A sport full of passion and energy, Kabaddi is a game you just can’t get your eyes off even for a second. Burning Kabaddi, an anime based on the sport, is worth watching if you love Kabbadi or any sports-themed anime.
Kabaddi is generally played in South Asian countries, professionally and otherwise, too, as it originated here. Burning Kabaddi is a must-watch for everyone who loved anime like Haikyuu!! and Free.
Burning Kabaddi released its second original PV on May 3rd on YouTube in commemoration of the TV anime broadcast.
The second PV using the original illustrations has also been released! !!
There are also introductions of rival schools such as Takatani and Sakura, so it’s cool! !!
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This visual is a follow-up to the first PV, which showed us the team of Noukin High from where the protagonist, Tatsuya Yoigoshi, hails.
The PV features the other rival schools of Noukin High, such as Takatani High and Sakura High.
The characters are introduced while “Comin’ Back” by Yuuma Uchida is playing. Uchida is also the voice actor of the protagonist Tatsuya Yoigoshi.
The PV was released to commemorate the TV broadcast of the show and introduce the rival schools of Noukin High.
The anime premiered during spring in April 2021, and five episodes have been released till now. It is based on the manga written by Hajime Musashino of the same name.
Burning Kabaddi revolves around the life of Tatsuya Yoigoshi who is a renowned former football player. He reluctantly joins the Kabaddi club of Noukin High, but as time goes on, he starts to fall in love with the sport.
It is the perfect high school sports anime with the right amounts of humor, action, and thrill. The story is like any other sports anime, yet it’s amazing.
Let’s face it, sports anime are always amazing despite having the same plot, right?
This anime will have you at the edge of your seat and make you emotional at moments and give goosebumps in others.
My opinion is that it’s a must-watch!
About Burning Kabaddi
Burning Kabaddi manga by Hajime Musashino debuted in 2015. It was serialized in the Manga ONE app by Shogakukan.
Tatsuya Yoigoshi, a high school student, is invited to join the Kabaddi club of the school. He usually hates sports and thinks of it as a joke.
However, his views change when he witnesses a Kabaddi match, which is as competitive as a martial arts match.
Source: Comic Natalie