When I first heard about the show One Punch Man, I had it described to me as someone who trained to be so powerful he could beat any opponent with a single punch. In my head, this description meant a boxer or an MMA fighter, that every time they step into the ring, all it takes is a single punch to knock out their opponent. So I started watching the show, and in the first episode, this is what I see. Saitama (One Punch Man) walks up to a monster that's about 50 feet tall, and gives it a half-hearted hook punch. The force of that half-hearted punch is so violent, all that is left of the monster is feet and goo. My first thought: This is not what I expected. My second thought: This is awesome! I've been hooked ever since, and the show is a hilarious satire of overpowered shonen anime characters. Saitama is so powerful he can defeat any monster without any effort. Yet...he wants a fight. He wants a real challenge. If someone were to make a more down-to-earth version of Saitama, someone who can beat any human opponent in a sanctioned bout using only one punch, but who still has the same "flaw" in that he wants a real fight, what lengths would that person go to in order to try and experience a real fight?