|"Can't you do better than that?"|
|Debut||Street Fighter II|
|Appears in||Super Lawl|
|Lawl Team||Team Super Lawl
Neutral B: Hundred Hand Slap
Honda launches a flurry of palmstrikes which move faster than the eye can see, similar to Chun-Li's Lightning Kick or Gen's Hyakurenko. The EX Special version retains this particular ability.
Side B: Sumo Headbutt
Honda launches himself head-first towards the opponent in a horizontal trajectory, similarly to M. Bison's Psycho Crusher, while shouting his signature sumo battlecry (12%). The EX Special version gives Honda larger invincibility frames on a quicker startup, and also is safe on block (19%).
Up B: Sumo Smash
Honda will soar diagonally forwards into the air and then come crashing straight down, butt-first (14%). How far upwards and forwards Honda soars before slamming down is determined. This move is EX-able (20%).
Down B: Oicho Throw
Honda performs a grab attempt on a ground opponent; if successful, he picks the opponent up roughly, throws them to the ground and proceeds to perform a mini Sumo Smash on them (15%).
Final Smash 1: Super Killer Head Ram
Honda will launch himself into two consecutive Sumo Headbutts (47%).
Final Smash 2: Orochi Breaker
Honda attempts to grab his foe; if successful ("Got ya!"), he then performs an Oicho Throw with an extremely powerful Sumo Smash ("Sayonara...") (77%). The resultant impact sends shockwaves out throughout the stage.
Edmond Honda (エドモンド本田, Edomond Honda), more commonly known as E. Honda, is a video game character created by Capcom for the Street Fighter series of fighting games. Introduced in Street Fighter II as part of the starting lineup, he has appeared in Street Fighter Alpha 3 and the Capcom vs. SNK series, as well as several cameos and mentions. His shikona for sumo is mentioned as "Fujinyoma", and he has attained the sumo rank of "Ozeki".
He has black hair in a chonmage and wears only a blue yukata. His face is painted in the kumadori style of makeup used in kabuki. Honda's signature move is the "Hyaku Retsu Harite" (lit., "Hundred Violent Sumo Hands"; commonly referred to as the Hundred Hand Slap, or (incorrectly) the thousand hand slap).
- Ganryu from the Tekken series and Taka-Arashi from the Virtua Fighter series bear a striking resemblance to E. Honda, but this might be due to the archetypal outfit and haircut worn by many Sumos in fiction.