This article explains the strength of Manjiro Sano (Mikey) in manga of Tokyo Revengers, his fight scenes and the reasons behind his strength.
Mikey is the strongest character of the Tokyo Revengers, a man who can one-shot knock out even the most desperate of opponents.
He’s so strong that most of his fights end in a single frame in manga, which means that Mikey’s fight scenes are surprisingly few and far between.
First of all, we will introduce a list of Mikey’s achievements, and then we will explain his strength from each of his fights.
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- <Tokyo Revengers>Mikey’s strength is overwhelming! His kick is so strong that he gets hit with one shot!
- A scene that shows Mikey’s strength in Tokyo Revengers! His kick is too strong!
- Mikey beats Masataka Shimizu(Kiyomasa) (Volume 1, chapter 4)
- Mikey makes Nobutaka Osanai faint (chapter 16 of volume 3)
- Mikey beats bad boys with a single blow (chapter 43 of Volume 6)
- Mikey beats Chombo, Chome and Kazutora Hanemiya (chapter 55-56 of volume 7)
- Mikey knocks out Shuji Hanma with a single blow (chapter 59 of volume 7)
- Mikey Beats up Kazutora Hanemiya (chapter 60 of volume 7)
- Mikey knocks out Taiju Shiba (chapter 104-106 of volume 12)
- Mikey Defeats Izana Kurokawa (chapter 171-174 of volume 20)
- Mikey Single-handedly destroys a team of bikers (chapter 207 of volume 24)
- Mikey overwhelms even South Terano (chapter 232 of volume 26)
- Tokyo revengers, the root of Mikey’s strength is Karate?
- Conclusion of “Tokyo Revengers, Mikey is strong in manga! His kick is the strongest!”
<Tokyo Revengers>Mikey’s strength is overwhelming! His kick is so strong that he gets hit with one shot!
This table lists the opponents and results of Mikey’s fights in the Tokyo Revengers stories, as well as the volume and number of episodes.
Most of them are one-shot KOs, and some of them are followed up by beatings. The only fight that ever turned into a proper fight was Izana Kurokawa.
|Opponents||Result||chapter & volume of
|Knock out with single blow||Vol. 1, chapter 4|
|Nobutaka Osanai||Knock out with single blow||Vol. 3, chapter 16|
|Bad boys in Yokohama||Knock out with single blow||Volume 6, chapter 43|
|Knock out||Vol.7, chapter 55-56|
|Shuji Hanma||Knock out with single blow||Vol. 7, chapter 59|
|Kazutora Hanemiya||Mikey was about to kill Kazutora||vol.7, chapter 60|
|Taiju Shiba||Knock out with single blow||vol. 12, chapters 104-106|
|Izana Kurokawa||Mikey beats Izana||Vol. 20, chapters 171-174|
|Bad boys||Mikey beats all of them by himself||Vol. 24, chapter 207|
|South Terano||Mikey kills South||chapter 232 of volume 26|
A scene that shows Mikey’s strength in Tokyo Revengers! His kick is too strong!
Let’s take a closer look at Mikey’s fight record, which we have just listed, fight by fight.
As you can see from the list, Mikey is so strong that when he fights, it’s almost always with one blow.
Mikey beats Masataka Shimizu(Kiyomasa) (Volume 1, chapter 4)
The first time Mikey showed his unbelievable strength was in chapter 4 of the 1st volume of the manga, when he took on Kiyomasa (Masataka Shimizu), the organiser of the “underground fighting”.
Mikey’s front kick hit Kiyomasa clean on the chin and he fainted at the first shot, and then Mikey followed up with another kick to beat him up completely.
Incidentally, this is not a fight, but more of a punishment.
Mikey didn’t care about Kiyomasa’s face or name, but he didn’t like the fact that he was organizing a stupid thing called “underground fighting”, so he beat him up in front of everyone, and the underground fighting that was tormenting Takemichi and his friends ended easily.
Mikey makes Nobutaka Osanai faint (chapter 16 of volume 3)
The next time Mikey showed his strength was in the chapter of volume 3 of the manga, when he KO’d Nobutaka Osanai, the president of Moebius, with a single high kick.
Osanai was two years older and much bigger than Mikey, but Mikey’s kick to the temple sank him in one blow.
Mikey’s kicks have extraordinary destructive power, but it is the precision with which they strike the opponent’s temple that is the most frightening.
Mikey beats bad boys with a single blow (chapter 43 of Volume 6)
Mikey’s strength has been apparent in the past, and his strength is depicted in the reminiscences of Baji in episode 43 of volume 6 of the manga.
In this scene, the members of Tokyo Manji gamg from when it was formed came to Yokohama, and Baji fighted to the bikers there.
They were outnumbered and Baji was protecting Mikey’s beloved Hawk Maru (= a motorbike) when Mikey rushed in and knocked out the leader with a single blow.
We don’t know what happened next, but it seems that all the bikers in the area were beaten up by Mikey.
Mikey beats Chombo, Chome and Kazutora Hanemiya (chapter 55-56 of volume 7)
The battle scene in episodes 55-56 of volume 7 of the manga emphasises the inhumanity of Mikey’s strength.
In this scene, Mikey is facing three opponents, Kazutora, Chombo and Chome, and he is being attacked by Kazutora, with Chombo strangling his left leg and Chome choking him from behind.
But Mikey, after taking a lot of attacks,
- After a brief attack, Mikey ripped off the chome and threw him away.
- He then high kicked Kazutora with chombo who was holding his left leg.
In the process, he knocked three people unconscious in an instant.
If he had the leg strength to lift a man, he could sink anyone with a single high kick.
Mikey knocks out Shuji Hanma with a single blow (chapter 59 of volume 7)
In the 59th episode of the 7th volume of the manga, Mikey knocked out Shuji Hanma, who was blocking Mikey’s way, with a single high kick.
Shuji Hanma is strong enough to go toe to toe with even Draken, and he has the durability of a zombie to get back up no matter how many times Draken attacks him.
However, in front of Mikey’s strength, such durability does not matter at all, and he is KO’d by one blow.
Incidentally, when the members of Valhalla saw Mikey’s strength, which made Shuji Hanma faint at one shot, they completely lost their will to fight and ran away from the scene.
Mikey Beats up Kazutora Hanemiya (chapter 60 of volume 7)
In the 60th episode of the 7th volume of the manga, Mikey and Hanemiya Kazutora are locked in a battle.
However, due to the difference in strength, it is no longer even a fight, but a one-sided slaughter.
For Mikey, Kazutora was his brother Shinichiro’s revenge, and he had stabbed his childhood friend Baji, so he wielded his fist with a clear intent to kill.
In the end, after Takemichi’s persuasion and seeing Baji’s good luck charm, Mikey came to his senses and did not kill Kazutora.
Mikey knocks out Taiju Shiba (chapter 104-106 of volume 12)
In the 12th volume of the manga, episodes 104-106, we see the battle between Taiju Shiba and Mikey.
Taiju Shiba is undoubtedly the strongest monster we’ve ever seen, a man of unparalleled power and endurance due to his non-standard physique.
The first punch hit Taiju Shiba first and Mikey must have taken a lot of damage, but in the end he KO’d Taiju Shiba with a single high kick.
Mikey’s attire at the time was not battle-worthy by any stretch of the imagination, but even in that condition he was able to leap to get a high kick like a dance into the temple of the taller Taiju Shiba.
Mikey Defeats Izana Kurokawa (chapter 171-174 of volume 20)
In the 20th volume of the manga, episodes 171-174, we see the culmination of the “Tokyo Manji gang vs Jersey” war, later known as the “Kanto Incident“.
At the end of this war, Mikey and Izana Kurokawa go head to head, and they fight each other more than any other enemy Mikey has faced so far.
Izana Kurokawa has a natural sense of combat, and is able to attack unilaterally without receiving any attacks from his opponent.
He has a natural sense of fighting and can hit an opponent with a one-sided attack without receiving any attack from the opponent, and each of her attacks has the power to make an ordinary opponent faint.
Mikey was on the defensive in the early stages, but he didn’t mind kicking from the top of Izana Kurokawa’s guard, and nearly destroyed his limbs.
Then it was Mikey’s turn, and he landed a decent high kick to Izana Kurokawa’s temple. It wasn’t enough to knock him out, but it was enough to seal the deal.
Mikey Single-handedly destroys a team of bikers (chapter 207 of volume 24)
In episode 207 of volume 24 of the manga, Mikey, who appeared as the president of the “Kanto Manji gang”, showed his inhuman strength by destroying dozens of biker gangs by himself.
Even after the dissolution of the Tokyo Manji gang, the strength of the “invincible Mikey” was not only still alive and well, but had even become more impressive.
You can see that the strength of Izana Kurokawa, who had a great match with Mikey, was also extraordinary.
Mikey overwhelms even South Terano (chapter 232 of volume 26)
In episode 232 of volume 26 of the manga, there is a battle between Mikey and South Terano. South Terano is one of the strongest fighters in the Tokyo Revengers, and was called “the same level as Mikey”.
However, even South Terano was quickly rendered incapable of fighting in the face of Mikey’s kicking power, and was beaten to death by Mikey in episode 233.
Mikey’s kick is now a deadly weapon.
Tokyo revengers, the root of Mikey’s strength is Karate?
So far, we have explained Mikey’s overwhelming strength with his battle record in the manga.
The reason why Mikey has such a strength is explained in episode 123 of volume 14 of the manga.
Mikey’s family runs a karate dojo, and Mikey’s grandpa is the master.
Mikey’s grandfather is the master of the dojo, but Mikey doesn’t like to practice, so he rarely shows up to practice, but he was stronger than anyone else in the dojo.
Conclusion of “Tokyo Revengers, Mikey is strong in manga! His kick is the strongest!”
In this article, we have explained the strength of Mikey (Manjiro Sano) of Tokyo Revengers, his fight scenes in the manga and the reason for his strength.
In Tokyo Revengers, Mikey is so strong that you can be sure of winning if he appears.
It might be boring for Mikey if he has such a strength.