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It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into List of Kung Fu Panda characters. (Discuss) Po / Master Po Kung Fu Panda character Kung Fu Panda film poster, with Po in the middle. Voiced by Jack Black (films) Mick Wingert (video games and TV series) Information Species Giant Panda Combat style Improvised Po is the main protagonist of Kung Fu Panda. In a fantasy world version of ancient China populated by intelligent humanoid animals, he is a Giant Panda who improbably was dubbed The Dragon Warrior, Champion of the Valley of Peace. His early life is largely unrevealed, although he was evidently under the guardianship of his goose father, Mr. Ping, for as long as he can remember. Although unenthusiastic about the restaurant trade, he was evidently a studious apprentice considering the praised quality of his cooking. Po was reluctant to disappoint his father by revealing his true interests in kung fu. Though mild and friendly, he also has severely low self-esteem since he thinks he is a failure for both being obese (although he actually has a healthy weight for his species) and of a species not known for a warrior tradition. When upset, he usually gorges on food to dull the pain. His main interest lies in the martial arts, of which he has developed an encyclopedic knowledge. He is able to recall the lore of warriors, famous combat moves, dates and historic artifacts. Apparently by accident, he is dubbed the Dragon Warrior by Master Oogway (who proclaims that "there are no accidents"), and while Master Shifu and the Furious Five make no secret of their disdain for him, he endures their abuse in the hope of changing into someone he himself can respect. This tenacity, in turn, begins to earn their respect of him while also appreciating his cooking. Eventually, Shifu discovers that Po can perform considerable physical feats when motivated by food and uses this to train him with a custom regime. At the end of the training, during a chopstick-sparring match over dumplings, Po demonstrates not only considerable skill in combat, but also some emotional maturity that allows him to somewhat reduce his emotional dependence on food. In a climatic battle, Po manages to defeat Tai Lung with an improvised combat style that takes advantage of his body fat not only to shield his nerves from ch'i strikes but also to utilize his belly for deflecting attacks.[1] Since the events of the first film, the end credit graphics indicate that Po divides his time between practice, working at his father's noodle shop and teaching children martial arts, a task in which he proves to be exceptionally skilled. Po has also improved his physical health, as demonstrated in Secrets of the Furious Five when he runs alongside Shifu at an amazing pace and, upon stopping, needs much less time than before to catch his breath. Nickname San Francisco Giants infielder Pablo Sandoval is nicknamed "Kung Fu Panda" because of the quickness in spite of his large frame. References ^ "Kung Fu Panda Official Site - Po". Retrieved 2008-07-11.  v • d • e Kung Fu Panda Characters - Po · Soundtrack Films Kung Fu Panda (2008) · Kung Fu Panda 2: The Kaboom of Doom (2011) Shorts Secrets of the Furious Five Televison Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness · Kung Fu Panda Holiday Special Games Kung Fu Panda · Legendary Warriors