training others like her. The character of Buffy was created to subvert the stereotypical female horror film victim; Whedon wanted to create a strong female cultural icon.

The character of Buffy first appears in the 1992 Buffy the Vampire Slayer film, played by Kristy Swanson. The film, written by Joss Whedon, depicts Buffy as a shallow high school cheerleader who is informed by a man named Merrick (Donald Sutherland) that she has been chosen by fate to battle the undead. Buffy reluctantly undergoes training in her abilities by Merrick, and as her responsibility as the Slayer causes her to become alienated from her valley girl peers, she finds friendship and romance with fellow outcast Pike (Luke Perry). Merrick eventually comes to respect Buffy's rebellious nature, and she defeats vampire king Lothos (Rutger Hauer) by relying on her own contemporary style as opposed to traditional Slayer conventions. Although this film is not in continuity with the later television series, in 1999, author Christopher Golden adapted Joss Whedon's original script into a comic book entitled "The Origin", which Whedon later confirmed to be "pretty much" canonical.

On May 25, 2009, The Hollywood Reporter revealed Roy Lee and Doug Davison of Vertigo Entertainment would be working with Fran Rubel Kuzui and Kazi Kuzui on a relaunch of the Buffy series for the big screen. The series would not be a sequel or prequel to the existing movie or television franchise and Joss Whedon will have no involvement in the project. None of the cast or original characters from the television series will be featured. Television series executive producer Marti Noxon later reflected that this story might have been produced by the studio in order to frighten Joss into taking reins of the project.

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Fantasy Teams Season 1 Record:

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Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Venom (Flash Thompson) 17 to 13

Regular play Record:

Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Millennium 63 to 37
Loss Doctor Octopus 27 to 51
Win Alice (American McGee's) 60 to 43
Loss Morrigan Aensland 49 to 53
Win Jigsaw (John Kramer) 69 to 24
Loss Elektra 26 to 50
Loss Ashley J. Williams 46 to 77
Loss Ocean's Eleven 42 to 44
Win Anita Blake 48 to 31
Loss Gabriel Van Helsing 33 to 51
Loss Mr Immortal 37 to 63
Win Baby Bonnie Hood 56 to 30
Loss Blade 35 to 79
Loss Nightwing 31 to 84
Loss Bloodrayne 47 to 49
Loss Batman & Robin 34 to 74
Loss Chaos Space Marines 36 to 74
Loss Jason Voorhees 48 to 63
Win Liquid Snake 56 to 51
Loss Captain America 25 to 82
Win Morbius 54 to 41
Win Count Olaf 67 to 14
Win Fuzzy Lumpkins 73 to 26
Loss Selene 34 to 38
Win Queen Akasha 26 to 11
Loss Blade 9 to 17
Win Fanboys 17 to 8
Loss Marrow 11 to 20
Win Evil Ash 21 to 12
Loss Witch-King of Angmar 6 to 15
Win John Crichton 11 to 6
Win Edward Cullen 21 to 6
Win Michael Myers 15 to 13
Loss Abe Lincoln (Vampire Hunter) 9 to 13
Win Vampires (30 Days of Night) 22 to 4
Win Sarah Jane Smith 14 to 5
Win Captain Jack Harkness 15 to 5
Loss Vin 7 to 16
Win Cassie Hack 17 to 9
Win Cassandra Cain 8 to 7
Win Inspector Gadget 8 to 7
Win Freddy Krueger 16 to 11
Win Bone Saw McGraw 7 to 4