History Heartwarming / HajimeNoIppo

27th Jul '15 9:41:15 AM MechWarrior
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* Ippo's relationship with Hiroko, his mother, is a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming ever since episode one. A specific example of this is the conversation Hiroko has with Alexander Volg Zangief after their match, which [[spoiler:leaves Ippo comatose for a few days]]. When Volg asks her if she wasn't worried about Ippo's condition, she says she lost her will to complain after seeing Ippo work so hard.

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* Ippo's relationship with Hiroko, his mother, is a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming hsa been [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments heartwarming]] ever since episode one. A specific example of this is the conversation Hiroko has with Alexander Volg Zangief after their match, which [[spoiler:leaves Ippo comatose for a few days]]. When Volg asks her if she wasn't worried about Ippo's condition, she says she lost her will to complain after seeing Ippo work so hard.
26th Aug '14 6:33:59 AM Prfnoff
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** Doubles as a [[Tearjerker/HajimeNoIppo tearjerker too]], in the final episode. After the credits roll, we get a message dedicating ''Rising'' to KenjiUtsumi and IchiroNagai. Very significant, as the two are not only the respective voice actors for Kamogawa and Nekota, they both passed away (Utsumi in June 2013, therefore having to cast another VA for Kamogawa, and Nagai in January 2014).

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** Doubles as a [[Tearjerker/HajimeNoIppo tearjerker too]], in the final episode. After the credits roll, we get a message dedicating ''Rising'' to KenjiUtsumi Creator/KenjiUtsumi and IchiroNagai.Creator/IchiroNagai. Very significant, as the two are not only the respective voice actors for Kamogawa and Nekota, they both passed away (Utsumi in June 2013, therefore having to cast another VA for Kamogawa, and Nagai in January 2014).
9th Apr '14 8:05:08 PM NNLand
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** Doubles as a [[Tearjerker/HajimeNoIppo tearjerker too]], in the final episode. After the credits roll, we get a message dedicating ''Rising'' to KenjiUtsumi and IchiroNagai. Very significant, as the two are not only the respective voice actors for Kamogawa and Nekota, they both passed away (Utsumi in June 2013, therefore having to cast another VA for Kamogawa, and Nagai in January 2014).

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** Doubles as a [[Tearjerker/HajimeNoIppo tearjerker too]], in the final episode. After the credits roll, we get a message dedicating ''Rising'' to KenjiUtsumi and IchiroNagai. Very significant, as the two are not only the respective voice actors for Kamogawa and Nekota, they both passed away (Utsumi in June 2013, therefore having to cast another VA for Kamogawa, and Nagai in January 2014).2014).
* The two [[spoiler: AlmostKiss moments between Ippo and Kumi]].
* After a thousand chapters, Mashiba finally accepts Kumi liking Ippo back.
31st Mar '14 5:54:36 PM NNLand
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** Doubles as a [[Tearjerker/HajimeNoIppo tearjerker too]], in the final episode. After the credits roll, we get a message dedicating ''Rising'' to KenjiUtsumi and IchirōNagai. Very significant, as the two are not only the respective voice actors for Kamogawa and Nekota, they both passed away (Utsumi in June 2013, therefore having to cast another VA for Kamogawa, and Nagai in January 2014).

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** Doubles as a [[Tearjerker/HajimeNoIppo tearjerker too]], in the final episode. After the credits roll, we get a message dedicating ''Rising'' to KenjiUtsumi and IchirōNagai.IchiroNagai. Very significant, as the two are not only the respective voice actors for Kamogawa and Nekota, they both passed away (Utsumi in June 2013, therefore having to cast another VA for Kamogawa, and Nagai in January 2014).
31st Mar '14 5:52:01 PM NNLand
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* The final four episodes of ''Rising'', which covers Kamogawa's past with Nekota. More specifically, the ending of that arc with [[spoiler: Nekota leaving with Yuki, while making a promise that he'll train a boxer to reach the world.]]
** Doubles as a [[{{Tearjerker}}/HajimeNoIppo tearjerker too]], in the final episode. After the credits roll, we get a message dedicating ''Rising'' to KenjiUtsumi and IchirōNagai. Very significant, as the two are not only the respective voice actors for Kamogawa and Nekota, they both passed away (Utsumi in June 2013, therefore having to cast another VA for Kamogawa, and Nagai in January 2014).

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* The final four episodes of ''Rising'', which covers Kamogawa's past with Nekota. More specifically, the ending of that arc with [[spoiler: Nekota leaving with Yuki, Yuki back to his hometown in the mountains, while making Kamogawa makes a promise that he'll train a boxer to reach the world.]]
** Doubles as a [[{{Tearjerker}}/HajimeNoIppo [[Tearjerker/HajimeNoIppo tearjerker too]], in the final episode. After the credits roll, we get a message dedicating ''Rising'' to KenjiUtsumi and IchirōNagai. Very significant, as the two are not only the respective voice actors for Kamogawa and Nekota, they both passed away (Utsumi in June 2013, therefore having to cast another VA for Kamogawa, and Nagai in January 2014).
31st Mar '14 5:50:30 PM NNLand
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* Mashiba's return match after his suspension counts--in a very weird and Mashiba like way. In the year he was suspended, his boss at work put together a Mashiba fan club and cheering section, which Mashiba himself seems to find completely irritating. But, whenever his opponent would sneak in a foul (as tends to happen in his fights), putting him into his old bloodlust, he'd hear their cheers, and would fight back clean. Somehow the final shot of him holding up his belt and angrily yelling "You happy now!?" at his cheering section just brings a smile to the face.

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* Mashiba's return match after his suspension counts--in a very weird and Mashiba like way. In the year he was suspended, his boss at work put together a Mashiba fan club and cheering section, which Mashiba himself seems to find completely irritating. But, whenever his opponent would sneak in a foul (as tends to happen in his fights), putting him into his old bloodlust, he'd hear their cheers, and would fight back clean. Somehow the final shot of him holding up his belt and angrily yelling "You happy now!?" at his cheering section just brings a smile to the face.face.
* The final four episodes of ''Rising'', which covers Kamogawa's past with Nekota. More specifically, the ending of that arc with [[spoiler: Nekota leaving with Yuki, while making a promise that he'll train a boxer to reach the world.]]
** Doubles as a [[{{Tearjerker}}/HajimeNoIppo tearjerker too]], in the final episode. After the credits roll, we get a message dedicating ''Rising'' to KenjiUtsumi and IchirōNagai. Very significant, as the two are not only the respective voice actors for Kamogawa and Nekota, they both passed away (Utsumi in June 2013, therefore having to cast another VA for Kamogawa, and Nagai in January 2014).
29th Oct '13 5:13:20 PM Shotoman
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* Shinoda finally getting praised by Kamogawa - especially considering Shinoda feels like his methods of training are dragging Kimura and Aoki down. The poor guy nearly cries and gets all happy that the Coach finally said what he did.

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* Shinoda finally getting praised by Kamogawa - especially considering Shinoda feels like his methods of training are dragging Kimura and Aoki down. The poor guy nearly cries and gets all happy that the Coach finally said what he did.did.
* Mashiba's return match after his suspension counts--in a very weird and Mashiba like way. In the year he was suspended, his boss at work put together a Mashiba fan club and cheering section, which Mashiba himself seems to find completely irritating. But, whenever his opponent would sneak in a foul (as tends to happen in his fights), putting him into his old bloodlust, he'd hear their cheers, and would fight back clean. Somehow the final shot of him holding up his belt and angrily yelling "You happy now!?" at his cheering section just brings a smile to the face.
27th Aug '13 3:56:29 AM Shotoman
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** Shortly before Ippo's first big non-rookie tournament, his mom fall ill due to overwork. This, of course, leaves Ippo with a huge, heartbreaking choice. And, if things stay the way they are, will force him to quit boxing. Then in comes Umezawa, head of said bullies. He berates Ippo for not asking for his help in the situation, asks to work at the fishing business, and even tells Ippo he quit his other job because "he wanted to follow his heart for once." If that doesn't show how true the friendship is, nothing will.

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** Shortly before Ippo's first big non-rookie tournament, his mom fall ill due to overwork. This, of course, leaves Ippo with a huge, heartbreaking choice. And, if things stay the way they are, will force him to quit boxing. Then in comes Umezawa, head of said bullies. He berates Ippo for not asking for his help in the situation, asks to work at the fishing business, and even tells Ippo he quit his other job because "he wanted to follow his heart for once." Then, after a first incredibly hard day (and the realization that all days are like this), one where he almost gave up, he came back the next day anyway. If that doesn't show how true the friendship is, nothing will.
27th Aug '13 3:51:02 AM Shotoman
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* Just look at the friendship forged between Ippo and the bullies who used to pick on him. At first it looks like they just become fans because as a boxer he must be strong, but as time goes on, not only are they fans, but quite obviously his friends.
** Shortly before Ippo's first big non-rookie tournament, his mom fall ill due to overwork. This, of course, leaves Ippo with a huge, heartbreaking choice. And, if things stay the way they are, will force him to quit boxing. Then in comes Umezawa, head of said bullies. He berates Ippo for not asking for his help in the situation, asks to work at the fishing business, and even tells Ippo he quit his other job because "he wanted to follow his heart for once." If that doesn't show how true the friendship is, nothing will.
24th Jul '13 4:51:20 AM Koronon
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* Remember [[WeakButSkilled Kenta Kobashi]], from the Rookie Kings? He drops down a weight class, and in Chapter 290 [[spoiler: become the Japanese Junior Featherweight Champion]]. [[http://www.mangareader.net/115-4615-13/hajime-no-ippo/chapter-290.html The look on his face speaks volumes.]]

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* Remember [[WeakButSkilled Kenta Kobashi]], from the Rookie Kings? He drops down a weight class, and in Chapter 290 [[spoiler: become the Japanese Junior Featherweight Champion]]. [[http://www.mangareader.net/115-4615-13/hajime-no-ippo/chapter-290.html The look on his face speaks volumes.]]]]
* Shinoda finally getting praised by Kamogawa - especially considering Shinoda feels like his methods of training are dragging Kimura and Aoki down. The poor guy nearly cries and gets all happy that the Coach finally said what he did.
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