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United States of Smash (ユナイテッド ステイツ オブ スマッシュ Yunaiteddo Suteitsu Obu Sumasshu?) is a Super Move performed by All Might using the One For All Quirk.


United States of Smash is the most powerful technique in All Might's vast arsenal. It is a smash attack that concentrates all of One For All's remaining power into All Might's fist.

All Might delivers an incredibly powerful punch and smashes his target into the ground. The attack appears to compile the strength of All Might's other smash attacks into one spectacular move.

The impact of this smash is so strong that, upon striking All For One, the wind pressure created from its delivery left a massive crater in the ground and spawned a twister strong enough to carry nearby buildings.

The surge of power received was so powerful that All Might's damaged right arm was quickly restored to full strength, albeit only for a single blow.[1]

Izuku Midoriya later uses a variation of this move, dubbed "United States of World Smash," in his battle against Humarise leader, Flect Turn.[2]


United States of World Smash.gif United States of World Smash (ユナイテッド ステイツ オブ ワールド スマッシュ Yunaiteddo Suteitsu Obu Wārudo Sumasshu?): This Super Move is Izuku Midoriya's variation of United States of Smash. Izuku begins this Super Move by increasing his power levels using One For All: Full Cowl - 100% and starts unleashing a violent volley of punches. After this, he runs around his opponent, building up momentum and increasing air pressure before delivering a devastating kick. This was first used against Flect Turn.


  • United States of Smash is featured as Toshinori's ultimate move in Jump Force.
  • The name of this Super Move is the only one that does not refer to a state or a city in the United States of America. Instead, it refers directly to the country itself, implying that it is All Might's most powerful Super Move.


  1. My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 95 and Episode 49.
  2. My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission.

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