Circuit no Ookami

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Ganbare! Kickers Specials

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Hajime no Ippo: Rising

Hajime no Ippo: Rising

Ippo continues to defend his Japanese Featherweight title from an ever stronger pool of challengers. Meanwhile, Takamura challenges for his second WBC title in the middleweight class, and Aoki challenges for the Japanese Lightweight title and Coach Kamogawa and Nekota reminisce about their days as prizefighters after WWII.

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Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting! Special

Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting! Special

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Hajime no Ippo: Champion Road

Hajime no Ippo: Champion Road

Ippo's ready to face his greatest test thus far as a boxer, but his next opponent is completely unlike anyone he's fought before! Cool, calculating, and possessing an intelligence rivaled only by his ferocity, he is the brains against Ippo's brawn. To make matters worse, an old rival from Coach Kamogawa's past has returned to guide Ippo's genius opponent, and he brings with him knowledge of a secret attack that's supposed to be... unbeatable!

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Hajime no Ippo: Mashiba vs Kimura

Hajime no Ippo: Mashiba vs Kimura

For many years now, Ippo's sempai Kimura has struggled to reach the top of the lightweight division, but the title has always eluded him. Now, finally, an opportunity comes that he might never get again: a chance for one more fight, the winner coming away with the championship belt. His opponent seems unbeatable, but Kimura is determined. He'll defeat Mashiba with his newly created secret punch... or he'll retire from boxing forever!

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Major Season 5

Major Season 5

Goro is back in Japan; awaiting him are old friends, new enemies, and the opportunity of a lifetime. He finds out just in time about a selection process for the Japan Representatives, a team of all the best Japanese players who will face America in the baseball world cup. In an even more tempting twist, Joe Gibson will be in the American team. For Goro, this is the first chance to represent Japan on the world stage… and his last to take on Joe Gibson in an ultimate showdown!

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H2

H2

Hiro Kunimi loves baseball and was the star pitcher of the youth team until he injured his elbow. Much to the dismay of his friends, Hiro has decided to give up his beloved baseball, even going so far as to burn his glove and enroll in one of the few schools without a baseball club. Hiro then joins the soccer club and decides to throw himself into the sport. One day, in a bid to humiliate the Baseball Fan Club – run by the clumsy Haruka – the Soccer Club challenges them to a match. Disgusted by their arrogance, Hiro decides to quit the Soccer Club halfway through the game and joins the Baseball Fan Club instead! It seems that Hiro’s desire to play baseball and his dream of reaching Koshien are too strong to simply ignore after all.

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Major Season 3

Major Season 3

Having turned down a place as Kaido’s ace, Egashira Edawara, Kaido’s agent, still hasn’t forgiven Goro, and his dirty politics deal our hero a devastating blow! Refused entry into every school with a baseball team, Goro joins Seishuu High where baseball has no place and the girls outnumber the boys 452 to 38. Never one to balk at a challenge, Goro decides to set up a new team of his own to use to defeat Kaido; but first he must persuade the few unwilling boys at his disposal to join him before even thinking about how he will train them up to be good enough. Things at home aren’t easy either as his father struggles with the last days of his baseball career. As Goro enters the grown-up world of baseball where being an ace alone is of little use, he must learn to take responsibility not just for his own training but for those of the entire team...

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Ganbare! Kickers: Bokutachi no Densetsu

Ganbare! Kickers: Bokutachi no Densetsu

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Heavy

Heavy

Guy is a Japanese street-brawler in New York who chooses to train under the famed boxer, Roman, with the hopes that he can raise enough money as a heavyweight to fund a life-saving operation for his father.

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