Tokyo Revengers: Hakkai and Mitsuya vs the Haitani Brothers Fight Ends

Toky Revengers manga fans seem to be very pleased with the current situation in the recently released manga chapter. While Toman is being outnumbered by the Kanto Manji Gang, they are still on their ground in Tokyo Revengers Chapter 249 to demonstrate their fighting skills.

Manga author Ken Wakui was also doing his part to intensify the heat before we see Mikey in action. In Chapter 249, the manga featured how Hakkai and Mitsuya defeated the Haitani brothers.

The Haitani brothers are known for their formidable fighting skills when they are together. Hakkai came up with a plan on how to defeat these two officials of the Kanto Manji Gang.

Hakkai still doesn’t have any idea if his plan will work. He immediately rushed towards Rindo and forced him to get separated from Ran. Mitsuya found his plan crazy but decided to ride along. Mitsuya also rushed towards Ran to attack.

Both of the two members of the Toman 2nd generation were able to bring down the Haitani brothers. While the enemy tries to counter Hakkai and Mitsuya, they won’t be able to stand on their own in a 1-on-1 fight.

Mitsuya even asked Ran Haitani if he still wanted to continue the fight, but Ran responded that he could no longer continue. Before leaving Ran, Mitsuya commends Ran for the good fight.

More About Tokyo Revengers

Tokyo Revengers follows the story of Takemichi Hanagaki who traveled to the past to save Hinata Tachibana, her high school ex-girlfriend. With the help of Naoto Tachibana, Takemichi’s mission was to stop Tokyo Manji Gang from murdering Hinata. Takemichi time-leaped back to 12 years and found himself as a student. His mission was to take over Tokyo Manji Gang and save all of his loved ones.

Tokyo Revengers is a manga series written by Ken Wakui. The manga already produced 22 volumes since its publication in March 2017 under Kodansha. In April 2021, an anime adaptation of Tokyo Revengers was released. The anime adaptation was produced by LIDENFILMS, along with Kodansha, Pony Canyon, and Ultra Super Pictures as producers.

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