One Punch Man is one of the best shonen anime and manga series, combining action and humour in a unique way.It has attracted admirers from all around the world as a great humour animation series.Fans frequently debate which battles in the series are the finest.While reaching an agreement is tough for everyone, a couple of the battles are so well-executed that they are difficult to overlook.
Let’s take a look at some of the best fights from the manga and anime versions of One Punch Man.
Top 10 Greatest fights of One Punch Man
1) Boros vs. Saitama
One of the most popular battles in the One Punch Man series is Boros vs. Saitama.The fight was between one of the series’ most powerful villains and a man capable of knocking out most adversaries with a single punch.The animation was excellent, and the action scenes were visually stunning.Boros even sent Saitama to the moon, but he was defeated by him after being pummeling.
2) Silver Fang vs. Garou
3) Flashy Flash vs. Hellfire Flame and Tempest Wind
Flashy Flash vs Hellfire Flame & Gale Wind (Monsterized) Continues
Epic conclusion with highly detailed art to keep the fight’s choreographic on point
Flashy Flash’s line “Your Training Is Lacking” 🔥
Excellent extension to CH 95 & the fight
— BrotherE (@TheBrotherE) September 25, 2018
Sonic, Hellfire Flame, and Tempest Wind all loathed Flashy Flash because he was one of the quickest characters in the One Punch Man series.After they went through the monsterization process, Hellfire Flame and his companion were able to catch Flashy Flash off guard.The evident gap in level between monsters and some of the hardest S class heroes was one of the reasons why fans enjoyed this encounter.Only because Flashy Flash wanted to murder them both in one slash did he prolong the struggle.The way this conflict was depicted created extremely engaging images.
4) Saitama vs. Genos
5) Garou vs. Darkshine
𝐎𝐧𝐞𝐏𝐮𝐧𝐜𝐡 𝐌𝐚𝐧 𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐩𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝟏𝟐𝟗
Darkshine vs Garou round 2 & Darkshine's childhood flashback comparison between manga & webcomic. pic.twitter.com/nxGZWWzc8i
— TGSmurf (@TheGoldenSmurf) March 23, 2020
Top 10 Epic fights of One Punch Man
6) Garou vs. A class heroes
This bout was included in One Punch Man’s second season, and fans were ecstatic.It demonstrated Garou’s willingness to go to great lengths to survive and defeat the heroes he despises.He won this fight because of his martial arts talents and combat knowledge.Garou did not escape unhurt, but in his human form, he proved to be a formidable opponent for these A-class heroes.This duel was made much better by the top-notch animation.
7) Saitama vs. Orochi
Saitama vs Orochi
The long awaited battle
We already know how it's going to end .
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— Taher (@_TaherJalal) May 1, 2019
Another bout in the series that had a long build-up was Saitama vs. Orochi.Orochi was the Monsters Association’s leader, and Saitama’s interactions with him were rather amusing.Orochi was able to hit Saitama with a few attacks, but he remained unaffected.With his Serious Series: Serious Squirt Gun technique, he was able to counter Orochi’s Gaia Cannon.He finished things off by leaping towards Orochi and punching him in the face.
8) Fused Psykos vs. Tatsumaki
One Punch Man manga ch. 133 is out!
the main focus of this chapter is battle between Psykos×Orochi vs Tatsumaki. this chapter was a banger! good fight, amazing panelling, and the size of the environment is extremely huge! pic.twitter.com/fUKYheOM5O
— Hikari 🌟 (@koganenohikari) July 31, 2020
9) Garou vs. Orochi
10) Genos vs. Sonic
Genos vs. Sonic was a lot of fun to watch because it mixed humour and action.Sonic was obsessed with killing Saitama and was continuously pestering him to fight him.Genos, on the other hand, did not want his master to exert himself and chose to handle the situation himself.Sonic was able to outrun Genos in terms of speed, and Saitama’s bout with Fubuki was cut short.Sonic was so quick that he created four afterimages and managed to corner Genos.Just in time, Saitama appeared and used his Killer Move: Serious Sideways Jumps, which caused a shockwave and pushed Sonic off balance.