It took 25 years, but Ash Ketchum is now the best like no one else has ever been.
The Pokémon Company said on Friday that Ash, the main character of the “Pokémon” cartoon who is always 10 years old, is now the best Pokémon trainer in the world. In the latest episode of “Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series,” Ash and his Pokémon friend Pikachu win the Masters Eight Tournament of the Pokémon World Coronation Series. This is something they’ve been working toward for a long time.
Since the beginning of their journey in the Kanto region in the “Pokémon: Indigo League” series in 1997, Ash and Pikachu have had to deal with a lot of problems. They’ve had to battle a lot of gym leaders and stop Team Rocket, among other things. In “Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon,” which came out in 2019, Ash became the first Pokémon League Champion.
Ash and his team are put to the test in the latest season of “Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series” when they face off against trainers with a lot of skill. Ash’s 25 years of adventures have all led up to his historic win at the Pokémon World Coronation Series.
Taito Okiura, vice president of marketing for The Pokémon Company International, said that Ash Ketchum’s determination and hard work over 25 seasons to reach his goal of becoming the world’s best Pokémon Trainer show the best of what it means to be a Trainer.
“We can’t wait to celebrate this moment with Pokémon fans when the new season of “Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series” and this episode air around the world next year. Fans won’t want to miss this season!”
In the U.S., you can stream “Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series” on Netflix. Friday was the first time the latest episode aired in Japan. In the future, it will be shown all over the world.
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