In Family Feud action in the first episode, Wario will be facing Chespin of Switzerland, who is racing for a rookie for the second successive season. Since Wario defeated Chespin, he faced Snorlax, who knocked off Joey Fatone. In the third round Wario faced Mawile. He faced another Honduran in the fourth round this time the team's captain Hélio Castroneves, who also made the 2016 BATC Road America Firestone Fast Six; but lost despite winning only one game on him.
After the Indy 500, Wario has started showing success for Australia, winning Detroit Race 2, Road America and Toronto (because Texas doesn't count due to the race being postponed). As Wario was in a team involving one of Simon Pagenaud or Will Power, it was a championship contender at Sonoma. At the end of the season after Sonoma, Wario only finished 2nd behind his Penske teammate Pagenaud.
Wario was among the 31 seeds from the 2016 Swiss Open allowed to play on the week of October 17-23 because it was a policy that people from Thailand aren't allowed to play BATC tour for a week due to the king of their country dying on the 13th. Wario didn't qualify for the Lhao soo larn fun video after it was involved in 2016 Swiss Open - Men's Singles seedings.
Wario's start to the season was rough, as it finished outside the top 10 at St Pete and Long Beach. It led the most laps at Barber but Wario's poor start to the season continued as he finished 14th earning bonus points for pole and led the most laps.
Wario leads Dragonite 2-1 in the Standings between 2014 and 2016, with Wario finishing better than the Dragon-type in the top three in the standings in 2014 and 2016; while the Dragon type finished 2nd, better than Wario's 3rd in 2015.
Since Dragonite moved to Croatia, the rivalry and their seeding in men's singles Celebrity Family Feud will likely continue. It will likely happen that Dragonite and Wario will finish top 5 in the standings again.
He is an obese, greedy, hot-tempered, mad-man who has been Mario's longtime rival. First seen in Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins as a boss, he became quite popular, acquiring his own game titled Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3. Wario's defining features include his long, jagged mustache, large mouth and belly, and his massive strength. He is greedy, rude, and dim-witted. Wario has two different costumes. One of them looks similar to Mario's, though Wario wears a yellow undershirt with purple overalls and a yellow hat. The hat and gloves for this costume have a W on them. His other costume is from his more recent appearances in his WarioWare games, where he wears pink pants, a biker helmet and goggles, a blue undershirt and a jean jacket. It was once stated in the Nintendo Power Magazines that Wario is the cousin of the Mario Bros. but this is has never been confirmed, however. He also shares a mysterious relationship with Waluigi, likely theory is that he is his brother, though not confirmed. Wario also appeared, along with Waluigi, Mario and Luigi in Super Mario Advance Games as a palette swap of Mario.
In the Wario Land series, Wario could attack enemies or be attacked, resulting in strange "power-ups" that were necessary to beat the game. His main attacks were a body slam that make a "ch-ch-ch-ch" sound when being used and a ground pound that shook the earth beneath him. In Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 for Game Boy and Wario Land for the Virtual Boy, Wario could pick up different hats that gave him different powers. In Wario Land II and Wario Land 3, Wario was invincible to attacks health-wise, though they could affect him in other ways, such as turning him into a zombie, making his face swell up in order to float, or being frozen. Some of the "power-ups" were helpful (catching him on fire to break blocks with a flame symbol on them) and some were a nuisance (getting frozen and sliding away from his destination until hitting a wall).
Wario had a body slam and ground pound in Wario World as well as four new attacks. Wario gained punching abilities, which led to the other two attacks. When a larger enemy was punched into unconsciousness, Wario could either do a piledriver, a spin attack, or a throw attack to finish them off. All of the attacks hurt other enemies around him, gaining him a lot of coins which he could inhale to collect faster (the inhaling does not count as an attack, it's just a useful ability).
Wario has no real attacks in the WarioWare series, but he does use WarioWare themed special attacks in Super Smash Bros. Brawl including riding his motorcycle around on the stage to attack other players. However, in WarioWare he sometimes turns into a superhero named "Wario Man", which is also his final smash in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Wario appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a default character. His role in Adventure mode is rather large. After Kirby does battle with Petey Piranha, one of the cages in which Petey holds either Princess Zelda or Princess Peach will break, depending on which cage the player damaged more while battling Petey. The Princess who the player saves will escape with the player; Wario traps the other in the form of a trophy and takes off with the trophy on his shoulder. He is revealed to be a member of the Subspace Army. Wario then hunts down Lucas in an abandoned town, dispatching Porky to corner him and weaken him. Porky is defeated by Lucas with the help of Ness, but Wario appears and captures Ness. Wario then loses his trophies to King Dedede after he is ambushed by Waddle Dees. Wario tracks Lucas and his partner, the Pokemon Trainer, down and fights them. Wario is defeated and left behind. When Galleom's Subspace Bomb detonates, the area of Subspace expands and absorbs Wario's trophy. Wario appears at the end and aids the heroes in their battle against Tabuu.
Although he works for the Subspace Army, he had no specific allegiance to Master Hand, only following his orders because he enjoys doing so.
Wario has been in the Mario Party series since the first game and has played a large role in the series. He has his own level in Mario Party which stands as one of it's hardest. Wario's color is purple, and in Mario Parties 1-5 his sleeves are long, but in the rest, they are short. In Mario Party 2, Wario is the cause of the storyline, as he wants Mario Land to be named Wario Land. This starts the argument that develops the party. Wario introduced Waluigi to the rest of his "pals" in Mario Tennis. Later, he introduced Waluigi once again in Mario Party 3. In that game, Wario's battle partner is a Bob-omb. Wario is also revealed to have a "secret friend" bond with Toadette.
Wario has been playable in every game to date expect Party Advance. He also can be selected in 9, Island Tour and 10. Despite finishing 2nd in the standings behind Pagenaud, Wario is also playable in Mario Party: Star Rush.