These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Baki the Grappler
Alternate Character Interpretation: Interestingly, the dub. Baki was originally portrayed as dreaming of being the strongest to take down his psychopathic father and for love of fighting. The dub portrays Baki as someone who was born into it, and while he likes fighting, he'd give it up for a nice, normal life.
Well, in the manga Baki also says, that if his father was weakest man on the Earth, he would have been satisfied with being the second weakest.
Yujiro has gotten a lot of characterization. he believes himself to simply be an animal and above human morals. All he wanted in life was simply to fight someone as an equal. Now that Baki has gotten near Yujiros level, Yujiro is seemingly happy and treating Baki more like his own son rather then a maggot.
The defining example of how broken Yujiro is? His article on the other wiki lists what styles he's beaten and destroyed. The list goes on for a while, and ends with The Forces of Nature Itself, with a link to the Acts of God article.
Baki: "Not even cancer or AIDS could do a thing against him."
Plus, the anime's last two episodes are a flashback to Yujiro's youth, when among other things he went on a 2-year romp/killing spree through a warzone at the tender age of 16. Turns out he's one of the main reasons America had to pull out of Vietnam.
The final fabled fight between Baki and Yujiro has come to pass. Yujiro seems to have accepted Baki as his son, and it is the first time anyone has ever matched blows with him.
And in the end Yujiro still beats Baki with ease.
Moral Event Horizon: Yujiro's brutal and deadly maiming of Emi, while their son (and everybody else) is incapable of doing anything to stop him.
Nausea Fuel: Many things in the series, but most of the characters are drawn so muscular and with such little body fat that they look disgusting. It doesn't help that the art style makes them look realistic while simultaneously looking cartoony, making the characters look creepy as hell.
This Is Your Premise on Drugs: The fighting manga genre on acid. At first the series is fairly realistic, albeit pushing your suspension of disbelief. After the Maximum Tournament though, all bets are off. By the time you reach Son Of Ogre you'll be wondering what the hell the author was on. Considering the author is a former amateur boxer and practices kempo, you wonder if he has brain damage.