Busty Sakura has just been chosen to be Sweet Diva’s main vocalist for a fourth time in a row, and the idol group couldn’t be happier. With plenty of jobs coming their way, both Sakura and her rival Elena volunteer for a promotional gig at a wrestling arena. But when the pair accidentally offends pro wrestler Rio Kazama, who in turn insults the merits of being an idol, Sakura throws herself into the ring for skimpy, sexy and brutal matches with other well-endowed beauties. For this Sweet Diva member, she’ll endure shameful moves and bend in whatever position it takes to prove that idols are nothing to be looked down upon!
Ample bosoms, revealing clothing, nudity and lots of women in compromising positions as they fight is the name of the game in these two shows. If you enjoyed one -or just want something similar to mock- you should consider checking the other one out.
These are both heavy ecchi titles where the plot is just an excuse to get the women into fanservice positions. There's lots of nudity and close up of crotch and boobs. Both these shows have silly plots that are impossible to take seriously.
Although the shows have different setting the heavy fanservice makes them a good match. If you just want to see some boobies and close up crotch and butt shots then check these anime out.
Each of these anime are fairly heavy with the ecchi, and exist purely to show as many cleavage, crotch and nude shots as possible. Erotic moaning and a plot that's only reason for being there is as a set-up to get the girls into fanservice mode.
But hey, if you enjoyed one then the other will definitely appeal to you.
Boobs. Yeah, that's... pretty much it. Neither are particularly intelligent: one being about ecchi wrestling with plenty of crotch shots, boobs and moaning, plots about something. The other, boobs, giant boobs, more boobs and a world revolving around boobs and boobamancy with the plot about boobs.
I mean, sure Manyuu Hiken-Chou has the better cast with actual dudes having actual prominent appearances but there's no reason to watch these on any reason related to logic. You're watching them for the ecchi filth they are, stacked to overflowing with fanservice and increasingly ludicrously booby antics with a plot you wouldn't give a turd about. These two are here if you want some pervy, senseless crap to watch and a nice chesty match for each other.
If you’ve ever lacked the enthusiasm for a daily workout, Hinako is here to help! Once human, she is now a busty anime character and ready to lead the viewer through sit-ups, push-ups and squats. Her scant outfits and bouncing enthusiasm are sure to stimulate the otaku community into shape in no time!
There's loads of fanservice to be had in these two very voyerustic titles. Skimpy outfits, compromising positions and camera placement and well-stacked female leads are the things these anime have in common. If you for whatever reason want more of the same, check out the other one.
These are both fanservice heavy shows where the plot is just an excuse to get the women in compromising situations. Training with Hinako doesn't even have a real plot but is just watching a woman with large breats do things to make them jiggle for 40 minutes. Wanna Be does have a plot but it's so silly that it's impossible to take seriously.
These are both shows for anyone that wants some straight up ecchi without a lot of plot to get in the way.
Although a friendly warning: If you're going to watch Wanna be the Strongest make sure to be wearing headphones if other people are around. The moaning can get out of control.
These titles are essentially nothing more than a flimsy excuse to get some animated girls into fanservicey moments as often as possible, and often in the most in-your-face manner possible. Quite literally actually as the crotch shots that take up the whole screen can be rather nauseating at times.
Hinako doesn't even have a plot of any not, it just dives straight into uncomfortable ecchi. At least Naritai has the decency to pretend plot was important. Fans of one will likely find the other entertaining though.
The world of wrestling is a harsh place, and as the Dream Angels are cruelly dispatched by the butch Foxy Ladies, Eri and Miki of team Wanna-Be's step up to the plate to exact revenge. Their training gym becomes the focus of the latest research by the Kidou Corporation, and the girls undergo a new rigorous workout involving experimental DNA remodelling. Their reward is increased strength and speed, but at what price and what is the ultimate plan of the devious scientists?
Put on your spandex leotard and breathe in that locker room smell! Both shows are centred about women wrestlers —not the Olympic kind— in very tight-fitting clothing duking it out in the ring, working the circuit until they can face off with their rivals. Both are incredibly stupid, yet also pretty fun despite their numerous and obvious flaws. If you watched either one and want more of the same stuff, go ahead and watch it. Both are pretty much a must-watch for any fan of wrestling, or for those that enjoy the rampant silliness inherent to wrestling.
Be advised that Wanna be the Strongest in the World is a whole lot more ecchi and is very exploative while Wanna-be's is very tame by modern standards.
Both of these shows are about wrestlers, which is a fairly uncommon theme in the anime world, so it's worth reccing these just for that reason alone. Aside from that they both feature a pretty stupid plot, and some ecchi scenes thrown in for good measure. Although the ecchi in Wanna-Be's is far, far more tame compared to the other, with Naritai literally brimming with crotch shots, nudity and suggestive moaning.
Seeing as there's an almost twenty year gap between the shows the animation obviously couldn't really be more different, but the main draw for me is the amount of silly fun that both shows are. Yes they suck hard, but they suck in a hilariously entertaining way.