Nintendo has proven that there is no limit to who can join the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC roster, but here are the most popular picks according to the internet. In a recent poll online, the top DLC fighters fans want to see in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate puts Waluigi predictably at the top, but who else? 

Most Wanted DLC Fighters For Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

According to the below poll, Waluigi is at the top of the top, though the poll hasn't been updated since earlier this month. Following closely after is Rayman and Minecraft's Steve with Team Fortress' Heavy following close up on the rear. Here is the full ranking in case the below tweet isn't populating. 

Fighter

Waluigi

Rayman

Steve

Heavy

Bandana Dee

Sora

Shantae

Geno

Crash

The Knight

Doom Guy

Phoenix Wright

Conker

Neku

Reimu

2B

Dante

Master Chief

Rex 

Arle

Monokuma

Amateratsu

DJ Professor K

Ratchet

Hat Kid

Shadow

Isaac

Paper Mario

Clearly this isn't an official poll by any stretch and we've done our own dream picks in the past, but it is interesting to see what people are looking for and what's considered just to be a "meme vote."

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While many may laugh at seeing names like Master Chief up there, it's not as far-fetched as you might think. Xbox and Nintendo have been working more closely together in the past 18 months and have even considered bringing the Game Pass over to the Big N's console. While that seems to be at a current standstill, the desire to bridge those gaps is there so why not start with the star of Xbox's biggest mainstay franchise? 

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More DLC characters are on the way though not quite yet. It'll be interesting to see where Nintendo goes next, they've thrown more than a few curveballs our way since launch. 

Which character would you like to see make the jump over onto the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster? Join in on the conversation over on Twitter @PrimaGames, we'd love to hear what you think!