Super Fire Pro Wrestling [Model SHVC-FP]

Nintendo Super Famicom cart. published 33 years ago by Human Ent.

Listed in MAME

Super Fire Pro Wrestling [Model SHVC-FP] screenshot

Super Fire Pro Wrestling © 1991 Human Ent.

The first Fire Pro release on the Super Famicom features 21 wrestlers taking each other on in a one shot dream match including singles and tag competition. Or a 5-on-5 elimination match and 8-man tournament. Super Fire Pro Wrestling also features a Trial Mode where the player is taught how to play.

Up to two players can play simultaneously.


Cartridge ID: SHVC-FP
Barcode: 4959143600010

Players: 2
Control: 8-Way Joystick
Buttons: 4
=> [Y] Weak strike/grapple, [B] Medium strike/grapple, [A] Strong strike/grapple, [X] Run


Super Fire Pro Wrestling was released on December 20, 1991 in Japan.

Super Fire Pro Wrestling was released early on in the Super Famicom's life and thus it doesn't support up to four players going at it simultaneously like the previous games in the series (that were released for the PC Engine).

Super Fire Pro Wrestling features 21 characters based on real wrestlers. Their likeness are accurate, but were given false names due to a lack of of a promotion's license. In the list shown below, the name of the wrestler in the game is shown at left, and their real name is listed right:

Victory Musashi = Antonio Inoki (New Japan Pro Wrestling)
Great Shiba = Giant Baba (All Japan Pro Wrestling)
Axe Duggan = Hulk Hogan (World Wrestling Federation)
Thunder Ryu = Genichiro Tenryu (Super World of Sports)
Hurricane Rikimaru = Riki Choshu (New Japan Pro Wrestling)
Shinya Hatamoto = Shinya Hashimoto (New Japan Pro Wrestling)
Takashi Kajiwara = Yoshiaki Fujiwara (Universal Wrestling Federation)
Masakatsu Higaki = Masakatsu Funaki (Universal Wrestling Federation)
Mitsuhide Hikawa = Mitsuharu Misawa (All Japan Pro Wrestling)
Tommy Bomber = Jumbo Tsuruta (All Japan Pro Wrestling)
Super Kaiser = Jushin Liger (New Japan Pro Wrestling)
Phantom Guy = Pegasus Kid (New Japan Pro Wrestling)
Bloody Allen = Bad News Brown (New Japan Pro Wrestling)
Mad Tiger = Tiger Jeet Singh (All Japan Pro Wrestling)
Knight Blaster = Hawk (All Japan Pro Wrestling)
Iron Blaster = Animal (All Japan Pro Wrestling)
Blade Musha = The Great Muta (New Japan Pro Wrestling)
Astro Blaster = The Ultimate Warrior (World Wrestling Federation)
Akira Saeha = Akira Maeda (Universal Wrestling Federation)
Hitman Saber = Big Van Vader (New Japan Pro Wrestling)
Star Bison = Stan Hansen (All Japan Pro Wrestling)

May 1992 - Joypad N.8 (Page 142-143) [FR]: 72/100


To watch two computer controlled opponents go at it, hold down Button X and select Exhibition (second option of the main menu) in either Single or Tag Team match. Choose a wrestler(s) while still holding X, then pick controller 2 to select the other wrestler(s). When done correctly, the selected wrestlers will be controlled by the computer.

There are three wrestlers who aren't normally usable, these are:

Ittetsu Wakamoto = Kotetsu Yamamoto (New Japan Pro Wrestling)
Rikiouzan = Rikidozan (Japan Wrestling Association)
B.G. Bull = Bruiser Brody (All Japan Pro Wrestling)

You can play as each of them in World Championship mode by doing the following. Hold the L Button and highlight the fourth option of the main menu. Select it with B, and a window will appear at the bottom right. Press Y. The game highlights the first option (World Championship) press Start, then select either Single or Tag with Start button. The wrestler select screen will appear with the three additional wrestlers available. To play as these characters in any mode other than World Championship and the Dojo, simply hold L and press Start until you reach the wrestler select screen.

Enter CHACHA at the Password screen for Chagamimaru referee. Enter WOMAN for a female referee. These work even though they don't use up all 30 spaces on the Password screen.

05B0X N703W 2W = Use this password to face the team of Star Bison and B.G. Bull at the end of the Tag World Championship
FOV5B 4PH5Z A2 = This password starts the Single World Championship in Hard Mode
KYDXR QCEFP LW = Starts the Tag World Championship in Hard Mode
PJ3TW ESEQD AK = Face Rikiouzan at the end of the Hard Mode World Championship
05B0X JHO3W KW = Go up against the special tag team of Rikiouzan and B.G. Bull at the end of the Hard Mode World Championship


1. Fire Pro Wrestling - Combination Tag [Model HM89001] (1989, PCE)
2. Fire Pro Wrestling 2nd Bout [Model HM91005] (1991, PCE)
3. Super Fire Pro Wrestling [Model SHVC-FP] (1991, SFC)
4. Thunder Pro Wrestling Retsuden (1992, MD)
5. Fire Pro Wrestling 3 - Legend Bout (1992, PCE)
6. Super Fire Pro Wrestling 2 [Model SHVC-FF] (1992, SFC)
7. Super Fire Pro Wrestling III - Final Bout [Model SHVC-F3] (1993, SFC)
8. Super Fire Pro Wrestling III - Easy Type [Model SHVC-3E] (1994, SFC)
9. Fire Pro Joshi - All Star Dream Slam [Model SHVC-J4] (1994, SFC)
10. Super Fire Pro Wrestling Special [Model SHVC-AP4J-JPN] (1994, SFC)
11. Wrestling Universe - Fire Pro Joshi - Dome Choujo Taisen - WOWOW vs. JWP [Model HMCD-4008] (1995, PCE CD)
12. Super Fire Pro Wrestling - Queen's Special [Model SHVC-AQQJ-JPN] (1995, SFC)
13. Fire Pro Gaiden Blazing Tornado [Model T-4302G] (1995, SAT)
14. Super Fire Pro Wrestling X [Model SHVC-AF5J-JPN] (1995, SFC)
15. Fire Pro Wrestling - Iron Slam '96 (1996, PS)
16. Super Fire Pro Wrestling X Premium [Model SHVC-AF6J-JPN] (1996, SFC)
17. Fire Pro Wrestling S - 6Men Scramble [Model T-4308G] (1996, SAT)
18. Fire Pro Wrestling G (1999, PS)
19. Fire Pro Wrestling for WonderSwan (2000, WonderSwan)
20. Fire Pro Wrestling i (2001, i-mode)
21. Fire Pro Wrestling D (2001, Dreamcast)
22. Fire Pro Wrestling A (2001, GBA)
23. Fire Pro Wrestling J (2002, J-PHONE)
24. Final Fire Pro Wrestling - Yume no Dantai Unei! [Model AGB-AFWJ-JPN] (2002, GBA)
25. Fire Pro Wrestling Z (2003, PS2)
26. Fire Pro Wrestling Returns (2005, PS2)
27. Fire Pro Wrestling in Mobage (2011, Mobage)
28. Fire Pro Wrestling (2012, X360)
29. Fire Pro Wrestling World (2017, PC)


Game's ROM.