Bang owns a dojo passed down from generations and uses the fighting style of Water Stream Rock Smashing Fist while his older brother named Bomb is the master of the Whirlwind Iron Cutting Fist. Bang invented the Water Stream Rock Smashing Fist while training under his older brother named Bomb. All of his scars came from his training trying to master it.[1] Bang at 30 was considered unstoppable.[2] Bang and Bomb often practiced martial arts together to the point of developing powerful combination attacks.

Bang once participated in Super Fight tournament to promote his dojo and won.[3] At some point, Bang had many students, his top student being Garou. One day, as Bang was away, Garou rampaged through the dojo, injuring many of Bang's students, including Sour Face, and incapacitating many others.[4] Because of his actions, Bang beat up Garou and expelled him and because of the rampage, Bang lost all of his students, except Charanko.

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At some point before the start of the series, Bang was ranked 77 in B-Class.


Hero Association SagaEdit

Giant Meteor ArcEdit


Bang meeting Genos

Bang is left with an impossible task by the Hero Association, to stop a meteor of a Dragon-level disaster that is on a collision course towards Z-City. At the Hero Association, he meets Genos to whom he explains the disaster. However, he claims that it is an impossible task and advises Genos to evacuate the city. When the siren signals warning everyone to evacuate, Genos wonders what Bang is going to do, to which Bang replies that he will protect his dojo. He turns around and asks Genos if he has ever heard of the Water Stream Rock Smashing Fist fighting style, but to his surprise Genos has already left the building.[5]

Bang later shows up when Genos is preparing to attack the meteor. He sees that Genos is losing his composure and calms him down. Bang then watches as Genos attempts to and fails to destroy the meteor. Suddenly Saitama appears and, wondering who he is, Bang witnesses Saitama's strength by watching him destroy the meteor with a single punch. Bang also saves Genos from the debris of the meteor[6]


Bang observing the angry mob from afar

Bang later stands on a roof, watching Tanktop Tiger and Tanktop Black Hole as they attempt to break Saitama. He solemnly notes that Saitama, like all heroes, will have to bear this hatred even for their beneficial actions and take responsibility for it even when they do not deserve it and hopes that the hero industry will not break him on his road to become a hero. When the two Tanktop heroes declare a public challenge against Saitama, Bang identifies it as the common "newbie crushing" tactic combined with the public execution setup and notes that such a bold and reckless combination is what keeps Tanktop Black Hole in B-Class, indirectly referring to their overconfidence and inability to grasp Saitama's strength. He then leaves Saitama to resolve the problem on his own.[7]

Alien Conquerors ArcEdit


Bang demonstrates his martial art

Bang is seen at his dojo demonstrating his technique for Saitama and Genos. When he asks the two whether they would like to attempt the technique, they refuse, causing Charanko to attempt to battle with Genos only to submit just as quickly. Upon inquiry as to the whereabouts of the rest of his students, Bang tells the story of his student, Garou, and how he was forced to punish and expel Garou after the student lost control and attacked and defeated several of the other skilled members of Bang's dojo. Saitama comments on Bang's strength, prompting Charanko into uproar once again, this time over Saitama's ignorance of the legendary Silver Fang, and Bang reprimands his student for speaking out of turn to Saitama, whom Bang recognizes as several times stronger than himself. A messenger from the Hero Association then arrives and informs Bang that all S-Class Heroes have been summoned to A-City Headquarters due to a major crisis.[8]

Upon arrival at Headquarters, Bang, Saitama and Genos encounter Atomic Samurai, who recognizes Bang and Genos, but not Saitama. Greeting Atomic Samurai in turn, Bang informs him of who Saitama is and expresses great confidence in Saitama's strength, stating that Saitama will soon make it to the top of S-Class.[9] Bang is next shown at his seat in the meeting, asking about the reason the S-Class heroes have been called.[10]


Bang struck by Melzargard

Later, A-City has been invaded by initially the Sky King[11], but later by the Dark Matter Thieves after the Sky King's death and the destruction of the city itself.[12] Bang participated in engaging the enemies in combat along with Atomic Samurai, Metal Bat and Puri-puri Prisoner.[13] During their fight against Melzargard, Metal Bat exposes his weakness by destroying the vital marble that allows Melzargard to regenerate, thereby allowing the four S-Class heroes to successfully counterattack.[14] Bang happens to aim at one of the marbles, but in the process, he let his guard down and received a direct blow to the side and was sent flying across the field.[15]

Bang eventually returns to the fight bare-chested, without sustaining any damage, and helps to defeat Melzargard, finishing him off by driving his fist through his head and crushing the final marble that kept the monster alive.[16]

Human Monster SagaEdit

Hero Hunt ArcEdit

During the Hero Hunt by Garou, Charanko was "expelled" from his training and the dojo, only to find out later that Bang only wanted to protect him from Garou, who is hunting the heroes down and becoming a well-known threat to the Hero Association.[17] Bang fears that his own strength might not be enough to stop his former student and called for help from his older brother Bomb.[18] However, they are too late to find him, instead finding the carnage from the beaten forms of the Tank Topper Army, Mumen Rider, and Charanko.[19]

Bang kills Fist Fight Djinn

Bang kills Fist Fight Djinn

Monster Raid ArcEdit

During Bang's and Bomb's search for The Hero Hunter, his brother notices that one of their marked A-Class heroes is being attacked and the two martial artist rush to the scene. Smile Man is struggling against Fist Fight Djinn. Bang tells Bomb to stay back as he approaches the monster.[20] Fist Fight Djinn boasts about his power, but before he could finish talking, Bang unleashes his anger through a barrage of attacks, breaking every bone in the monster's body. Afterwards, he tells Bomb to continue the search for Garou before he becomes a true monster.[21]

Monster Association ArcEdit

When Genos begins to incinerate a weakened Garou after a brief intense fight, Bang comes to intervene the process by kicking Garou in the face. Bang says hello to his former student, lamenting his terrible condition, deciding to put him out of his misery once and for all. Bang tells Garou to take a stance, and the two martial artists prepare to fight each other in a one-on-one duel. Garou initiates the first attack, but before he can even react, Garou is pummeled with a burst of quick and powerful blows by Bang.[22]

Bang continues to pummel Garou with his attacks and when the former student tries to counterattack, Bang expertly blocks it and uses his Water Stream Rock Smashing Fist, overwhelming Garou.[23] Garou tried to use Death Gatling as a meat shield, however Bomb blocks his attempt and both brothers combine their martial arts against Garou.[24] As they were about to land the finishing blow, Garou surprises them by destroying the ground and swinging a huge tree at both Bomb and Bang forcing them to back off.[25] Bang tells Garou to surrender, but was surprised when Phoenix Man swooped in and saved Garou, while calling Elder Centipede to cover their escape. Bang noticed the collateral damage the monster caused so he and his brother save the unconscious heroes from their demise.[26]

Whirlwind Water Stream Blasting Sky Splitting Fist 2

Roaring Aura Sky Ripping Fist

Bang combines his strength with Bomb and Genos and managed to significantly damage Elder Centipede with Bang and Bomb's combination attack, Roaring Aura Sky Ripping Fist, however, the monster's regeneration and molting allow it to recover and become larger and angrier. Furthermore, Genos' plan to destroy the monster from the inside failed.[27] The trio decide to retreat, but as they were getting closer to the edge of the park, Bang decided to sacrifice himself to buy time for Bomb to escape with the unconscious heroes and Genos. Fortunately, King arrives and catches Elder Centipede's attention by tricking him into believing that he brought Blast with him, as well as taunting the monster, making the monster charge toward the S-Class hero.[28]


Hotpot for everyone

Bang is resting at Saitama's Apartment.[29] Saitama leaves to find Garou and buy cabbage but when he comes back Bang is concerned over a big problem Saitama is suffering from. It turns out Saitama lost his wallet and Bang is relieved it is such a small issue. Genos, Saitama, Bang, Bomb, Fubuki, King and Dr. Kuseno all stare at the delicious hotpot.[30] They all fight for the food. Bang chastises Genos and Fubuki as the fun in hotpot is sharing all the while he is hogging all the tofu. Saitama and Bang discuss about raising disciples and Bang wonders if his methodology of the strongest ruling was the wrong path in raising his pupils. He heads out after the hotpot.

Bang is at the Hero Association HQ with his brother to get a replacement for his phone as it was destroyed in the previous battle. He meets with Sitch to order his new phone and asks about any updates on Garou's location. Sitch asks why Bang let Garou go before leaving. Bomb remarks that the Hero Association is suspicious of him for letting Garou go. Bang replies that he did not hold back. King enters the room and Bang coaxes information about the rescue operation from him. They decide to team up to attack the Monster Association's base together and decide to meet up at Saitama's Apartment. Bang and Bomb arrive at the apartment to find Genos and Fubuki there but Saitama missing. King arrives soon after and they decide on Genos to wait for Saitama while the rest heads towards the base.[31]

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As the attack by the MA commences, Silverfang and his brother Bomb receive alerts that Garou has attack another unintended mark designated by the Hero Association named Death Gatling. Bang opts that they rush there seeing as it's take 20 minutes to get there by cab and 5 if they run, much to Bomb's chagrin.

Just as Genos engages in battle with the Hero hunter, The old master appears behind him and launches a devastating assault alongside his brother combining his Ryūsui Gansai-ken with Bombs Senpū Tetsuzan-ken. The pummeling given was brutal and Bang seemed intent on killing his former protege, till Garou suddenly countered and evaded their attacks but then the whole scene comes under siege by mysterious unknown beings. Bang, Bomb and everything else is caught in the blast of Genos' severed incinerator cannon. As the dust clears it is revealed that Bang had failed to apprehend Garou due to the interference of a group pertaining to organized monsters aiding the latter.

Back at Saitama's residence Silverfang compares notes with Fubuki, his brother, and Genos regarding the uncanny cooperation between the mysterious beings encountered, all the while Saitama and King are playing video games while also overhearing them talk. After Saitama returns home from a mishap while on patrol; Bang, Genos, Fubuki, Bomb and King sit around a boiling hotpot.

Soon, a battle royal erupts where Bang tries to console with the others while hogging all the tofu for himself which Bomb scolds him for. Many of them later find their phones are broken from getting wet due to their roughhousing. As the surroundings of Saitama's home begin to rumble due to the Monster Associations movements, Bang senses an opportunity to invite Saitama to his Dojo again. While Fubuki senses Tatsumaki in the area using her powers, King finally wakes from his coma to alert the others of a Hero Association call to arms they all missed.

After Genos confirms this by contacting Sitch about the S-Class hero assembly mobilizing against the Monster Association, Bang and his brother set up to head out with the rest of the crew, reaching the base. However they are all beset by Overgrown Rover; a Dragon level threat; even with the martial art's brothers combined attacks and Geno's incinerator cannon they cannot make any headway against it, until Bang asks why it won't just quietly sit, which it promptly does. Around the same time Tatsumaki goes on the warpath against the opposing factions leader, and Bang and co get caught up in the upheaval of her psychokinetic force causing Bomb to float to which both end up questioning why.

Then the entire area that they are set in begins to violently shift, rocking and rolling them about uncontrollably. As things begin to calm down Fubuki warns them that her sister was the cause of the tremor they just survived, after warning Genos not to go above ground as Tatsumaki might be in battle with enemies far stronger than they can handle.

Bang opts to soothe the Demon Cyborg's irritation at being clumped into her Fubuki group, but he rebuffs both him and Bomb stating he's not one of their students either and declares he was Saitama's disciple first and foremost. Finally reaching the surface after Genos, Silverfang is greeted to a scene of mayhem as both Tatsumaki and Genos are down, having temporarily dispatched Fuhrer Ugly who was besetting the young cyborg. Opting to take responsibility for his bad call on leaving it to Tatsumaki he takes on the remaining heads of the Monster Association himself.

The younger S-Class advises against it but Bomb tells Genos that Bang didn't enlist his help in dispatching Garou because he needed it. Instead, he contacted his elder brother in order to curb his lack of restraint. In an instant he dispatches both the Fuhrer and another Dragon level monster Gums with just two hits, while also dodging Homeless Emperor's energy charges while ripping through dozen's of Black Sperm's multi-selves. Soon, however, Silverfang is pinned down by a telekinetic gravitational field, and he calls for a ceasefire as Homeless Emperor's cores blow up in his face.

After Saitama defeats Garou, some of the other conscious heroes want to finish Garou off and Bang finally becomes conscious once again. He gives his former student a small beating, although Garou notes that his former master isn't hitting as hard as usual. Garou then runs off before the other heroes get a chance to try and kill him.

Fall of the Hero Association Edit

Bang discusses with Atomic Samurai that he is going to retire from hero duty.

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  2. One-Punch Man Stream; 23/6/2018
  3. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 52, page 3
  4. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 29, page 5
  5. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 21, page 13-22
  6. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 21, page 48-70
  7. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 22, page 24-29
  8. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 29, page 2-8
  9. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 29, page 9-11
  10. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 29, page 19
  11. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 30, page 20
  12. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 31, page 3-5
  13. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 32, page 9
  14. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 33, page 9
  15. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 34, page 22-25
  16. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 34, page 48-52
  17. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 45, page 2-6
  18. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 45, page 20-23
  19. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 46, page 22
  20. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 60, page 19-21
  21. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 60, page 22-25
  22. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 83, page 44-56
  23. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 84, page 3-14
  24. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 84, page 15-24
  25. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 84, page 34-39
  26. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 84, page 40-58
  27. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 84, page 65-108
  28. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 84, page 110-115
  29. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 85, page 31
  30. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 89, page 87-88
  31. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 93, page 68-69