Top 10 Anime With The Greatest Tournament Arcs Ever!

 


10 ANIME WITH GREAT 

TOURNAMENT ARCS



Looking for Anime where You can watch Great Tournaments!! check the article below you will find a total of 10 anime about that.
I want to mention that there are many other great anime with amazing tournaments and its not only about those 10 series.

NOTE : you can recommend any anime in the comment section below...





[10] GOD OF HIGHSCHOOL : 




EPISODES : 13
DURATION : 23

God of High School is undoubtedly the new kid on the block with a really interesting origin story. Contrary to what you may have heard, this anime is based on a south Korean Manhwa, which is essentially a manga with color. While it does adhere to standard anime and manga conventions, it also successfully captures the distinct korean flavor.
High school students from all around Korea compete in the god of high school, an all-styles martial arts competition. Many adolescent fighters compete, but there can only be one winner. The winning prize is your choice of anything you might want.
The series is obviously not just a single tournament with back-to-back bouts as there is much more going on in this universe. The tale follows our protagonist Jin Mori who competes to become the best while the other two main characters Daewi Han and Yu Mi-ra have more compelling motivations to win.

[9] FATE ZERO : 




EPISODES : 13
DURATION : 25

If you stop to think about it, every single fate is really simply a tournament arc. You may be aware that seven teams compete for a cup as the prize, and every 60 years or so, there is a holy grail war between seven masters in which the victor usually dies. The masters are chosen individuals who have the power to call upon a servant to serve them.
We have King Arthur, who is now a girl because it's anime, and the freaking Alexander the Great competing in each of the seven pairs of master and servant contests for the holy grail. A servant is a heroic spirit from the past, and these strong men are the real deal as they are the stuff of fairy tales and legends brought to life.

[8] FAIRY TALE : 




EPISODES : 175
DURATION : 24

Until the end of the anime about wizards and guilds, one of the most well-known animes is back for another season.
The major strength of fairy tale is that you get to experience the stories of an entire guild, which goes through difficult times together. The anime's humor is very noticeable, and it also features a vast range of colorful side characters that get a significant amount of screen time.
Grand Magic Games was the name of the tournament arcs where the entire guild fought to reclaim its former glory; while the anime didn't do anything groundbreaking in terms of story, the games were full of epic moments. The show is not centered on the protagonist except for the climactic fights at the end of arcs.

[7] BAKI THE GRAPPLER : 




EPISODES : 24
DURATION : 24

In the anime Baki, there is one manly character that embodies testosterone; he is brave and uses force to solve any issue. Every important character in Baki is exactly like this; it's as if someone gathered the strongest, baddest people from across all of anime and put them in one show.
The show focuses on martial arts and combat, and both the villains and the heroes are strong muscle heads with six packs on each of their six abs. It seems as though these guys are built entirely of protein.
Observing their character creation You don't need to know the entire backstory to enjoy this anime; you can just go ahead and start with the Netflix season if you want. It's just simple straightforward testosterone-filled male antics. The new Netflix baki anime adaption continues the tale from the 2001 series.

[6] MEGALO BOX : 




EPISODES : 13
DURATION : 24

The futuristic scenario of Megalo Box depicts a society in which people are mostly separated into two groups: licensed citizens who enjoy comfortable lives in the city, and unlicensed residents who are impoverished and compelled to dwell in slums on the outskirts of the metropolis.
Megalo boxing, which is a well-liked sport in this universe, is boxing on metallic steroids, with competitors using exoskeletons of some form to substantially increase their attacking capability.
Our main character is a young man who competes in fixed-result fights in illegal underground rings. Something happens that makes him realize that he wants to be among the best, and in order to achieve that goal, he decides to forgo the smaller matches in order to compete in the megalonia tournament, the sport's most important competition.

[5] YU YU HAKUSHO : 




EPISODES : 112
DURATION : 24

The writing is excellent, without a doubt, but what really sets the show apart is the depth, as you can kind of feel what the characters are feeling because the psyche is shown through small details. Despite being a timeless classic and one of anime's all-time greats, not many newer, less experienced anime fans are familiar with it.
The story of the mischievous 14-year-old Yusuke Urameshi. He will, however, run over after saving the life of a young youngster. He succumbs to death.
But Enma Jr., the son of the Judge of the Underworld, finds himself in trouble because of his untimely passing. He then chooses to subject him to a test in order to assess his character. If he succeeds in this test, he will be able to revive and work as a spirit world investigator to battle all the demons that have been discovered on Earth and are attempting to cause havoc there with the help of his spirit guide Botan.

[4] MY HERO ACADEMIA : 




EPISODES : 13
DURATION : 24

My hero academia, the UA Sports Festival Arc is one of the best tournament arcs ever put into action. I mean, the anime definitely managed to hit all the necessary notes correctly in order to make a solid tournament arc.
The character growth of Todoroki was a fantastic final touch, and there will be many more fantastic tournament arcs in my hero academia. Side characters were given enough time to flourish.

[3] NARUTO : 




EPISODES : 220
DURATION : 23

Numerous admirers of Naruto The chunin exam arc is still regarded as the best in the entire series of Naruto, and there are still many fans of the show who discovered it by chance after catching a glimpse of the rock Lee vs. Gara fight. That fight is regarded as one of the best in all of anime, not just naruto, and do you remember the scene where Rock Lee drops those weights off his legs? It's just too epic.
It was lovely to see everyone so absorbed in a conflict between two recently introduced characters.

[2] HUNTER X HUNTER : 




EPISODES : 148
DURATION : 23

There are more tournament arcs in the series and this show is the most unique out of all the huge battles shown in animes out there, as the main character gon has around 50 win rate in fights, which is totally unheard of in the battle shonen territory. Just watch it if you have it and you will be glued for sure. Hunter x Hunter is above Naruto because the hunter exams arc was inspired by naruto exams.

[1] DRAGON BALL Z/SUPER/GT : 




EPISODES DBZ : 291
DURATION : 24

If you count the Z, GT, and super tournament arcs, the Dragon Ball franchise has a lot of them. the 23rd world martial arts championship in the original Dragon Ball, where Goku becomes tall. Dragon Ball is the best anime to watch for tournament arcs, such as the cell tournament or the tournament of power in Dragon Ball Super. That one was the most exciting.


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