Best Boxing Anime Ever

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    One Pound Gospel

    One-Pound Gospel is a manga series written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi. Beginning in Weekly Young Sunday issue 9 of 1987, it was published sporadically until finishing in issue 3/4 of 2007 with the chapters collected into…

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    Slow Step

    Slow Step is a romantic comedyboxing and softballmanga by Mitsuru Adachi.[1] It was serialized by Shogakukan in the shōjo manga magazine Ciao from September 1986 through March 1991, and collected in seven tankōbon volumes. In 1991,…

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    Ayane’s High Kick

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    Nozomi Witches

    Nozomi Witches sometimes also called Bewitching Nozomi, is a manga series by Toshio Nobe which was adapted into a three episode animeOVA series in 1992. Because of similarities with Mitsuru Adachi‘s style, and the fact that the OVA…

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    Ganbare Genki

    Do Your Best Genki is a sportsmanga by Yū Koyama about Horiguchi Genki, a boy who is raised by a single father, and who wants to be a boxer like him. It was adapted as an animetelevision series by Toei Animation. The manga received…

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    Ring Ni Kakero

    Ring ni Kakero or Put It All in the Ring, is a manga created by Masami Kurumada. A total of 25 volumes were published in Weekly Shōnen Jump between 1977 and 1981. It is one of the Jump magazine’s best-selling manga series of all time,…

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    Ashita No Joe 2

    Joe Yabuki is a troubled young man who runs away from an orphanage. Wandering through the Tokyo slums, he meets former boxing trainer Danpei. Joe is later arrested and goes to a temporary jail where he fights Nishi, leader of a group of…

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    Baki The Grappler

    Grappler Baki known as Baki the Grappler in North America, is a manga series written and illustrated by Keisuke Itagaki. It was originally serialized in Weekly Shōnen Champion from 1991 to 1999 and collected into 42 tankōbon volumes…

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    13 People Agree With You Megalo Box

    The series was broadcast in Japan from April 6, 2018 to June 29, 2018 and was simulcast on Crunchyroll.[2] The series was licensed by Viz Media for an English release and began airing on Toonami in…

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    Rainbow Nisha Rokubou No Shichinin

    Rainbow: Nisha Rokubō no Shichinin is a Japanese manga series written by George Abe and illustrated by Masasumi Kakizaki. It began serialization in 2002 in Shogakukan Publishing’s Weekly Young Sunday manga magazine but was moved to Big…

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    Ashita No Joe

    Ashita no Joe is a boxingmanga written by Ikki Kajiwara, under the pen name Asao Takamori, and illustrated by Tetsuya Chiba in 1968 that was later adapted into an anime series and movie. Outside Japan it is also referred to as Champion…

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    Megalo Box

    Megalo Box is a 2018 anime television series created in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the manga Ashita no Joe.[1] It is produced by the studio TMS Entertainment, which also produced the second Ashita no Joe anime in 1980. The head…

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    Hajime No Ippo New Challenger

    Ippo Makunouchi is a shy young man who works with his mother, Hiroko on their fishing boat business while he attends school, so he has no time to hang out with friends. One day, as Ippo is walking home, he is approached by Masahiko Umezawa and two…

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    Hajime No Ippo Rising

    A 76-episode anime adaptation titled Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting! was produced by Madhouse, Nippon Television and VAP, directed by Satoshi Nishimura and ran on the Nippon Television Network from October 2000…

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    Hajime No Ippo

    Hajime no Ippo is a Japanese boxingmanga series written and illustrated by George Morikawa. It has been serialized by Kodansha in Weekly Shōnen Magazine since 1989 and collected in over 123 tankōbon to date. It follows the story of…

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