The Andore Family are a German family of pro-wrestling thugs that were members of the Mad Gear Gang in the Final Fight series. They are all modeled after the late real-life wrestler André the Giant and they are all part of their namesake clan, who appear to consist entirely of palette swaps, in spite of their genealogy. In the original game, they can be told apart by clothing color:
- Hugo Andore: shocking pink
- Andore Jr.: red
- F. Andore: yellow
- U. Andore: dark gray
- G. Andore: blue
In Final Fight, Hugo Andore wore a shocking-pink leopard-print outfit, a chain running into the pocket of his shocking-pink pants, and thick boots. He attacked with pro wrestling techniques, including a charge attack, a pile drive and choke attack. He returned in Final Fight 2, retaining all of his attacks from the first game, but his outfit had been changed to red overalls. Andore returned again for Final Fight 3, and his costume had been changed once more. Now he sported a white muscle shirt and red denim pants, but retained the chain. He still has the same powerful wrestling moves from the previous games, but now moves rather clumsily and is by far less aggressive than before.
In Final Fight Revenge, Hugo challenged Mike Haggar to a wrestling match, with the latter's position as mayor placed as the stakes. The TV broadcast was never aired in Metro City, however, and Haggar never sees it.
- There was a theory proving that Andore and Hugo are the same person, after years of uncertainty. After starting out with the Andore clan in the first two Final Fight games, it is possible he broke away, joined up with Poison (who he knew from Mad Gear), and changed his professional name to his first name Hugo to disassociate himself from his family. Also, Hugo in Street Fighter III has the same pink-leopard-print-outfit-with-a-chain-belt look as Andore, despite the game taking place years later. Hugo's ending in Ultra Street Fighter IV lent some truth to this. After much speculation, a Capcom employee confirmed that Andore and Hugo are the same person.