| Bryan Kuztenov|
|Past Beyblade(s)||Falborg S (Beyblade)|
|Current Beyblade(s)||Falborg 2 (Beyblade)|
|Past Team(s)||Demolition Boys|
|Current Team(s)||Blitzkrieg Boys|
|Friends||Tala, Kai Hiwatari, Ian Papov, Spencer|
|Behind the Scenes|
|First Anime Appearance||Live and Let Kai!|
|Japanese Voice Actor||Mizuta Wasabi|
|English Voice Actor||Craig Lauzon|
Bryan Kuztenov (ボリス・クズネツォーフ Boris Kuznetsov) is a recurring character in the Original Series, consisting of Beyblade and Beyblade: G-Revolution. He is a member of the Blitzkrieg Boys. His Bit-Beast and Beyblade is Falborg.
Personality & Characteristics
Bryan is an ruthless and emotionless blader. He prefers to attack the blader instead of the bey and will go to great lengths to destroy his opponent's beyblade and the oppnent themselves. He rarely gets angry but does so in his battle against Ray Kon.
Bryan Kuznetsov received Falborg from Boris' organization. Falborg S was a normal purple basic based beyblade made for speed and power. Somewhere between Beyblade 2000 and Beyblade: G-Revolution he received Falborg 2, this time Falborg was green and equipped with an engine gear. Bryan's Bit Beast is also Falborg a Falcon type beast created from Boris's -borg series including Wyborg, Seaborg & Wolborg. Falborg's attacks are Blitz Bomb and Stroblitz.
|English Dub Name||Falborg|
|First Appearance (Anime)||Beyblade Episode 49|
|First Appearance (Manga)||Bakuten Shoot Chapter 53|
In episode 49, A Wicked Wind Blows, Bryan plays against Ray in the World Finals. Using the air as a weapon, he puts Ray in the hospital.
Bryan was trained and raised in the Abbey, along with Tala, Spencer, Ian and Kai, who happen to be his teammates for the most. The harsh training modeled him into a cold, mean beyblader. In the first season, he is the incarnation of viciousness: he uses Falborg's wind to physically attack the blade as well as the blader, yet cannot get told off for it since wind is invisible. He also purposely broke part of the stadium to send a piece of it right into Ray's stomach, winding him up. Bryan showed no mercy and was easily winning the match until Ray's Driger appeared, protected its master and fiercely attacked Falborg into peices, which shocked Bryan.
In Beyblade: G Revolution, he became less evil, probably because the Blitzkrieg Boys were not under Boris' and Voltaire's orders anymore. Bryan won a couple of qualification matches in Russia, but did not beat Spencer and Tala to officially make the team. He did however remain with them throughout Kai and Tala's battles. He still had sarcastic replies though.
After the training fight he had accepted to do with Kai and Spencer, Bryan collapsed from exhaustion.
Bryan later appears alongside Tala and Spencer to bring down Boris and BEGA. The trio easily defeats the BEGA water gang and face Garland next. Bryan and Spencer battle against Garland but dont stand a chance. The two lose and their beys are severely damaged by Apollon's Radian Thunder. They were not able to witness Tala's battle as they had collapsed soon after their own battle.
They are never seen again throughout the rest of the anime, however in the very last part of G-Revolution he is seen with the Blitzkrieg Boys in a pictured epilogue.
|Max Tate (tag w/ Spencer)||Win|
|Anonymous Bladers (Offscreen)||Win|
|Tala or Spencer (Offscreen)||Loss|
|Bega Training Squad||Win|
|Garland Siebald (tag w/ Spencer)||Loss|
Beyblade: G Revolution
- 'Boris' is a Russian name meaning 'fighter'. 'Kuznetsov' is a common surname, like 'Smith'. 'Bryan' means 'strong'.
- Bryan was seated next to Kai in the plane they took to get to the championship stadium, while Tala and Spencer were on the other side. Significance unknown.
- Bryan's launcher is disguised as a gun, like Tala's.
- In Russian Boris' whole name is spelled Борис Куснитсов.