But I wanna punch, not kick! Why do you think I'm called Punching Judy? I come from a family of punchers, it's in our blood!
|—Punching Judy, Gar Trains Punching Judy|
Judy has the same height as Enid. She has a vibrant green hair that goes down to her waist and a somewhat dark tan skin. She wears a black top with matching shorts and boots and wears big red boxing gloves, which she is believed to have been born with on her fists.
In "No More Pow Cards", during the brief POW Card narration, Punching Judy is described as having the heart of a fighter and the mind of a twenty-something.
Judy has shown to be dedicated to her pugilist family trait. She trains and fights in tournaments to be great. However, her repeated defeats against her sister made her discouraged. Gar's motivation and advice gave her the confidence and strategic edge to defeat her sister Punching Trudy.
Abilities and Powers
Judy has a power level of 3. K.O. said in "Let's Be Heroes" that she's the toughest fighter of his neighborhood.
Judy is a well-known boxer, and all her fighting techniques consist of boxing moves, like jabs and hooks. Her punches are strong enough to defeat opponents like Bell Beefer and Big Bull Demon.
She has good reflexes as shown when she extemporaneously had a orange thrown at her and she kicked it.
Judy has great lower body strength that gives her strong stability, and it makes her hard to take down. She was also able to put cracks in a fighting ring using her feet. Judy was also nimble enough to avoid attacks from her brawny sister, Punching Trudy. 
- Quick Jab
- Heavy Jab
- Tornado Uppercut
- Shield Breaker
- "Let's Be Heroes"
- "Jethro's All Yours" (cameo)
- "You're Level 100!"
- "You Get Me"
- "You Have to Care"
- "Plaza Prom" (Pictured)
- "Second First Date" (cameo)
- "No More Pow Cards" (cameo)
- "Mystery Science Fair 201X" (Pow Card)
- "Let's Not Be Skeletons"
- "Plaza Film Festival"
- "Be a Team" (cameo)
- "Point to the Plaza" (cameo)
- "Gar Trains Punching Judy"
- She is K.O.'s babysitter.
- Her name could be a reference to the children's puppet show duo Punch and Judy.
- It is possible that Punching Judy was inspired by the Punch-Out!! franchise, as her personality and special moves are extremely similar to Little Mac's.
- Her design may also have been inspired by a similar character from Bee and PuppyCat named Toast. Though their personalities and abilities greatly differ, the two share a similar appearance.