In the SNES version of Super Punch-Out!!, Gabby Jay is the weakest opponent in the game. The story behind him is that he was born in Paris, France, and originally worked as a waiter in a cafe near the Eiffel Tower, before he somehow felt the need to take up boxing. His only win was against Glass Joe, according to the SNES Super Punch-Out!!'s instruction booklet (which earned him a diploma from the "Glass Joe School of Boxing"). Like Glass Joe, Jay's signature move is the 'Taunt Punch', which he jumps away from his opponent, shouts "C'mon!!" twice, jumps slowly toward his opponent and throws a punch. He will also shout "Yay!" sometimes, which allows him to recover half of his health. Gabby Jay's offensive and defensive skills are also poor, which takes quite a while to throw any punch. He wears blue boxing gloves, and his palette swap is Bob Charlie. He will shout "Yay!" three times should he be able to win.
The highest score against Gabby Jay is 55,850, by rdrunner0077.
The lowest time against Gabby Jay is 0'06"23, by MeLeeak.
Gabby Jay's "Yay!" became very popular for some find it very amusing.
Gabby Jay has the same initials as Glass Joe (G.J.)
Gabby Jay and Glass Joe both have 8 letters.
Ironically, Glass Joe is tied with Gabby Jay as most experienced fighter, edging out Mr. Dream by 1 fight. Little Mac can pass this record however in the Wii version of Punch Out.
Unlike his mentor, Glass Joe, Gabby Jay is in no hurry to retire, apparently planning to fight until he finally wins "at least one more."
At 56 years old, Gabby Jay is the second oldest known active boxer in WVBA History, second only to Hoy Quarlow.
Gabby Jay could be the third oldest, as Mr. Dream's age is unknown; therefore, there is a possibility that Mr. Dream is either the oldest boxer, which would make Hoy Quarlow the second oldest, or is between Hoy and Gabby Jay in terms of age.
Gabby Jay is the only fighter to actually talk when time has ran out.