Hajime no Ippo Season 01 episode 77: Release Date and Watch Online

Hajime no Ippo Season 01 episode 77 is expected to release soon this month. Fans are excited about its upcoming episodes.

Hajime no Ippo is Japanese boxing-themed manga series written and illustrated by George Morikawa. It has been serialized by Kodansha in Weekly Shōnen Magazine and collected into 132 tankobon volumes as of September 2021.

A 76-episode anime adaptation produced by Madhouse aired on Nippon TV.

More About Hajime no Ippo 

It is a Japanese series that follows the story of high school student Makunouchi Ippo, as he begins his career in boxing and wins many titles, and defeats various opponents. He has been bullied his entire life.

Constantly running errands and being beaten up by his classmates, Ippo has always dreamed of changing himself. After being bullied by Masahiko Umezawa, Takemura, and Matsuda, Ippo was saved by a boxer Mamuro.

Hajime no Ippo Season 01 episode 77


Then he has taken to the Kamogawa Boxing Gym. After regaining consciousness, he asks Takamura to train him in boxing. Thus Ippo’s journey to the top of the boxing world begins.

In the recent Episode, Ippo is ordered by Kamogawa to do shadow boxing after roadwork and not quarrel due to his injury. However, Kamogawa reveals to Yagi that his fist is healed. Meanwhile, Kumi brings Mashiba his boxing gear.

Hajime no Ippo Season 01 episode 77

Hajime no Ippo Season 01 episode 77 Release Date 

This boxing-themed manga is receiving a positive response from the audience, and within the premiere of a few episodes, it is getting so much popular. As of November 2019, the manga had over 96 million copies in print, making it one of the best-selling manga series.

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Viewers are much awaited to watch new episodes. Now, the countdown starts as only a few days are left in the release of Episode 77. So, it is going to premiere soon this month.

Watch Online 

You can able to watch Hajime no Ippo online on Nippon TV and Crunchyroll.

Stay tuned with Stanford Art Review for more updates.

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