This stadium does not allow for walk offs or easy horizontal KO's. The stadium allows for a possible horizontal aerial KO's.The best KO's to deliver are the air based ones. There are two platforms on each side of the stadium and the higher placed platform is closer to the center than the lower one. The platforms are spaced as to give each fighter a chance to get on them, but they are not high enough for easy aerial KO's.
This stage comes from a restored variant of the Blossom City Stadium in the first mission. This stage would take place after the events of game. It has all the benches, the baseball field aspects, and even the scoreboard. They are all fixed.
|No||Jergingha's Planet Destruction Form||Original||Rei Kondoh||Final Boss theme|
|No||Tables Turn||Original||Hiroshi Yamaguchi||Plays during the boss fights|
|No||ST01: Roll Out, Wonderful 100!||Original||Hiroshi Yamaguchi||Plays in Blossom City|
|Yes||Action!||Michiru Yamane||Norihiko Hibino||A speedier rock styled track|
|Yes||Red vs. Blue||Masato Kohda||Akira Takizawa||A faster rock take on Wonder Red's fight with Wonder Blue|
|Yes||ST05-1 Orgretoe Jungle||Masato Kohda||Hitomi Kurokawa||Has a more jungle-esque sound to it|
|Yes||The Meizerr Attacks!||Masato Kohda||Rei Kondoh||A more dramatic re-orchestrated version of the track|
- The stage's scoreboard in the background will display "Home Run!" when someone gets KO'ed by the Home Run Bat.
- The scoreboard will also encourage players to go to the Smash Museum hall for the Wonderful 101.