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Ichiro Miyata
This is a list of the fictional characters that appear in the manga and anime series Hajime no Ippo
Hajime no Ippo
(はじめの一歩), also known as Fighting Spirit. Characters are grouped by the boxing gym they are a member of.Contents1 Kamogawa Gym1.1 Ippo Makunouchi 1.2 Mamoru Takamura 1.3 Others2 Kawahara Gym2.1 Ichirō Miyata3 Naniwa Gym3.1 Takeshi Sendō 3.2 Others4 Toho Gym 5 Otowa Gym 6 Kinoshita Gym 7 Hachinohe Gym 8 Karil Gym 9 Nakadai Gym 10 Nihon Gym 11 Other boxers11.1 Japanese boxers 11.2 Foreign boxers12 Other characters 13 AnimalsKamogawa Gym[edit] Ippo Makunouchi[edit] Ippo Makunouchi (幕之内 一歩, Makunouchi Ippo)Voiced by: Kōhei Kiyasu (Japanese) and Steve Cannon (English)Ippo is the main protagonist of the series. His boldness as a boxer is juxtaposed with his shy and amiable personality outside the ring
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Manga
Manga
Manga
(漫画, Manga) are comics created in Japan
Japan
or by creators in the Japanese language, conforming to a style developed in Japan
Japan
in the late 19th century.[1] They have a long and complex pre-history in earlier Japanese art.[2] The term manga (kanji: 漫画; hiragana: まんが; katakana: マンガ;  listen (help·info); English: /ˈmæŋɡə/ or /ˈmɑːŋɡə/) in Japan
Japan
is a word used to refer to both comics and cartooning. "Manga" as a term used outside Japan
Japan
refers to comics originally published in Japan.[3] In Japan, people of all ages read manga
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Kanji
Kanji
Kanji
(漢字; [kandʑi]  listen) are the adopted logographic Chinese characters
Chinese characters
that are used in the Japanese writing system.[1] They are used alongside hiragana and katakana
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Lightweight
Lightweight is a weight class in the sports of boxing, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, and rowing.Contents1 Boxing1.1 Professional boxing 1.2 Professional champions1.2.1 Longest reigning lightweight champions1.3 Amateur boxing1.3.1 Olympic Champions 1.3.2 Pan American Champions2 Kickboxing 3 Mixed martial arts 4 Rowing 5 References 6 External linksBoxing[edit] Professional boxing[edit] The lightweight division is over 130 pounds (59 kilograms) and up to 135 pounds (61.2 kilograms) weight class in the sport of boxing. Notable lightweight boxers include Alexis Argüello, Henry Armstrong, Ken Buchanan, Tony Canzoneri, Pedro Carrasco, Joel Casamayor, Al "Bummy" Davis, Oscar De La Hoya, Roberto Durán, Artur Grigorian, Joe Gans, Benny Leonard, Ray Mancini, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Juan Manuel Marquez,
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Jorge Páez
Jorge Adolfo Febles Páez (born October 27, 1965) is a Mexican actor, circus performer and former professional boxer. In boxing he held the WBO and IBF featherweight titles.[1] Paez's nickname of "El Maromero" is in honor of the somersault (referred to in Spanish as "maroma") acts he performs at the circus. It was in the circus that he learned acrobatic moves he would later use in the boxing ring. Páez is also the father of Azriel Páez and Jorge Páez, Jr.[2]Contents1 Personal life 2 Professional career2.1 Early Years 2.2 Featherweight champion 2.3 Lightweight 2.4 Later Years 2.5 Injuries and Retirement3 Outside the Ring 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksPersonal life[edit] Paez has been a circus performer in his northwest Mexico hometown since he was very young. Jorge started boxing in San Luis Río Colorado
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Emanuel Augustus
Emanuel Augustus (born Emanuel Ya'kov Burton, January 2, 1975), is an American former professional boxer who fought out of Brownsville, Texas. He faced top level competition throughout his career, winning the IBA light welterweight title in 2004.Contents1 Personal life 2 Professional career2.1 Notable opponents3 Titles3.1 Controversial disqualification4 Other achievements 5 Outside the ring 6 References 7 External linksPersonal life[edit] Born in Chicago, Illinois, Augustus grew up in Louisiana and boxed out of Baton Rouge. He recently resided in Brownsville, Texas, and boxed at Grechy's Pound 4 Pound Gym located in Sydney, Australia for a brief period of time. Currently, after getting shot in a random shooting and recovering, Augustus lives with his sister in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Professional career[edit] Augustus began his boxing career under his birth name Emanuel Burton. However, in 2001, when his parents married, Burton adopted his father's last name of Augustus
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Jake LaMotta
Giacobbe "Jake" LaMotta (July 10, 1922 – September 19, 2017) was an American professional boxer, former world middleweight champion, and stand-up comedian. Nicknamed "The Raging Bull", LaMotta was a rough fighter who was not a particularly big puncher, but he would subject his opponents to vicious beatings in the ring. With use of constant stalking, brawling and inside fighting, he developed the reputation for being a 'bully'; he was what is often referred to today as a swarmer and a slugger. Due to his style of fighting, LaMotta often got as much as he was giving in an era of great middleweights. With a thick skull and jaw muscles, LaMotta was able to absorb incredible amounts of punishment over the course of his career, and is thought to have one of the greatest chins in boxing history. LaMotta's six-fight rivalry with Sugar Ray Robinson
Sugar Ray Robinson
was one of the most notable in the sport, but LaMotta won only one of the bouts
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Koichi Wajima
Koichi Wajima (輪島 功一, born 21 April 1943) is a retired Japanese professional boxer who competed in the light middleweight (154 lb) division. He is the former Undisputed Light Middleweight Champion of the World, who won both WBC and WBA titles.Contents1 Childhood and early career 2 Professional career 3 Professional boxing record 4 Post retirement 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksChildhood and early career[edit] Wajima was born in Karafuto, (current Sakhalin) which became Soviet territory when Wajima was three years old. He and his family moved to Shibetsu, Hokkaidō, but barely managed to make a living, Wajima was put up for adoption. He lived with his stepfamily while his parents worked in Shibetsu.[citation needed] Wajima began to work as a fisherman with his stepfamily. He was still in middle school, but had to work from sunset all the way to daybreak. The only time he had to sleep was during class
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Keiji Fujiwara
Keiji Fujiwara (藤原 啓治, Fujiwara Keiji, born October 5, 1964 in Tokyo) is a Japanese actor, voice actor, narrator and sound director who is affiliated with Air Agency. His best known projects include Crayon Shin-chan as Hiroshi Nohara, Fullmetal Alchemist as Maes Hughes, Eureka Seven as Holland, Kingdom Hearts series as Axel.[1] He founded his own talent management and production company, Air Agency, in November 2006.[2]Contents1 Voice Acting Work1.1 Television animation 1.2 Theatrical animation 1.3 Original video animation (OVA) 1.4 Video games 1.5 Tokusatsu 1.6 Drama CD roles 1.7 Dubbing roles1.7.1 Live-action 1.7.2 Animated2 Live Action 3 Web radio hosting 4 Character songs 5 Stand-in voice actors 6 References 7 External linksVoice Acting Work[edit] Television animation[edit]1991Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi, Zhang Fei RPG Densetsu Hepoi, Baron Castle1992Crayon Shin-chan, Hiroshi Nohara Ranma 1/2, Daitokuji
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Grant George
Grant R. George is an American voice actor who is known for voicing characters in anime dubs and video games
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Super Featherweight
Super featherweight, also known as junior lightweight, is a weight division in professional boxing, contested between 126 pounds (57 kg) and up to 130 pounds (59 kg). The super featherweight division was established by the New York Walker Law in 1920, although first founded by the New York State Athletic Commission (NYSAC) in 1930. The first English champion was "Battling Kid" Nelson in 1914 who lost his title to Benny Berger in 1915. Artie O’Leary also won this title in 1917. This weight class appeared into two distinct historical periods, from 1921 to 1933 and 1960 to the present. Brian Mitchell holds the record for the most consecutive title defenses at this division, with 12 defenses of the WBA title (1986 – 1991)
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Katakana
Katakana
Katakana
(片仮名, かたかな, カタカナ, Japanese pronunciation: [katakana]) is a Japanese
Japanese
syllabary, one component of the Japanese writing system
Japanese writing system
along with hiragana,[2] kanji, and in some cases the Latin script
Latin script
(known as romaji). The word katakana means "fragmentary kana", as the katakana characters are derived from components or fragments of more complex kanji. Katakana
Katakana
and hiragana are both kana systems. With one or two minor exceptions, each syllable (strictly mora) in the Japanese language
Japanese language
is represented by one character, or kana, in each system
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Freddie Pendleton
Freddie Pendleton (born January 5, 1963 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is a retired professional boxer in the lightweight (135lb) division. Pendleton won his first title in October 1985 knocking out Darryl Martin (9-2) in the 6th round earning him the Pennsylvania State light welterweight title. In March 1986, "Fearless", who was (14-13) at the time, took on Roger Mayweather (23-3) at the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. He knocked out Roger in the 6th round for a TKO win. Four months later, Pendleton took on Frankie Randall (27-1) for the second time. Only this time was for the vacant USBA lightweight title. The fight went the distance and was a draw. Freddie later won the USBA lightweight title and defended it successfully in 1987 and 1988. In 1990, Pendleton fought for a world title against a world class fight like WBC & IBF lightweight champion, Pernell Whitaker (20-1)
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Senpai
Senpai (先輩, "earlier colleague") and kōhai (後輩, "later colleague") are terms from the Japanese language describing an informal hierarchical interpersonal relationship found in organizations, associations, clubs, businesses, and schools in Japan. The concept is based in Japanese philosophy and has permeated Japanese society. The relationship is an interdependent one, as a senpai requires a kōhai and vice versa, and establishes a bond determined by the date of entry to an organization
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Daisuke Namikawa
Daisuke Namikawa (浪川 大輔, Namikawa Daisuke, born April 2, 1976 in Tokyo) is a Japanese actor, voice actor and singer who started acting at age 8 and is sometimes mistaken for fellow voice actor Daisuke Hirakawa, as their names only differ by one character when written in kanji.[1] Despite his wide range of voice casting, he is usually cast as young, kind heroes such as Mikage in 07-Ghost, Fay D. Flourite in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Jellal Fernandes and his counterpart Mystogan from Fairy Tail, Rokuro "Rock" Okajima in Black Lagoon and Keita Ibuki in Black God, but he is also cast as cold anti-heroes or villains such as Ulquiorra Cifer in Bleach, Hisoka Morow in Hunter x Hunter (2011), Kei Kurono in Gantz, Eustass Kid in One Piece
One Piece
and Toutaku Chuuei in Ikki Tousen. He is the official Japanese dub-over voice artist for American actor Elijah Wood
Elijah Wood
and Canadian actor Hayden Christensen
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Child Prodigy
In psychology research literature, the term child prodigy is defined as a person under the age of ten who produces meaningful output in some domain to the level of an adult expert performer.[1][2][3] The term Wunderkind (from German: Wunderkind, literally "wonder child") is sometimes used as a synonym for "prodigy", particularly in media accounts
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