‘Baki’ Season 3

‘Baki’ Season 3

Baki is one of the most famous Japanese anime series. The series is the adaption of the Japanese manga series, Grappler BakiBaki, the animated series formerly premiered on June 25, 2018. Netflix acquired the streaming rights of the show across the world.  The second season premiered exclusively on Netflix on June 4, 2020. 

The series became a hit after the release. It received numerous spin-offs and got loved by fans immensely. Tomy, adopted the storyline of Baki to develop a videogame.  Grappler Baki: Baki Saikyō Retsuden released for PS2 in Japan in 2000. Later, in 2003, the game released in the UK by the name Fighting Fury. Baki fans are waiting for the season 3, but is it coming? Read along.

About Baki:

The anime series revolves around Most Evil Death Row Convicts Saga of the second manga series. Baki is the protagonist of the story. Baki is an emerging boxer, who trains under his father. His dream is to surpass the legacy of his father. For which, he practices profoundly. His father, Yujiro Hanma is one of the most ruthless and powerful fighters in the world. Baki once challenges his father and tastes the defeat. He participates in underground fights and meets many fighters in his journey. Soon, Baki gains popularity.

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Five of the most violent and powerful inmates gather to fight Baki. These inmates are so powerful that no can defeat them. They get bored with their powers and seek Baku to face some real challenge. To help Baki in his quest, some of the underground fighters join him in fighting the inmates.

Baki, Season 3 updates:

A piece of good news for the fans. Season 3 of Baki, is out on Netflix to stream. Fans can log in to the platform and start binging their favorite anime.


  • Masami Kikuchi as Baki Hanma
  • Kenji Nomura as Yujiro Hanma
  • Mugihito as Doppo Orochi
  • Takehiro Murozono as Kyosumi Katou
  • Yosikazu Nagano as Atsushi Suedou 
  • Naomi Kusumi  as Mitsunari Tokugawa
  • Masayuki Omoro as Izo Motobe
  • Kazuhiro Tanaka as Koushou Shinogi
  • Yukie Maeda as Kureha Shinogi 
  •  Hidetoshi Nakamura as Gerry Strydum
  •  Masayuki Nakata as Kaoru Hanayama
  •  Keiji Fujiwara as Katsumi Orochi
  •  Hiroshi Naka as Goki Shibukawa
  • Kōichi Sakaguchi as Jack Hanma
  • Sachiko Kojima as Kozue Matsumoto