Wario de Mucho

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Not to be confused with Wario de Mambo.
WarioWare Gold
“Can you dance perfectly to this cheerful beat? If you don't know the answer to that question, then it's time to give it a try.”
In-game description, WarioWare Gold

Wario de Mucho is a souvenir featured in WarioWare Gold. It is a song featured in the final boss for Wario Deluxe and the final boss of the whole game itself, Wario Dance Company. The line "Ladies and gentlemen, let's DANCING!" is heard only in the English and Japanese versions.

This song has a similar name to Wario de Mambo from WarioWare: Twisted!, both start with "Ladies and gentlemen", and both also are the themes for the final bosses of their respective games.


Audio.svg Wario de Mucho - WarioWare Gold
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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ワリオ de ムーチョ
Wario de Mūcho
Wario de Mucho
Spanish (NOA) Wario bailarín Dancer Wario