Hajime No Ippo Chapter 1444 Release Date, Cast, Storyline, Trailer Release, and Everything You Need to Know:
Japanese manga artist George Morikawa creates the characters and storyline for the boxing manga Hajime no Ippo (“The First Step” in English).
Beginning in October 1989, the series has been published in the Weekly Shōnen Magazine by Kodansha. As of November 2023, there have been 139 tankōbon volumes compiled of the series.
In it, we follow high school kid Ippo Makunouchi as he launches a boxing career, wins many championships, and faces off against a wide range of opponents.
Ippo and Mashiba’s battle will go on in Chapter 1440 of Hajime no Ippo. Seeing Ippo hit on his sister incited Mashiba’s wrath, even though Ippo had only intended for the battle to go three rounds. Consequently, he begged Ippo to prolong their battle.
Yumi and Ippo seem to have been misunderstood by Mashiba. He suspects that Ippo is teasing his sister. He plans to engage Ippo in a boxing bout as an outlet for his frustrations with Ippo. We shall find out in the following episode if Ippo defeats Mashiba.
“Perfect Sparring” is the name of the most recent chapter. During their intensive training session, Ippo and Mashiba are giving it their best.
The action begins as Mashiba attacks Ippo with a wild barrage of blows. Ippo is helpless in the face of his incredible speed and strength. It seems that Mashiba is temporarily ahead of him!
Hajime No Ippo Chapter 1444 Release Date:
Chapter 1440 of Hajime no Ippo will be available for purchase and download on Tuesday, November 14, 2023, PT. Each week, a new chapter of Hajime no Ippo is published. Here is the worldwide schedule for Chapter 1440 of Hajime no Ippo:
Hajime No Ippo Chapter 1444 Trailer Release:
Hajime No Ippo Section 1444 does, in fact, have a teaser video.
Hajime No Ippo Chapter 1444 Storyline:
Based on what has happened recently, here are some wild guesses as to what may happen in the upcoming chapter of Hajime no Ippo:
Ippo and Mashiba will likely be seen getting back on their feet after that grueling sparring battle. They gave it their all, so I can only imagine how exhausted they are.
Ippo would probably think about the fight and how it motivated him to do better. He’ll be motivated to keep exercising hard because of it.
After sparring with Ippo, Mashiba may have a greater appreciation for Ippo’s courage and expertise. Ippo’s already high firefighter morale will skyrocket! He’ll be ready and excited to tackle whatever comes next.
To demonstrate how far Ippo has gone, we may see flashbacks to his previous training and battles. Ippo may get an invitation to a competition or meet a new opponent.
In the end, I believe this battle stoked a new passion inside Ippo. Now we’ll see him even more committed to improving his boxing skills!
The chapter opens with Mashiba and Ippo continuing their duel. In order to devise a strategy to overcome Mashiba, Ippo meticulously observed his every action. Ippo sees that Mashiba makes a barrier by extending his leg.
In essence, it’s saying that Ippo shouldn’t participate. Plus, he can’t dig any farther since it’s in his way. It also makes a takeover much more challenging. On top of that, Mashiba’s long right isn’t only a product of his long reach.
Mashiba is now more squared up in his typical angled stance, drawing the palm of his right hand close to his opponent. The more Ippo takes note of all things, the more he wants to attack Mashiba. They had been in the middle of a bout when Mashiba began striking Ippo without waiting for him to be ready.
Mashiba begins to repeatedly strike Ippo. Even though Ippo was concentrating on the palm of his hand, he had a hard time evading his left. Those pouches were coming at him nonstop, and he couldn’t concentrate. Mashiba hesitated for an instant before attempting a powerful blow.
Ippo was surprised when Mashiba hit him in the face instead of his torso. For that, Mashiba had Ippo lower his guard. Even a world-class player may find success with this, according to Ippo. The three rounds ended with the punch.
According to Ippo, he would still be on the ground if he hadn’t worn his protective helmet. Since he went to such lengths to get there, Mashiba tells him they need to fight more. Ippo, nevertheless, informs him that he has already taken a beating.
Being too preoccupied with assisting his mother with the family fishing charter company prevents Ippo Makunouchi, a very timid high school student, from ever making friends.
Umezawa and his gang of bullies preyed on him because of his reserved personality. A middleweight competitive boxer who happened to be passing by intervened and escorted the wounded Ippo to the Kamogawa Gym, which is owned by the former boxer Genji Kamogawa, so that he could get treatment for his injuries.
Mamoru Takamura, the boxer who rescued Ippo, attempted to lift his spirits by letting him hit a sandbag when he woke up to the sound of boxers practicing. At that moment, they saw Ippo’s boxing prowess for the first time.
Ippo pondered the matter extensively after that occurrence and ultimately decided he wanted to start a professional boxing career. Ippo is disrespecting the sport of professional boxing, according to Takamura, who angrily scolds him.
Despite this, Takamura couldn’t bring himself to flat-out reject Ippo, particularly when his sandbag punch was more impressive than anybody else’s at the gym.
So, once Ippo has trained for a week, he dares her to catch ten falling leaves at once. Ippo will fail, Takamura thinks to himself, so he jogs away, continuing his roadwork.
Ippo, however, succeeds just in time following a week of strenuous preparation that included late hours. He waits for Takamura to arrive along his customary route while running, and then catches all ten falling leaves with only his left hand, surprising him.
Ippo learns from Takamura that a boxing jab is what it means to capture all ten leaves, and Takamura is quite pleased. To continue the introduction process, Takamura asks Ippo to return to the boxing facility.
Where To Watch Hajime No Ippo Chapter 1444?
If you’re looking for the raw (Japanese) version of Hajime no Ippo Chapter 1440, you may find it on Pocket Shonen Magazine or Magamega.