Now this is what it's all about.
Olympic boxing is for fags
This is a world title match though
He fights like an olympic boxer, like he's gunning for points. I hate it.
Reminder that this is the last time we will hear Nekota's VA on air.
Rest in peace, dani. ;_;
Well that sucks.
Eh, he died?
I'm hoping this fight is done as well as Ippo's last match, the climax of that fight had me in chills
Well we don't have to worry about anything animation wise, it seemed they saved their budget for the fight. What concerns me is the condensing into 3 episodes.
Still got Takamura shaking there.
l feel like Takamura should have lost, Eagle is clearly the better boxer.
Why would someone like that retire after one loss? Is he psychologically pained from fighting takamura?
You're supposed to spoiler the real spoiler as well, bro.
Please, everyone can tell Takamura was going to win.
Seriously, outside of Aoki and Kimura, who the fuck loses at Kamogawa Gym? Ippo lost once and then never again, Itagaki lost twice, once because he was new as fuck and again because he became an arrogant little shit that underestimated Kyousuke.
He didn't though. Hell, him being arrogant is a tactic to fuck with his opponents. Kyousuke knew this.
Sure, and I also enjoy watching the fight regardless of the outcome, but don't you think it should be my choice?
Way to be a dick.
He kept assuming that just because he was fast and that he beat Kyousuke before, he could do it again, no problem.
Then Kyousuke put him in the corner.
Takamura is the epitome of shit writing in sports manga. The best the author could do is to send him to space to fight aliens because no other boxer can beat him on Earth. Neither can bears for that matter, not even a hippo or a gorilla either.
Hey anons, where is a good place to start with Hajime no Ippo? I know there are over 100 volumes but I'm sure it'll take a stupid amount of time reading through all that material (I read real slow).
Takamura is written like some sort of unbeatable idol.
Still, I have more problems with Ippo. I'm starting to think homo theory was right all along - miyata this, miyata that, miyata those, miyata will win, miyata can't lose, miayata, miyata. Just get to the top and wait for him if you want and if he can't come, then what's the point of fightning a weakling.
I can't blame him.