Hajime No Ippo Chapter 1350 is expected to be released on August 18, 2021, in the Weekly Shonen Magazine. It first aired in October 1989.
Hajime no Ippo is a Japanese boxing-themed manga series created by George(Jouji) Morikawa. It is serialized into 131 tankōbon volumes as of the latest.
The story follows Makunouchi Ippo, a high school student as he begins his boxing career and eventually battles and wins against several opponents and acquires many championships.
Hajime No Ippo Chapter 1350 Release Date
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Hajime No Ippo Chapter 1350 is expected to be released on August 18, 2021. After the airing of Chapter 1349, fans have been anticipating this chapter of the manga very much.
Read the Manga Online
Presently you cannot legally access Hajime No Ippo online since Morikawa Jouji is anti-digital. However, you can read it in the Weekly Shonen Magazine, which supposedly releasing a digital version but Morikawa isn’t very encouraging when it comes to soft copies.
However, given are the following sites where you can read the manga online. The sites may vary from region to region as per the accessing viz. hajime-ippo.com, mangavite.com, mangajar.com.
— KhalidZero0 (@Luffy_Khalid0) August 7, 2021
What Has Happened
Kamogawa and Yagi discuss boxing along with the team, he also wants to celebrate regardless of his injury. Takamura is worried about Kamogaya but he still somehow manages to ace the fight. He tells Ippo that it is up to oneself to fulfill their own accomplishments, and if not; they’re the only ones to blame, not God.
On the way home, they meet Yamaguchi, who got his address from Kanagawa as she witnessed the fight along with Kamagoya’s condition. Yamaguchi notices that Ippo stills have his wrist weights on, believing that they must have become part of his daily life as he still can fight in a ring.
Both Takamura and Ippo pass out as Yamaguchi dresses Takamura’s wounds. Ippo dreams of praise as he is stabbed with arrows everywhere. The next morning, both the friends wake up believing that the title match was just a dream, but they are brought back into reality as soon as they pick the newspaper up.
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