Mao Lan is a typical seventeen-year-old girl with a not-so-typical life. She’s been trained since childhood by her perverted grandfather to be a master in their family’s secret martial arts style, and is tasked with training the old men that visit their dojo – not to mention trying her best to be seen with all of her clothes on! In addition to dealing with the dojo’s newest recruit and a nosy sports reporter, Mao Lan must also train to enter the martial arts competition Prime Mat at her grandfather’s insistence. His old friend, it seems, has made a startling request that she’s unable to refuse: he wants Mao Lan to defeat his very own granddaughter in the ring!
With the threat of the Demon King thwarted, the three warring academies of Kanto are enjoying an unusual state of peace. Having secured their alliance with Seito academy, Hakufu, Koukin, and Ryomou are now free to spend their time earning money to participate in upcoming tournaments. That is, until the surprising appearance of an old foe, the emergence of a new ally, and the revelation of an old friend's identity threaten to turn the schools against one another again.
both Ikkitousen: Great Guardians and Fighting Beauty Wulong have great and interesting fights with some ecchi aspects if you seen one of this two you might like the other one also because in many aspects this two are similar but of course there are a lot of differences between them also
Youka, a thick-headed boy, has been forced into Zenshinkyou Temple to learn martial arts. During his short stay at the temple, he quickly decides that their style is not for him, and takes up an ancient martial arts style, Gyokujo Shinkei, under the beautiful female master Shouryuujo. Because of his oath to her, he has made an enemy of Ribakushuu, the evil sister of Shouryuujo, as well as the Zenshinkyou. After many years of training, a disaster of events occurs, and now a grown-up Youka must find Shouryuujo and a way to defeat Ribakushuu.
Condor Hero and Wulong are fairly unique in that they focus on characters learning Chinese styles of martial arts. Both have pretty bad animation and a similar tone and feel, so if you liked one try out the other.
In the land of Kuruda, warriors with magical powers and incredible fighting skills battle for the ultimate prize: the title of Sevaar, the strongest warrior in the land. Elle Ragu, nicknamed Shadow Skill, is the newest Sevaar to emerge, but that doesn't make her life any easier. Teaching her "little brother," Gau, how to be a warrior, fending off assassins from other kingdoms and thwarting enemy invasions is hard enough, but her biggest challenge will be paying off her drinking debts!
I didn't care much for Wulong, but do have a recommendation for something much better: Shadow Skill TV. It has better animation, a similar badass main female martial artist and a quest - though figuratively or literally - to become stronger and grow.