Guile, E. Honda, Ryu fight M. Bison (Vega if watching the Japanese audio track). Ken who under M. Bison's control fights Ryu. Balrog attacks E. Honda, and Guile fight Bison. Bison gets the best of Guile and knocks him off a cliff. E. Honda and Balrog go off the cliff as well. Ryu is able to break Ken from Bison's control during their fight. Ken and Ryu fight Bison and defeat him, along with destorying his VTOL. The Interpol and US forces, attach the Shadowlaw HQ. Guile rushes to the hospital when Chun-Li is, only to see her covered up. Guile tells Chun-Li that he avenged her, and then chun-Li comes out from under the covers alive, and shows a paper that says that Shadowlaw was destroyed. Ryu and Ken go their seperate ways saying that their fight will come.
Factual error: In the India scene where Ryu eventually fights some terrorists, Ryu suddenly has a white bag. Where did the bag come from? He didn't have before in the movie, and after this scene it goes missing as well. You can't say he left it at home either because Ryu doesn't have a home to go to.
Trivia: The names of three characters were switched when "Street Fighter" was released in the United States. M. Bison was originally called Vega; Vega was called Balrog; and Balrog was called M. Bison. The reason this was done because Capcom (the creator of the game) figured it may get sued by boxer Mike Tyson if there was a black boxing character named M. Bison (who already resembles Tyson enough without the name).
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