Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Hajime no Ippo Filler List and Chronological Order

Hajime no Ippo  (aka Fighting Spirit and Espíritu de lucha in Latin), is a sports boxing manga created by mangaka  George Morikawa  and illustrated by it, beginning itself to be published from  October 1989  through the magazine  Shonen Magazine  to in charge of the Kōdansha publishing house , with a total of 122 volumes, currently still in publication. The anime adaptation began broadcasting on October 3, 2000 on  Nippon Television  and was in charge of the Madhouse studio , under the direction of Satoshi Nishimura , with 127 episodes:Hajime no Ippo (76 + Movie + OVA), Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger (26 episodes), Hajime no Ippo: Rising (25 episodes). , the last episode aired on March 29, 2014.

This series was licensed by  Selecta Vision  (Spain) , Viz Media  (Canada & the United States) , Crunchyroll  (Latin America) . Ippo Makunouchi

Hajime no Ippo Unfilled Episodes

He was an extremely shy high school student, unable to make friends because he was always busy helping his mother run his family fishing business. Due to being kept alone, a group of thugs led by Umezawa got into the habit of messing with him. One day when these stalkers beat him up quite seriously, a passing professional middleweight boxer stopped them and took the injured Ippo to the Kamogawa gym (ム 川 ボ ク ジ Kamogawa Bokushingu Jimu), owned by retired boxer Genji Kamogawa, to treat his wounds. After Ippo woke up to the sounds of boxers training, the boxer who saved him, Mamoru Takamura, tried to cheer Ippo up by letting him unload his frustrations in a sandbag. It was then that they first saw Ippo's boxing talent. After that incident, Ippo thought a lot about the situation and decided that he would like to start a career as a professional boxer. When he relays this message to Mamoru Takamura, he receives a verbal reprimand: Takamura thought that Ippo was taking professional boxing lightly. However, Takamura felt that he couldn't completely reject Ippo, especially due to his feat of hitting the sandbag much harder than anyone else in the gym (except for Takamura). Thus... Takamura thought that Ippo was taking professional boxing lightly. However, Takamura felt that he couldn't completely reject Ippo, especially due to his feat of hitting the sandbag much harder than anyone else in the gym (except for Takamura). Thus... Takamura thought that Ippo was taking professional boxing lightly. However, Takamura felt that he couldn't completely reject Ippo, especially due to his feat of hitting the sandbag much harder than anyone else in the gym (except for Takamura). Thus...


Filler episodes to skip in Hajime no Ippo


The following Hajime no Ippo filler list will show you which episodes or chapters are filler in the series, this means episodes that are exclusively from the anime and were not adapted based on the manga. With this guide you will be able to skip or avoid Hajime no Ippo filler episodes and thus enjoy this anime without filler. It should be noted that both the ovas, specials and movies (if the anime had these) will be located in chronological order, this for you to better enjoy on the Netflix, Hulu, Funimation or Crunchyroll platforms.



SEASON 1: Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting!



The opening cover is  Under Star (1-25), Inner Light (26-52) and Tumbling Dice (53-76)  and the ending is  Yuuzora no Kamihikouki (1-25), 360 (26-52) and Eternal Loop (53-76) .

  • 01. "THE FIRST STEP"
  • 02. "Fruits of Labor"
  • 03. "Tears of Joy"
  • 04. "Shadow Boxing"
  • 05. "3 Months to Counter"
  • 06. "The Opening Bell of the Rematch"
  • 07. "The Destructive Force of 1 cm"
  • 08. "Promise to Meet Again"
  • 09. "C Class License"
  • 10. "Debut Match!"
  • 11. "Obsession for Victory"
  • 12. "Becoming a Bully's Buddy"
  • 13. "The Eastern Japan Rookie Championship Tournament Begins"
  • 14. "Powerful Arms! Hooks vs. Uppercut!"
  • 15. "Test of Endurance"
  • 16. "Anticipating a Fierce Fight"
  • 17. "Ippo on the Beach"
  • 18. "Clinch"
  • 19. "Dream of a KO"
  • 20. "The Threat of Shotgun"
  • 21. "The Way to Capture a Prodigy"
  • 22. "Forward! Forward!!"
  • 23. "The Other Semi-Final"
  • 24. "To the Promised Place..."
  • 25. "Grudges, Sorrows & Dreams"
  • 26. "The Battle for Distance"
  • 27. "Death Match"
  • 28. "Victory or Defeat"
  • 29. "Rocky of Naniwa"
  • 30. "To Enemy Ground"
  • 31. "Traces of Intense Battles (recap)"  * Filler
  • 32. "Throw Your Right!"
  • 33. "Smash Force"
  • 34. "The Rookie King"
  • 35. "The Counting Journey"
  • 36. "The Champ and I"
  • 37. "A Thing to Strive For"
  • 38. "Two Rookies of the Year"
  • 39. "Challenge in a Foreign Land"
  • 40. "A Counter to Surpass All Counters"
  • 41. "Barf-michi's Big Fight"
  • 42. "Sharing a Dream"
  • 43. "The Speed Star"
  • 44. "Blind Spot in the Ring"
  • 45. "The White Fangs of the Wolf"
  • 46. "Be the Gazelle"
  • 47. "The Fighting Spirit Within"
  • 48. "The Red Wolf"
  • 49. "The Courage to Believe"
  • 50. "Something to Convey"
  • 51. "The Group Date"
  • 52. "The Challenger (recap)"  * Filler
  • 53. "So That I Can Be Myself"
  • 54. "Fists of the Champ"
  • 55. "The Japan Featherweight Title Match"
  • 56. "The Power that Stands in the Way"
  • 57. "Conclusion"
  • 58. "Heartbroken"
  • 59. "A Determined Gaze"
  • 60. "Rival"
  • 61. "Comeback Anxiety"
  • 62. "Revival"
  • 63. "Youth of Fire"
  • 64. "Hot Rod Era"
  • 65. "The Summer of the Kamogawa Corps"
  • 66. "Mr. Takamura's Tears"
  • 67. "The Kamogawa Gym Swings Into Action"
  • 68. "The Chief's Peril"
  • 69. "The Trap of the Southpaw"
  • 70. "The Young Punk"
  • 71. "Time for the Showdown"
  • 72. "Lallapallooza"
  • 73. "Surpass that Moment"
  • 74. "Mix-Up"
  • 75. "A Step Further"
  • 76. "Boxer's Fist"
  • <--------------------- Movie 1: Hajime no Ippo - Champion Road ------------------- ->
  • <--------------------- OVA 1: Hajime no Ippo - Mashiba vs. Kimura --------------------->

SEASON 2: Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger



The opening opening is  Hekireki (1-26)  and the ending is  8 am (1-26) .

  • 01. "The New Step"
  • 02. "Bloody Cross"
  • 03. "To the Promised Place"
  • 04. "Towards the World"
  • 05. "The Strength of the World"
  • 06. "A Figure to Chase After"
  • 07. "The Advent of the Devil"
  • 08. "Spirit for One Last Attack"
  • 09. "Qualifying for Succession"
  • 10. "Cannon Fodder"
  • 11. "Ippo vs. Hammer Nao"
  • 12. "What It Means To Be a Pro"
  • 13. "Ippo on the Beach 2"
  • 14. "Two Sparring"
  • 15. "Itagaki's Debut Match!"
  • 16. "The 2 Hawks"
  • 17. "Wild Child"
  • 18. "Extreme Weight Control"
  • 19. "Explosive Confrontation"
  • 20. "World Jr. Middle Weight Title Match"
  • 21. "The Battle of the Hawks!"
  • 22. "Supporting Hand"
  • 23. "Support Hand"
  • 24. "The King"
  • 25. "My Bronze Statue, Please"
  • 26. "New Challenger"

SEASON 3: Hajime No Ippo: Rising



The opening opening is  Yakan Hikou (1-25)  and the ending is  Buchikome !! (1-25) .

  • 01. "The Strongest Challenger"
  • 02. "The Dempsey Roll Destroyed"
  • 03. "A Woman's Battle"
  • 04. "The Goddess of Victory"
  • 05. "100% Fake"
  • 06. "The Distance Between Me and Glory"
  • 07. "Cheese Champion"
  • 08. "The Mad Dog and The Red Wolf"
  • 09. "A Savage Scenario"
  • 10. "The Face of Determination"
  • 11. "Fearless Challenger"
  • 12. "The Anti-Dempsey Perfected"
  • 13. "A Fist that Picks You Up"
  • 14. "Empowering Words"
  • 15. "A Storm Descends on Makunouchi Fishing Boat!"
  • 16. "Golden Eagle"
  • 17. "Eleki's Shocker and Papaya's Coconut"
  • 18. "The Unfinished New Counter"
  • 19. "Hawk vs. Eagle"
  • 20. "A Lesson Never Forgotten"
  • 21. "The End of the Death Match"
  • 22. "Flower of Hope" *
  • 23. "The Courage to Live" *
  • 24. "Iron Fist" *
  • 25. "A Vow for Honor!" *

In which chapter of the manga does Hajime no Ippo continue?


Last Episode Corresponds to:»We started reading from:
The last episode that was emitted is the 21* of the Third Season "Hajime No Ippo: Rising" that corresponds to Chapters 552, 553, 554, 555, 556 and 557 of the manga "Hajime no Ippo".
(*)
 Episodes 22, 23, 24 and 25 are adapted from chapters 400 to 414 of the manga, so they would be located chronologically after the second season "Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger" this according to the manga.
So if we want to continue the anime where it left off, we must start reading from Chapter 558 of the manga, this corresponds to Volume 61 (it contains chapters 552 to 561).
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