Wednesday, May 13, 2020

≫ Hajime no Ippo Filler List

Hajime no Ippo  (aka Fighting Spirit and Spirit of struggle 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...


See Hajime no Ippo without filler


To make it easier for you to watch Hajime no Ippo without filler , I show you the list with the chapters you should avoid or skip, so you don't waste your time on nonsensical chapters or just get bored with filler episodes that don't add anything to the original story . In this list of chapters of Hajime no Ippo without filler you will also be able to appreciate the chronological order (this so that you know the order that you should see the chapters, ova or movies) , likewise this guide is divided into sagas, arcs or seasons and each chapter with its respective name to make it easier for you to locate that episode you wanted to see again, whether you watch it on Netflix or Crunchyroll. And if this were not enough, if you just saw the anime in the final part of this article you can continue in the manga chapter that this one stayed.
Anime Episodes: 127
Manga chapters: In emission
Editorial: Kodansha
Study: Madhouse

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. "The results of the effort"
  • 03. "Tears of happiness"
  • 04. "Boxing against a shadow"
  • 05. "Three months until the counter"
  • 06. "The rematch bell"
  • 07. "The destructive power of 1 cm"
  • 08. "Promise of meeting"
  • 09. "Class C License"
  • 10. "Debut Match"
  • 11. "Perseverance for victory"
  • 12. "Declaration of friendship"
  • 13. "East Japanese Tournament for Rookies Begins"
  • 14. "Strong Arms. Hooks vs. Uppercut"
  • 15. "Fight of the Titans"
  • 16. "Premonition of extreme combat"
  • 17. "Ippo on the beach."
  • 18. "Hug"
  • 19. "Dream of a KO"
  • 20. "The shotgun threat"
  • 21. "How to capture a genius"
  • 22. "Forward ... FORWARD"
  • 23. "The other semifinal"
  • 24. "To the place we promised ..."
  • 25. "The feelings of each person"
  • 26. "Fight for Distance"
  • 27. "Death Match"
  • 28. "Victory or Defeat"
  • 29. "The Rocky of Naniwa"
  • 30. "Enemy Territory"
  • 31. "The Traces for the Intense Battle"  * Filler
  • 32. "The forehand"
  • 33. "The threat of Smash"
  • 34. "Champion of the Rookies"
  • 35. "A new way"
  • 36. "Meeting with the King"
  • 37. "Aiming High"
  • 38. "The two rookie champions"
  • 39. "Challenge in a foreign land"
  • 40. "A counter superior to all the cons"
  • 41. "The Combat of Gero-michi"
  • 42. "Sharing dreams"
  • 43. "The speed star"
  • 44. "The blind spot of the ring"
  • 45. "The Wolf of the White Fangs"
  • 46. "Become a Gazelle"
  • 47. "The spirit of inner struggle"
  • 48. "The Red Wolf"
  • 49. "Courage to trust"
  • 50. "Something to say"
  • 51. "Group date"
  • 52. "Applicant"  * Filler
  • 53. "My intention to be myself"
  • 54. "The King's Fists"
  • 55. "Fight for the Japanese featherweight title"
  • 56. "A wall against force"
  • 57. "Face to face"
  • 58. "A broken heart"
  • 59. "Willpower"
  • 60. "Rival"
  • 61. "Anxiety to return"
  • 62. "The way back"
  • 63. "Burning youth"
  • 64. "Unbridled era"
  • 65. "The Kamogawa Summer Troop"
  • 66. "Takamura-san's tears"
  • 67. "Kamogawa gym to attack"
  • 68. "The Coach Crisis"
  • 69. "The southpaw trap"
  • 70. "A bad boy"
  • 71. "Time of war"
  • 72. "Lallapallooza"
  • 73. "Overcome the past"
  • 74. "Compenetration"
  • 75. "Towards the next step"
  • 76. "The boxer's fists"
  • <--------------------- Movie 1: Hajime no Ippo - Champion Road ------------------- ->
  • <--------------------- OVA 1: Hajime no Ippo - Mashiba vs. Kimura --------------------->

Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger



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

  • 01. "A new step"
  • 02. "Bloody Cross"
  • 03. "To the place we promised"
  • 04. " Go for the world"
  • 05. "The strength of the world"
  • 06. "The figure to follow"
  • 07. "The appearance of the devil"
  • 08. "Spirit for one last attack"
  • 09. "A worthy successor"
  • 10. "Losing Horse"
  • 11. "Ippo against Hammer Nao"
  • 12. "Requirements to be a professional"
  • 13. "Ippo on the beach 2"
  • 14. "The two spars"
  • 15. "Itagaki's debut match"
  • 16. "Two hawks"
  • 17. "Wild Kid"
  • 18. "Extreme Weight Control"
  • 19. "Limit Instability"
  • 20. "Fight for the World Superwelter Title"
  • 21. "Battle of hawks"
  • 22. "Brawl"
  • 23. "Support Hand"
  • 24. "The King"
  • 25. "You would like a bronze statue"
  • 26. "New Applicant"

Hajime No Ippo: Rising



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

  • 01. "The strongest applicant"
  • 02. "The dempsey roll is destroyed"
  • 03. "A battle of women"
  • 04. "The goddess of victory"
  • 05. "100% false"
  • 06. "The distance between glory and me"
  • 07. "The Cheese Champion"
  • 08. "The Mad Dog and the Red Wolf"
  • 09. "A wild setting"
  • 10. "The face of chorizo"
  • 11. "A fearless aspirant"
  • 12. "The perfected anti-dempsey"
  • 13. "A fist that rises"
  • 14. "Words of Force"
  • 15. "A storm is approaching the Makunouchi Fishing Boats !!"
  • 16. "The Golden Eagle"
  • 17. "Eleki's shocker and coconut papaya"
  • 18. "The new unfinished counter"
  • 19. "Hawk vs. Eagle"
  • 20. "Unforgettable teaching"
  • 21. "At the end of a fight to the death"
  • 22. "The flower of hope"
  • 23. "Courage to live"
  • 24. "Iron Fist"
  • 25. "An oath"

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


*LAST EPISODE:
25
Anime episode
HAJIME NO IPPO: RISING
"The last anime episode of Hajime No Ippo: Rising (3rd season of the anime) that aired is the 25th that corresponds to chapter 558 of the manga with the name" Hajime No Ippo ".»
* CORRESPONDING TO SLEEVE N °:
558
Manga Chapter
HAJIME NO IPPO
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