|Birthplace||Slam Town, USA (?)|
|Measurements (Bust, Waist, Hip)|
Nicknamed The "Florida Wild Horse," Gunloc trained under Mike Haggar along with his friend/rival and fellow wrestler Biff Slamkovich. He once tried to put the moves on Jessica, but after she ignored him, he was beaten by Cody for it. Haggar was also not amused by this, which caused them to get into a fight.
In contrast to Biff's disposition, Gunloc is quick to anger. This berserker style of wrestling has cost him a couple of victories in the ring.
- The Hyper Cannons were a CWA tag team comprised of Biff Slamkovich and Gunloc. The team is mentioned in Hugo's ending in Street Fighter III 2nd Impact when paired with Ryu, Necro or Gill.
- In the English Translation, it was hinted at Gunloc being related to Guile from Street Fighter II, which would subsequently make him one of Ken Master's in-laws. Gunloc's hair and the bomber jacket that he wears to the ring, along with some of his special moves, also hinted at a connection. However, it has since been stated that they are not related at all.
- Gunloc is modeled after Chris Benoit.
- Gunloc was included in the arcade version of Street Fighter: The Movie as the character "Blade" which had him infiltrating Shadaloo in order to destroy it from the inside. This game also explicitly stated him to be Guile's brother in this continuity. Blade had three secret alternate palletes in the game much like Mortal Kombat's ninja characters. The heat Capcom got for creating Mortal Kombat-like pallete swap characters and the generally weak gameplay of Blade saw him ommitted from home console versions in favor of characters who were in Street Fighter II but were not in the original movie game.
- Although the movie game is considered by a large margin to be the worst of the Street Fighter games, Gunloc's inclusion in the game as "Blade" marks the first appearance of a Capcom character from another franchise being included in a Street Fighter game, and perhaps the last time a character who originally appeared in the Muscle Bomber/Slam Masters series was used beyond a brief reference in the backstory of another character.