Best Pokemon for Fighting Cup Remix in Pokemon GO

In our Best Pokemon for Fighting Cup Remix in Pokemon GO guide, we are going to show you which Pokemon and Pokemon to use in this cup. And, of course, we’ll also let you know what the limitations are. Plus, we’ll give you some tips on how to build your own team, if you don’t have the Pokemon we’ve mentioned. Let’s dive in!

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best pokemon for fighting cup remix in pokemon go
Best Pokemon for Fighting Cup Remix in Pokemon GO

Pokemon GO Fighting Cup Remix Best Pokemon

Before we get into the best Pokemon for the Pokemon GO Fighting Cup Remix, we have to cover what the limitations are. As usual, you can only use Pokemon that are at or below 1500 CP, and no Psychic-type Pokemon allowed. Also, this time around, you can’t use Hakamo-o, Kommo-o, Sneasler nor Buzzwole. With all of that in mind, here’s a list of the best Pokemon to use in this particular cup, in no particular order.

  • Toxicroak with Counter, Mud Bomb or Sludge Bomb
  • Machamp (Shadow or regular) with Counter, Cross Chop or Close Combat
  • Galarian Farfetch’d with Fury Cutter, Brave Bird or Leaf Blade
  • Hisuian Sneasel with Poison Jab, Close Combat or Aerial Ace
  • Shadow Poliwrath with Mud Shot, Ice Punch or Scald
  • Sirfetch’d with Counter, Leaf Blade or Brave Bird
  • Shadow Hitmonchan with Counter, Ice Punch or Thunder Punch
  • Blaziken with Counter, Blaze Kick or Brave Bird
  • Throh with Zen Headbutt, Body Slam or Focus Blast
  • Heracross with Counter, Megahorn or Rock Blast
  • Crabrawler with Bubble, Crabhammer or Power-Up Punch
  • Falinks with Counter, Superpower or Megahorn

Pokemon GO Fighting Cup Remix Best Team

Now we can dive into the best team for the Fighting Cup Remix in Pokemon GO. Below, we’ll give you a list of combinations that should work like a charm. Obviously, your mileage may vary depending on your preferences and whatnot. Feel free to share your own team builds in the comments below. Overall, it’s not a bad idea to mix things up a little Pokemon-type wise. Toxicroak will definitely be the king of the meta, though, so if you add Pokemon with Flying, Ground or Psychic moves, that’d be a good move.

  • Toxicroak, Galarian Farfetch’d, Sirfetch’d
  • Galarian Farfetch’d, Hisuian Sneasel, Toxicroak
  • Hisuian Sneasel, Sirfetch’d, Machamp (Shadow or regular)
  • Galarian Farfetch’d, Throh, Shadow Poliwrath
  • Hisuian Sneasel, Crabrawler, Toxicroak
  • Toxicroak, Machamp (Shadow or regular), Throh
  • Hisuian Sneasel, Shadow Hitmonchan, Blaziken
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