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Johnny McGregor (ジョニー・マクレガー)Age: Season 1: 15; Season 3: 17
The sarcastic Johnny is a true Scotsman and plays tennis and golf as side sports to beyblading. He was the last of the Majestics to be introduced. He takes no prisoners in battle both in and out of the beystadium. Although he acts like a big tough guy, he has a golden heart, as proven in the episode A Lesson For Tyson. He also has a very short temper.
Johnny is supposedly known as "The Gladiator of Glasgow" due to his phenomenal Beyblading skills. He loses to Kai during the Majestics vs. The Bladebreakers battle because Kai is given advice (much to his displeasure) by his team mates, while Johnny lacks advice because he only knows how to work as an individual. His Beyblade launcher is in the shape of an axe, and his bit-beast is Salamalyon.
From the Get-go Kai and Johnny don't get along. When Johnny wants a battle with Kai in the japanese version of the show Kai "declines" stating that Johnny is a "ignorant bastard" and that Kai only wishes to fight "tougher guys" To which Johnny gets angry and replies saying "You bastard...being cocky to me? Even the Queen pays her respects to me!"
From this we can gather that at some point Johnny had met the Queen and that the Queen respects Johnny. But Kai doesn't care anything about this impressive statment and replies to Johnny "You should be deepening your relationship with the Queen." Which shows how Kai doesn't care for ones status. Johnny responses by taking off his glove and throwing it at Kai's back, saying "that is unforgivable!"
One would think that the throwing of the glove is a childish thing to do, like when one is frustrated. But Oliver explains that "Johnny is requesting a duel" A duel is an engagement in combat between two individuals, with matched weapons in accordance with their combat style. In medieval times when one would demand satisfaction from the offender,in this case Kai, signaling this demand with an inescapably insulting gesture, such as throwing his glove before him. Other known ways to request a duel would be to slap a glove around your offender's face.
In the third season, he makes a cameo appearance when he discovers that the Barthez Battalion were cheating. He informs Tyson of this, but tells him that it is too late to report them, because if they were disqualified it would unbalance the entire championships too late in the game.