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In the anime
==In the anime==
[[File:Brawly anime.png|thumb|220px|Brawly in the {{pkmn|anime}}]]
Brawly made his first appearance in the {{pkmn|anime}}debuted in ''[[AG020|Brave the Wave]]''. {{Ash}} was very annoyed that Brawly would put off a Gym battle in favor of going surfing. At first, Ash was unable to realize Brawly was training his Pokémon by taking them surfing and teaching them how to dodge and concentrate on keeping their balance. A combination of this special form of dodging and Ash's own arrogance allowed Brawly to best the younger Trainer despite a type disadvantage. After this and a conversation with Brawly where he explained his techniques, Ash trained for several weeks in anticipation of a rematch. Ash even went so far as to copy Brawly's wave-training to teach his Pokémon how to dodge and resist attacks.
 
Brawly reappeared in ''[[AG030|A Meditite Fight!]]'', where Ash battled one of Brawly's [[Shauna (Hoenn)|students]] in a storm. Brawly showed up and told them to call off the match until the storm passed. Brawly led everyone, even {{TRT}}, to a cave on the shore to wait for the storm to pass. After seeing Ash's battle against his star pupil, Brawly agreed to a rematch in a private arena—a wave-swept islet off the coast of Dewford. Using his Pokémon's new techniques and his newly-caught {{AP|Corphish}}, Ash was finally able to claim the Knuckle Badge in ''[[AG031|Just One of the Geysers!]]''.
Brawly once trained with [[Chuck]], a Gym Leader from [[Johto]]. Brawly teaches many of the locals how to surf as well as how to train Pokémon. Many of his pupils at the Gym are surfers like himself.
 
He reappeared in flashbacks in ''[[AG075|Whiscash and Ash]]'', [[AG120]], and ''[[AG149|Wheel of Frontier]]''.
 
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