Sagat was the boss back in the first Street Fighter game in 1987 and returned as one of the four bosses in Street Fighter II.

With the later Street Fighter games including the Street Fighter Alpha and EX games he became a playable and fan favourite character and was featured in almost all Capcom crossover games except the Marvel and Namco X Capcom series.

 

Sagat is a very tall Muay Thai martial artist from Thailand, is a very popular person there but lost to Ryu in the first Street Fighter tournament. He trained Adon who was never able to defeat Sagat, killed Dan Hibiki’s father and joined Shadaloo until he changed his mind about M.Bison and his dark intentions.

 

Like mentioned, Sagat is a fan favourite Street Fighter character, we featured him in our Boss Tribute Project back in 2011 and i remember that his 4 spots were taken faster than for any other fighting game bosses. The same happened with our Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Tribute in 2012.

 

Sagat from the Street Fighter Games: an Overview

Charactername: Sagat   Developed /Created by Capcom
Gameseries:  Street Fighter & Crossover Games   First seen on: Arcades 
First Game:  Street Fighter   Year first seen in: 1987
Last Game:  Ultra Street Fighter IV (2014)   Birthplace: Thailand
Role(s) and Characteristics:  Fighting Game Boss and Character   Weapons or Martial Arts Style: Muay Thai
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Official Artworks and Illustrations of  Sagat

Street Fighter X Tekken (2012)

SSF IV Arcade Edition (2010)

SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos (2003)

Capcom Vs SNK 2 (2001)

Street Fighter Alpha 3 (1998)

Sagat Street Fighter Alpha Art

Street Fighter Alpha (1995)

Sagat Street Fighter II Original Artwork from 1990

Street Fighter II (1991)

 


 Sagat in the Game-Art-HQ Boss Tribute and the 25th Anniversary of Street Fighter Project

Sagat got more often drawn for Game-Art-HQ Art Tribute Projects than any other Street Fighter character, here you can see how artists of our community illustrated him back in 2011 for the first Boss Tribute and in 2012 for the 25th Anniversary of Street Fighter Art Event.

Ryu Vs Sagat

Sagat SF Tribute

Sagat SF Tribute

Adon Vs Sagat

& 2011 in our Boss Tribute Round I

 

 


 

 Selected and featured fan art of  Sagat on Game-Art-HQ:

 

Sagat Street Fighter Realistic

Realistic Sagat

by Spinebender

Sagat at the beach

by Oscar Celestini

Sagat Street Fighter by Arman Akopian

Sagat SF Chronicles

by Arman Akopian

Sagat Fan Art by Noktyl

Sagat

by Noctyl

sagat-sf-i-to-sfiv-sprite-art-by-felollop

Sagat SF I to SFIV Sprite Art

by FeloLlop

 


Updates and additions in Sagat’s Game Art Gallery and character overview:

06.12.2016 – Sagat SF I-SFIV Sprite Art added