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9th Sep '17 6:28:33 PM nombretomado
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* Clover Studios[=/=]PlatinumGames seems to really love this trope:

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* Clover Studios[=/=]PlatinumGames Studios[=/=]Creator/PlatinumGames seems to really love this trope:
13th Aug '17 5:10:26 PM nombretomado
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* Kenichi vs Odin in ''KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'' via [[KungFuClairvoyance seikuken vs seikuken]].

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* ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'':
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Kenichi vs Odin in ''KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'' via [[KungFuClairvoyance seikuken vs seikuken]].
23rd Jun '17 12:43:39 PM oforiousmic
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* Kenichi vs Odin in ''KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'' via seikuken vs seikuken.

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* Kenichi vs Odin in ''KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'' via [[KungFuClairvoyance seikuken vs seikuken.seikuken]].
15th Apr '17 6:05:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/IpMan 2'' has Ip versus Master Hung, as well as both of them, not together though, doing this with the Twister.

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* ''Film/IpMan 2'' ''Film/IpMan2'' has Ip versus Master Hung, as well as both of them, not together though, doing this with the Twister.



* The final round of ''Rocky Balboa'' has both sides trying to land as many punches to the other as possible.

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* The final round of ''Rocky Balboa'' ''Film/RockyBalboa'' has both sides trying to land as many punches to the other as possible.
28th Oct '16 4:08:51 AM Demongodofchaos2
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* One of the more ridiculous examples is Manga/{{Keijo}} where this is shown be doable with '''butts''' of all things.
21st Oct '16 8:05:06 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* The final round of ''Rocky Balboa'' is pretty much this, with both sides trying to land as many punches to the other as possible.

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* The final round of ''Rocky Balboa'' is pretty much this, with has both sides trying to land as many punches to the other as possible.


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*Literature/JourneyToChaos: Tiza and Hailey's duel in ''Literature/ManaMutationMenace'' starts with contests of technique but ultimately becomes a slug fest. Neither bothers ducking or dodging but only punching the other as hard and fast as possible.
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15th Oct '16 8:52:19 PM Galacton
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When two characters both try to punch each other at the same time and knock fists, we call that a PunchParry. When two engage in a duel of RapidFireFisticuffs and struggle for dominance? That is what this page covers. Very common in shonen action series, and often used in conjunction with {{Flash Step}}s. This comes in two common variants, using mostly straight punches originating from a single point of origin and then simply branching off via modifying the position the outstretched arm ends in, or throwing out lots of curved, "haymaker" type punches which usually cover a greater "field" of potential areas to hit.

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When two characters both try to punch each other at the same time and knock fists, we call that a PunchParry. When two engage in a duel of RapidFireFisticuffs and struggle for dominance? That is what this page covers. Very common in shonen action series, and often used in conjunction with {{Flash Step}}s.series. This comes in two common variants, using mostly straight punches originating from a single point of origin and then simply branching off via modifying the position the outstretched arm ends in, or throwing out lots of curved, "haymaker" type punches which usually cover a greater "field" of potential areas to hit.
10th Oct '16 3:48:31 AM Shadeblade11
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** Before Stands and Jotaro, we have the first [=JoJo=], Jonathan Joestar. One his most memorable moments is a powerful Hamon based technique known as "Sunlight Yellow Overdrive", where he unleashes a flurry of sun-infused punches into an target. While never seen in the manga, it speaks volumes that he's able to combat Star Platinum and Crazy Diamond (the Stand of Josuke Higashikata, the fourth [=JoJo=], which nearly won ''against'' Star Platinum) at similar speeds in the [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureAllStarBattle Video Game Adaptation]].
10th Oct '16 3:48:04 AM Shadeblade11
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** Before Stands and Jotaro, we have the first [=JoJo=], Jonathan Joestar. One his most memorable moments is a powerful Hamon based technique known as "Sunlight Yellow Overdrive", where he unleashes a flurry of sun-infused punches into an target. It speaks volumes that he's able to combat Star Platinum and Crazy Diamond (the Stand of Josuke Higashikata, the fourth [=JoJo=], which nearly won ''against'' Star Platinum) at the same speeds in the [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureAllStarBattle Video Game Adaptation]].

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** Before Stands and Jotaro, we have the first [=JoJo=], Jonathan Joestar. One his most memorable moments is a powerful Hamon based technique known as "Sunlight Yellow Overdrive", where he unleashes a flurry of sun-infused punches into an target. It While never seen in the manga, it speaks volumes that he's able to combat Star Platinum and Crazy Diamond (the Stand of Josuke Higashikata, the fourth [=JoJo=], which nearly won ''against'' Star Platinum) at the same similar speeds in the [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureAllStarBattle Video Game Adaptation]].
10th Oct '16 3:46:58 AM Shadeblade11
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* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' has a lot of rapid punching, but tends to more often be one-sided, as really only a specific archetype of [[FightingSpirit Stand]] favors direct combat. Still, one of the most [[SignatureScene iconic scenes]] of the series is Jotaro's Star Platinum ("ORA ORA ORA ORA ORA") and Dio's The World ("MUDA MUDA MUDA MUDA MUDA") sparring fists, which is part of a general FearfulSymmetry the two had going. As the story goes on, the series mostly uses the "curved" style of punches

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* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' has a lot of rapid punching, but tends to more often be one-sided, as really only a specific archetype of [[FightingSpirit Stand]] favors direct combat. Still, one of the most [[SignatureScene iconic scenes]] of the series is Jotaro's Star Platinum ("ORA ORA ORA ORA ORA") and Dio's The World ("MUDA MUDA MUDA MUDA MUDA") sparring fists, which is part of a general FearfulSymmetry the two had going. As the story goes on, the series mostly uses the "curved" style of punchespunches.
** Before Stands and Jotaro, we have the first [=JoJo=], Jonathan Joestar. One his most memorable moments is a powerful Hamon based technique known as "Sunlight Yellow Overdrive", where he unleashes a flurry of sun-infused punches into an target. It speaks volumes that he's able to combat Star Platinum and Crazy Diamond (the Stand of Josuke Higashikata, the fourth [=JoJo=], which nearly won ''against'' Star Platinum) at the same speeds in the [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureAllStarBattle Video Game Adaptation]].
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