3 Best Fighting and Martial Arts Themed Anime Series

Martial arts and fight anime series are on their way back to popularity with Wars and Ashura, but there are way more series to watch. Martial arts and fight anime series are on their way, we have prepared 3 anime series for you.

Will martial arts anime such be able to get ahead of fantasy anime series? Are fighting-themed productions more successful than fantasy anime in 2021? We just have to wait.

1- Baki

We all know the Baki series from Netflix, but the original of the series is older. In fact, Baki was a manga series written by Keisuke Itagaki in 1991 and was called “Baki the Grappler”. Later, it was released as 2 different anime in 2001 and 2016.

We are not talking things like manga Ao no Flag or los 15 hijos de superman – We are talking pure quality martial arts, sword hearth good anime.

Also, we are taking the time to say RIP to the great artist Brad Allan Shang Tchi he passed away just after finishing with the martial arts setup in the movie.

2- Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure

Hey, we all love Jojo’s. Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure doesn’t contain much brutality like Kengan Ashura. There are more psychological and creative strategies in the anime series. Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure with its characters, drawings, style, music, concept, and villains is a very different production.

Jonathan Joestar is a rich, noble boy with a life that anyone could desire. On the other hand, Dio Brando is an ambitious and talented child who was adopted by the JoJo family after his father died. The story is about the struggle of two families with each other over several generations, starting with Jonathan Joestar and Dio Brando.

3- Shura No Toki: Age of Class

‘Shura no Toki’ depicts a unique style of martial arts known as Mutsu Enmei-Ryu. This invincible unarmed fighting style allows a fighter to use his speed and strength to defeat any number of opponents, regardless of whether they are armed or not. The anime also depicts the endless wars between the Muts and the people on their way.

If you’re a big martial arts fan, this is definitely an anime that should be on your watch list. It has some really impressive fight scenes that are also technically pretty solid if you compare it with real-life ones.

4- Scissor Seven

Scissor Seven (also known as Killer 7 in China) is a Chinese streaming television animated series. It was released on Netflix under the name Scissor Seven.

A clumsy and broke Seven fails a crash course in professional killing and becomes a barber. Afterward, he decides to become an assassin, and gets caught up in a power struggle between two rivaling factions while trying to regain his memories.

Raffaello Sambiagio, A black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, he is one of the members of Tribe Jiujitsu Roma Nord, one of the most prestigious in the capital.
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Raffaello Sambiagio

Raffaello Sambiagio was born in Rome in eighty-nine. He approached martial arts through his local Judo gym, but everything changed with Brazilian jiu Jitsu. A black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, he is one of the members of Tribe Jiujitsu Roma Nord, one of the most prestigious in the capital. Parallel to his competitive career, Raffaello dedicated himself to teaching discipline first to children and then to adults. Our testing and reviewing method.
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