Abyo 57
Biographical information
Age 11
Gender Male
Resides Sooga Village
Professional information
Occupation Kung Fu Fighter
Other information
Physical description
Hair color Black
Eye color Black
Parents Bruce (father)
Friends Garu
Romances Ching
Series information
First appearance Hottest Fighter Abyo
Last appearance Abra Ca Pucca
Voiced by Lee Tockar (English)

Ryuuzouu Ishino (Japanese)



Abyo is one of the main characters in the Pucca series. Abyo is a very outgoing, competitive, stubborn, energetic, and an excitable 11 year old boy. He's Garu's best friend, and he's also good friends with Pucca and Ching. A practitioner of Kung Fu, Abyo uses nunchucks as weapons and as a signature move, he has the habit of tearing his shirt in half.


Abyo's signature move is a running gag in the series: he yells "Hi-Ya!" (sometimes after jumping), and rips off his shirt at least once in almost every episode (some examples in which he didn't rip his shirt off are episodes Unfortunate Cookies and He Loves Me Not). If he can't rip his shirt off, he settles for whatever else he happens to be wearing, resulting in him severely embarrassing himself in public. His physical appearance is an homage to martial arts icon Bruce Lee, but unlike the late martial artist, Abyo's personality is very headstrong and impulsive and it is with this kind of attitude that he is often left with the shorter end of the stick. He also has a big appetite. It is revealed in A Better Boyfriend that he is allergic to mustard, which causes his head to grow big, turn red, and swell enormously.

Abyo is the son of Bruce, the police chief of Sooga Village. He trains under Chang at the Turtle Training Hall with Garu, Ching, and Ssoso.

In Fab Abyo, Abyo is transformed by Starla, Mister Zoom, and P.J. into a handsome boy and the chosen one. In episode Misplaced Face, he literally loses his face after showing off (throughout the series he is shown to be a bit of a show-off) and then embarrassing himself. In the end, Abyo appeared to return Ching's love when he and Ching kissed.

There also has been instances where Abyo seems to return Ching's feelings. Such as in Misplaced Face when he willingly kisses Ching. Another instance when is in Fab Abyo, he seems to be heading towards the Ching doll. In Soap Opera, when Dada steals Ching's attention, Abyo tries to win it back. On Thin Ice, he blushes when Ching compliments him. However, he also is impressed by her martial art skills. He is never as reluctent as Garu to recieve her affections. In fact, on some occations he seems to enjoy them. He also seems protective of her, like in Chicken Spots, when Abyo notices Ching being chased by the cloud of disease, and attempts to help her (by ripping off his shirt, as per usual), before being overcome by the spots himself. He also hangs out with her quite often, and they usually plan stuff together, such as He loves Me Not. It's reasonable to assume that he has feelings for Ching, just no interest in anything exclusive.

Character variations

  • AB2O: Homage to C3PO
  • 1950s Abyo
  • Abyo the shirtless avenger
  • Greek
  • Octopus
  • Fishermen
  • Beach
  • Abyo the Fireman
  • Abyo Girl:
  • Ice Abyo
  • Indian Abyo
  • Fab abyo
  • Abyo rabbit
  • Abyo actor
  • Abyo, James Bond
  • Abyo football player
  • Abyo happy ninja
  • Abyo Tobe
  • Abyo old and baby
  • Super Sooga ranger pink
  • Abyo Sailor
  • Abyo Farmer
  • 1930s Abyo



Abyo appearance

Abyo is a boy who wants more attention from girls. He wears a black jacket that rips when he says "Hi-Ya!"


  • Ching: Ching has a crush on Abyo though he doesn't seem to take notice of it and will do anything to win his heart.
  • Garu: Garu is Abyo's best friend. They are both martial artists and like to have sparring matches.
  • Officer Bruce: Bruce is Abyo's dad.


  • In 2004, Abyo marks his debut in Hottest Fighter Abyo (an early Pucca cartoon).
  • He is based on the legendary Kung Fu fighter Bruce Lee.


Abyo uses martial skills like Kung Fu and often uses weapons that always end up breaking.


Abyo/Image Gallery