War of the fat italians by platinumhero813-d9ra67q

Fan art for the series

War of the Fat Italians is a series of fighting videos made by SuperMarioGlitchy4. It's mainly focused on a fight between SuperMarioGlitchy4 and Mario, which is usually settled by challenges created by Nintendofan997 or by the viewers via the comments section. The match is held by Nintendofan997, who appears in every episode of the series.

Videos in the seriesEdit

The War of the Fat Italians series started in 2011, and progresses with one episode made every year, always on October. Thus, as of October 2016, six wars have taken place.


  • Unlike its predeecessors, the fourth video is the only video of the series which the title has the word "200k special!" and with "SM64" written instead of "Super Mario 64 Bloopers".
    • Also, the only video which also celebrates SMG4's 200K subscribers.
    • The Wars of the Fat Italians happen every year.  
    • (2014) SMG4 dancing can be also seen in the outro of Who Let The Chomp Out?
    • (this might in every blooper SMG4 has made) The DSi Action Replay must of been used because it helps with cheats, so it must be SM64 hacked, or SM64DS with DSi Action Replay (with help of the computer of course).
    • As the years go by, the challenges get more weirder and weirder.
    • The Gay Sex challenge shows mario might be gay because he went on with the challenge, and SMG4 is straight (2014).
    • Mario hates teletubbies more than SMG4 by shooting himself (2014)
    • X is always breaking up their fights before the wars.
    • This is the first war blooper that mario & SMG4 hates the wars (2014).
    • SMG4 wants the spaghetti. (2014).
    • War of the fat italians is caused by SMG4 wanting revenge for any terrible act by Mario effecting SMG4.
    • (2014) when SMG4 was dancing, michael jackson's Thriller could be playing on the dance off.


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