|Height||5 feet 10 inches|
|Age||38 (40 in Punch-Out!: VR)|
Glass Joe is a timid and weak boxer in the Punch-Out!! series. He has yet to capture a second win out of his 100 fights. Always last in the Minor Circuit, his dreams of holding the belt may never come true. He first appeared in the arcade Punch-Out in 1984, and three years later made a appearance on the NES. His most recent appearance was in the 2009 Nintendo Wii installment.
Glass Joe appears in Punch-Out!: VR as the weakest boxer in the entire game, With a streak of 101 Losses to 1 Win, Glass Joe has a very low defensive ability and his offense is weak, as it takes quite a while for him to deal damage. His Signature attack is yet again the Taunt Punch, which in itself is slow, and can be easily counter-attacked to earn an instant KO. Now 40, he is now considered to be even worse.
- "Viens ici, je vais être gentil!" (Come here, I'll Be gentle!) - Glass Joe before executing his Taunt Punch
- "HAH! J'ai fait venir sur vous ce que vous avez fait pour moi!" (HAH! I have brought upon you what you did to me!) - Glass Joe after he wins in the Contender Mode
- "Ugh ... La prochaine fois je vais te dominer, Petit Mac" (Ugh... Next time I will dominate you, Little Mac) - Glass Joe after losing in Contender Mode
- "Ma mâchoire est pas à sa place, quelqu'un peut-il appeler un médecin?" (My jaw is out of place, Can somebody call a doctor?) - Glass Joe during the intermission
Joe once again makes a return in this game and has seemed to lose his headgear, however he is still in the same spot as previously and only his losing streak has changed.
Glass Joe appears as a trophy in Jake's Super Smash Bros..
Trophy Description Edit
| ||It's France's Glass Jaw, Glass Joe! Weighing in at 110lbs and hailing from Paris, France, this boxer... kind of sucks. He's fought - and lost - more times than most of the others in the World Video Boxing Association, and yet he's still trying to earn his second-ever win. How did he win his first? Apparently he beat Nick Bruiser in what has been described as a "freak accident"; the WVBA doesn't even list the loss on Bruiser's record!|