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13th Aug '16 10:19:04 AM superkeijikun
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* ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'': All Might gets into one of these with Noumu, an artificial villain designed specifically to fight him and withstand his attacks. All Might, already at the limits of his power, pummels Noumu until his ability to absorb his punches gives out before sending him flying.
6th Aug '16 12:52:37 AM DoctorTItanX
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* ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'': [[spoiler: [[BiggerBad Kaguya Otsutsuki]]]] and Naruto with [[spoiler: Ashura's, one of Sages Sons, Chakra]] get into one of these using chakra arms in ch 680.

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* ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'': [[spoiler: [[BiggerBad [[GreaterScopeVillain Kaguya Otsutsuki]]]] and Naruto with [[spoiler: Ashura's, one of Sages Sons, Chakra]] get into one of these using chakra arms in ch chapter 680.
27th Jun '16 5:40:56 AM Dravencour
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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 and Dio's The World 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 punches
31st Mar '16 9:02:07 AM thatother1dude
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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 and Dio's The World sparring fist, 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 and Dio's The World sparring fist, 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
31st Mar '16 8:55:40 AM thatother1dude
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* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' has a lot of rapid punching, but tends to more often be one-sided. It is, however, less of a technique used to defeat an opponent, than more a "reward" of sorts having found a way around your opponent's stand via HeartIsAnAwesomePower. 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. It is, however, less 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 and Dio's The World sparring fist, which is part of a technique used to defeat an opponent, than more a "reward" of sorts having found a way around your opponent's stand via HeartIsAnAwesomePower.general FearfulSymmetry the two had going. As the story goes on, the series mostly uses the "curved" style of punches
29th Jan '16 9:16:45 AM Piando
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* A lot of Shonen FightingSeries have them, but ''FistOfTheNorthStar'' probably [[TropeMaker made this trope]], with Ken vs. Raoh's being some of the most epic variations of these ever, and ''DragonBall'' popularized them. FistOfTheNorthStar mainly uses the "straight" variant

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* A lot of Shonen [[ShonenDemographic Shonen]] FightingSeries have them, but ''FistOfTheNorthStar'' ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'' probably [[TropeMaker made this trope]], with Ken vs. Raoh's fights being some of the most epic variations of these ever, and ''DragonBall'' ''Franchise/DragonBall'' popularized them. FistOfTheNorthStar Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar mainly uses the "straight" variant



* As pictured above, ''OnePiece'' includes a variant of this trope in the fight between [[RubberMan Luffy]] and [[PantheraAwesome Lucci]]. At one point, they exchange blows repeatedly, and Luffy uses RapidFireFisticuffs, but Lucci uses [[FingerPokeOfDoom Rapid Fire Claw Pokes Of Doom.]]

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* As pictured above, ''OnePiece'' ''Manga/OnePiece'' includes a variant of this trope in the fight between [[RubberMan Luffy]] and [[PantheraAwesome Lucci]]. At one point, they exchange blows repeatedly, and Luffy uses RapidFireFisticuffs, but Lucci uses [[FingerPokeOfDoom Rapid Fire Claw Pokes Of Doom.]]



** Happens in other ''Anime/PrettyCure'' series as well.

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** Happens in other ''Anime/PrettyCure'' ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' series as well.




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* ''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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* ''IpMan ''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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** It can also be found in the fourth and final fight with Prince Vorkken in ''VideoGame/TheWonderful101'' with Wonder-Red being the other participant. Now here's the kicker, each side has the ability to link their 100 allies together into various forms of huge weaponry ([[{{BFS}} swords]], [[DropTheHammer hammers]], etc). Wonder-Red's special morph is a fist... [[{{HSQ}} you figure out the rest]].

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** It can also be found in the fourth and final fight with Prince Vorkken in ''VideoGame/TheWonderful101'' with Wonder-Red being the other participant. Now here's the kicker, each side has the ability to link their 100 allies together into various forms of huge weaponry ([[{{BFS}} swords]], [[DropTheHammer hammers]], etc). Wonder-Red's special morph is a fist... [[{{HSQ}} [[HolyShitQuotient you figure out the rest]].




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15th Dec '15 5:29:19 PM Kytseo
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* Now ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' allows players to do this with a [[VideoGame/PunchOut Little Mac]] vs. [[MirrorMatch Little Mac]] [[http://youtu.be/8Cx2YUzLTx0?t=1m32s match.]]

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* Now ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' allows players to do this with a [[VideoGame/PunchOut Little Mac]] vs. [[MirrorMatch Little Mac]] [[http://youtu.be/8Cx2YUzLTx0?t=1m32s match.]]]] Also, in [[VideoGame/FireEmblemFates Corrin's]] [[https://youtu.be/j1JERhUoQoU?t=1m46s character trailer]], Corrin does so with Toon Link (though, funnily enough, Toon Link's doing so with his taunt).
29th Nov '15 7:10:12 AM Prfnoff
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* ''MedakaBox'': Medaka has to fight Takachiho, someone who has SuperReflexes, engaging in this. Zenkichi also engages in a kicking version of this with [[spoiler: a brainwashed Medaka.]]

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* ''MedakaBox'': ''Manga/MedakaBox'': Medaka has to fight Takachiho, someone who has SuperReflexes, engaging in this. Zenkichi also engages in a kicking version of this with [[spoiler: a brainwashed Medaka.]]
30th Oct '15 11:12:07 PM Dravencour
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When two characters both try to punch each other at the same time 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. 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.
31st Jul '15 4:40:26 PM nombretomado
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* In ''GGundam'', followers of the School of the Undefeated of the East do this as a ''[[HandshakeSubstitute greeting]]''. '''''"[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiK-xpWNcOE LOOK! THE EAST IS BURNING RED!]]"'''''

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* In ''GGundam'', ''Anime/MobileFighterGGundam'', followers of the School of the Undefeated of the East do this as a ''[[HandshakeSubstitute greeting]]''. '''''"[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiK-xpWNcOE LOOK! THE EAST IS BURNING RED!]]"'''''
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