Well this is the first time I fight in a
tournament like this so I’ll try to do it right (be free to tell me if I’m
Ekichi Onizuka from
Onizuka is 2 Degree Black Belt in
Karate, has extensive street fighting experience as he led a gang on his
younger years and he has shown incredible feats of strength, speed and
In the strength department he is capable of
flicking a man off his feet, winning 100 of consecutive arm wrestling matches
(To the point he destroyed the table in which this contest was being held) He
broke an arcade machine with pure brute force to release himself when he was
handcuffed to it. He also broke bowling balls that were glued to his hands by
smashing them into the ground (It’s a long story) And he broke through a wall
with his bare hands.
Speed wise he has been shown reacting to
multiple attacks from opponents in street fights, winning a swimming race
against a professional racer and chasing vehicles on foot (for short periods of
time, not only through speed but also with street-wise)
But where he goes far and beyond is in
durability. Onizuka has taken enough punishment to kill a platoon of grown men.
He has fallen from immense heights time and time again with no noticeable ill
effect, crashed through heavy plated glass, been hit by a car, being on the
receiving end of many beatings, one including a iron bar to the head when he
was a gang member. But most importantly he has taken bullets and kept going
powered by will and rage, to the point he kept his focus while doing a 5 hours
exam in 1 hour with 3 bullets lodged on his body.
Here are some extra scans
Mamoru Takamura from
Hajime no Ippo
Takamura is a two times boxing champion of the
world (Junior Middleweight and Middle Weight) with a record of 23/0/0 with 23
KO’s (It could have been more, but nobody in Japan wanted to fight him)
According to Word of God* (Oh powerful Morikawa-sensei) he is the strongest
Boxer that has appeared in Hajime no Ippo up until now.
Apart from the obvious perks of being a World
Class Boxer he is also an experience street fighter, and before even getting
training it was stated he was already at the level of world class boxers. Still
his fights aren’t the only place in were feats of incredible power have been
achieved. Yet he did quite knock down everything they made him fight against
Takamura knocked down a Bear (this while being
weakened by weight control) Fought against Date, Sendou, Mashiba, Saeki and
Okita (Almost a greatest hits of Ippo’s opponents) at the same time and beat
the crap out of them in a bar fight, after fighting a World Class Match.
He has shown remarkable speed, strength and
durability. Capable of outsprinting his fellow Kamogawa boxers with little to
no effort, being able to punch opponents out of the ring (even weakened through
weight control) He beat a group of wild monkeys and lifted a small truck.
He has taken punishment that would kill a man
and kept fighting. He may seem to by a bit of a clown, but when he gets pissed
he goes for the kill, quite literally. An Enraged Takamura made Bryan Hawk, one of
the strongest boxers the series has shown feel terror and dread, to the point
that after the fight Hawk was reduced to a slobbering mess incapable of
fighting as he has punch phobia (didn't knew that was a thing)(See Img X)
*(Morikawa described Takamura as
by far the best pound for pound fighter in the series. He's the ideal blend of
both athleticism and technique, and intelligence and instincts. Source Wikipedia)
Why does this pair of former street delinquents win? They have the strength, speed and durability of world class fighters but most importantly they never give up and even if they seem dumb they are quite cunning when it comes to fighting
Onizuka will charge at Caesar, ready to kick him in the face.
Takamura will rush Joseph, starting with a basic combination (Jab-Jab-Straight) to check Joestar's defenses