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Dunno, I always was under the impression hayato was a decent bit stronger than the rest of the masters. The guy is the invincible superhuman for a reason lol. Now, it is true it has never been quite established just how much stronger he is than everyone else. Its not like there are not masters who seem exceptionally superior to others. Kushinada was able to fight off 3 ryozampaku guys at the same time through speed alone which is a colossal feat. We have yet to see the end of the fight between junazad and akira too, as far as we know junazad might actually be enjoying himself while getting ready to finish of akira which is a conceivable scenario which would allow for sakaki to have a go at him.
@kkck You mean 2 Ryozanpaku masters Sakaki and Shigure, she fought Ma alone on the boat lol
Last edited by Franckie; March 29, 2012 at 06:13 PM.
@Franckie no that first fight was not a stand still Akisame kept the pressure on Alexander the entire time by countering his attacks and being the aggressor; he barely broke a sweat during their first encounter and he decisively not "barely" won the second fight. Akisame emerged victorious with only mere cuts and bruises and he never even came close to actually being killed even during Alexander's last attack...cmon man it was an easy victory lol
I am not sure it is accurate to say hayato had trouble with apachai. The two did brawl for a bit however hayato never particularly appeared to have been exerting himself for the most part. Its not like it could be argued apachai held back either considering that his innability to hold back has been a plot point in the manga. it really did not seem like hayato went all out. More so, such a consideration would suggest kushinada would be a decent bit stronger than him considering that she held her ground against 2 super master classes while hayato was troubled by 1.