|Debut||Family Guy episode 15|
|Type of Fighter||Antagonist|
Gloria Ironbachs is a minor character who appears in the episode "I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar". Gloria teaches sensitivity to people in the work environment. She was responsible for making Peter embrace his feminine side which stifled his relationship with his wife Lois. At the end of the episode, she had an all out fight with Lois Griffin, who did not like what she did to Peter.
Gloria is a strict person. She does not tolerate abuse in a work area and strongly dislikes those who make fun of or abuses women. She was very strict on Peter Griffin when she first met him and was willing to take drastic measures to change his sexist ways. After the sensitivity training she was happy with Peter since he no longer abuses or mistreat female workers at work. Gloria also disliked Lois Griffin for her incompetence to keep her husband in place and got into fight about it.
Gloria is a brawler and uses her brute strength, (which is her biggest advantage) to viciously take down her opponent. In her fight with Lois Griffin, she was able to overpower Lois on several occasions, taking her down multiple times and landing some heavy blows. Gloria also manages to subdue Lois, pinning her arms and hoisting her up with ease before applying a powerful bear hug, squeezing Lois so hard that the straps on her dress snap, and potentially cracking her ribs.
Gloria has no actual strategy in a fight, mostly relying on her brute strength to bring down her opponent. She lacks clarity in battle and is constantly leaving herself open to attacks. There are several moments throughout the fight where Gloria is in control, only to have Lois capitalize on Gloria's mistakes and fight back.
|Gloria Ironbachs vs. Lois Griffin||Draw (Slight edge to Lois)|
- Gloria's last name, Ironbachs, might be a reference to how she is tough.