Tokyo Revengers Mentioned in a Strong UFC Reference

Tokyo Revengers is getting a lot of attention because UFC star Max Holloway did a cool cosplay.

Tokyo Revengers Mentioned in a Strong UFC Reference

There are many anime series out there, but Tokyo Revengers is something special. Created by Ken Wakui, this thrilling sci-fi show has gathered fans from all over the world. The Tokyo Manji Gang has become incredibly popular, and now, even a UFC star is giving the anime a big shoutout.

Max Holloway, a famous American mixed martial artist who loves anime, recently showed his love for Tokyo Revengers on Instagram. He shared a family photo where they all dressed up like members of the Tokyo Manji Gang.

The Holloway family is dressed in black, wearing the famous Tokyo Manji Gang outfits from Tokyo Revengers. It's clear that Takemichi, the UFC star, helped them get these cool costumes, and they totally rock the look.

But they're not the only ones loving Tokyo Revengers. This manga from Kodansha is super popular, with over 70 million copies out there. And when you add in the awesome anime by Liden Films, it's no wonder why everyone knows about Tokyo Revengers. With this UFC tribute, the Holloway family just made the Tokyo Manji Gang even more badass.

If you haven't kept up with Wakui's popular series, you can watch the anime on Disney+ and Hulu now. If you prefer the manga, you can find Tokyo Revengers on the K Manga app. To learn more about Tokyo Revengers, you can read the official synopsis below:

"Watching the news, Hanagaki Takemichi learns his junior-high girlfriend Tachibana Hinata has died. A sudden shove sends him 12 years into the past to face the Tokyo Manji Gang that once made his life hell, which is also responsible for Hinata's death in the present. To save Hinata and change the future, Takemichi must rise to the top of Kanto's most sinister delinquent gang! But things aren't so simple when he befriends the gang's leader, Mikey. What turned Mikey from a petulant child to the leader of the most infamous gang in Tokyo?"

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