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Synonyms: Rock 'n' Roll Ricky
Japanese: RRR ロックンロールリッキー


Type: Manga
Volumes: 10
Chapters: 106
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 29, 2007 to Aug 24, 2009
Genres: ComedyComedy, DramaDrama, SportsSports, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Watanabe, Jun (Story & Art)


Score: 7.841 (scored by 27282,728 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #10352
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #2400
Members: 5,745
Favorites: 64
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Rikitaro is a musician whose dream is to become a rock star just like Jimi Hendrix or Jim Morrison, but at the age of 27 that dream is fading away rapidly. Ooishi is a 3 time world boxing champion who recently retired and is now in the entertainment world, shooting a boxing reality show. These two unlikeliest of people cross paths one day but both of them think nothing of it until weeks later. Rikitaro is given one last shot by a record label to sign a deal but before that, they need him to get into better shape so that he is easier to sell. He stumbles upon a boxing gym which also happens to be the same gym Ooishi is filming his show. As fate’s wheels start to turn, neither man realizes that they will work together to train the best boxer ever, even better than Ooishi himself.

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Apr 7, 2015
Vladimir_Rootin (All reviews)
A manga that captivated me enough to read 70 chapters in an afternoon.

RRR is a seinen, shounen-like, drama boxing manga. Rikitarou is RRR's protagonist--a 27 year old aspiring rockstar. After a tragedy happens relating to his sister, Riki takes on the responsibility of raising his sister's son.

Before Riki choose to take in his nephew, his life was a constant endeavor to get a record deal. The synopsis on this MAL page isn't accurate, because Riki wasn't a "...failed musician". He eventually gets a record deal, but on one exception; get in shape. read more
Oct 13, 2020
nolar2018 (All reviews)
While this is a manga thats undoutbably mediocre at everything it does, i cant help but feel satisfied with it. The characterization outside of the main character and 1.5 other characters is terrible, there are only 5 notable fighters in this series that centers around boxing, the fights themselves are nothing special, there are many boring plotlines, and the art is 'fine'. But there is just such a soul to this manga. Its not a boxing manga in the traditional sense but moreso a story about a man who happens to box, just as a means to an end, and theres something heartwarming in that. read more
Jun 11, 2017
MDLegs (All reviews)
First of all, since this is my review it's probably not going to be very deep or anything so don't expect a Roger Ebert level review incoming. This is just some losers thoughts about a manga that he read.
Secondly I'd like to mention that the only reason I started reading this was because there weren't any new Hajime no Ippo chapters at the moment and I thought this would be good filler for the mean time. I tried to judge it as fairly as I could while reading but HNI sets a pretty high standard for boxing manga.

STORY: 6/10
The biggest problem with the manga is read more

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