10 Anime Characters Who Can Beat Ochaco Uraraka –


If you are a fan of My Hero Academia and have been looking for your next anime to watch, here is our list of 10 characters who can beat Ochaco Uraraka. These anime characters will surely make any competitive gamer swoon with their skills on the battlefield.

The “is uraraka a good character” is a question that has been asked before. 10 anime characters who can beat Ochaco Uraraka are listed below.

We all knew Uraraka was going to lose to Bakugo in the tournament arc when she confronted her.

Her performance, though, was rather amazing. Even Mister Super Death Explosion paid attention to her!

As a result, we’re thinking about other conflicts that are comparable to this one. Who in all of anime could possibly defeat Uraraka in a one-on-one match?

And, in order to keep things interesting, I’ll strive to keep the bouts tight. After all, we want to have some fun!

 

Zenitsu Agatsuma is number ten.

Zenitsu Agatsuma from Demon Slayer

Demon Slayer is a Japanese anime series.

If you’ve watched Demon Slayer, you know Zenitsu isn’t going to win this fight until he’s knocked out.

Zenitsu would sooner stab himself in the foot than fight Uraraka since she is the cutest girl alive.

It’s a whole different scenario if we throw some headcanon into the mix and have Zenitsu fall asleep.

This is mostly due to Uraraka’s inability to keep up with Thunderclap. Sure, she has good reflexes and can respond to Bakugo, but Samurai Pikachu moves at a far faster pace.

She wouldn’t be able to protect herself even if she saw the slash coming since making Zenitsu float wouldn’t stop the strike’s speed.

She may attempt to flee, but Zenitsu has been known to jump ten feet into the air to finish off an opponent. So I don’t think that would help her.

 

Sudou Kaname (number 9)

Sudou Kaname from Darwin’s Game

Darwin’s Game (Anime)

Do you recall how, when Mustard took out a revolver, you had to wonder why every criminal didn’t follow in his footsteps? Kaname has an answer for us: 99 percent of heroes would perish within the first week.

Uraraka, sadly, is one of them.

She has no chance in hell of having the reflexes required to avoid the gunfire. Her martial arts skills would be useless as well.

Because it’s impossible to disarm someone who can merely make more weapons! You can’t simply sit there and hope he runs out of ammo.

Even if Uraraka succeeds to make him float in the best-case situation, Kaname has choices. A freshly produced weapon should be immune to the effect, allowing him to float to the earth.

He can also make a whip and tie it to a nearby tree. All the meantime, Uraraka is being shot down from the skies or even having explosives thrown at him.

 

Osamu Dazai is number eight on the list.

Osamu Dazai from Bungo Stray Dogs

Bungo Stray Dogs is a Japanese anime series.

People seldom know how to fight without their Quirk, which is why Aizawa is one of the most formidable characters in the series.

Even if Uraraka is one of the rare exceptions to this rule, she’d still take a beating.

When it comes to battling Dazai, everything is stacked against her. He has much more experience, is physically stronger and quicker, and has no fear of death. This implies Uraraka would never catch him cheating.

Dazai’s prior partner had Uraraka’s Quirk on steroids, so he’ll be able to mess around with her combat style. He may even let her use her Quirk so he can screw about with her for a while before knocking her unconscious.

In all likelihood, the battle would be funny, but I don’t envisage a scenario in which Dazai would not emerge victorious.

 

Hisoka Morow is number seven.

Hisoka Morow from Hunter x Hunter (2011)

Hunter x Hunter is a Japanese anime series (2011)

Hunter x Hunter aficionados are well aware that a material with both rubber and gum characteristics is nearly unstoppable.

In Uraraka’s instance, it also precisely balances her Quirk.

Hisoka may simply glue his feet to the ground, preventing Uraraka from making him float. If he is hit, he may grasp onto anything nearby (or even create a trampoline between some tree branches and bounce off it).

The second situation would provide him more overall mobility, therefore it’s the lesser of two evils.

This isn’t even taking into account how he can get Uraraka herself into a pickle.

Hisoka may use them to construct a descending web of Bungee Gum or drag Uraraka closer so that she is trapped in her own assault if she uses the “rock rain” technique.

Hisoka is obviously more stronger and quicker, but I wanted to keep to their abilities since being knocked out by a single punch is a terrible way to fight.

 

Chelsea is number six.

Chelsea from Akame ga Kill!

Akame ga Kill! is a Japanese anime.

Uraraka had previously fought Himiko, therefore it seemed appropriate for her to confront someone similar.

And, despite the fact that Chelsea is weaker in general than Himiko, I believe she has a far better chance of defeating Uraraka.

The main distinction between the two shapeshifters is their personalities. Chelsea would have gone for her neck right away while Himiko chatted about her dreams and concentrated on acquiring Uraraka’s blood.

Chelsea is also a lot more cunning.

She’s not just sensitive to the people around her, but she’s also swift enough to outsmart skilled assassins. And, on top of that, her strength is both faster and more adaptable (as she can even transform into animals).

So, in terms of her battle with Uraraka, one of two things may happen:

  • Chelsea has some free time and assassinates Uraraka before she understands what’s happening.
  • Alternatively, they may have an actual brawl.

Even in that second scenario, I believe Chelsea could win by just dropping a smoke bomb and then stabbing Uraraka in the back.

Who knew being PG wasn’t a superpower?

 

Momo Nishimiya, No. 5

Momo Nishimiya from Jujutsu Kaisen

Jujutsu Kaisen is a Japanese anime series.

If the Bakugou battle taught us anything, it’s that Uraraka is powerless against ranged attacks.

That point is much more important with Momo.

Momo can make sure Uraraka never comes near to her, so I suggest that.

She can repeatedly blow Uraraka away with her wind blasts, keeping her at a safe distance. She can also fly about at tremendous rates without ever having to stop.

Bakugou can, in fact, fly. But with his blasts, he’s a little more predictable, but with Momo, there’s no way of knowing where he’ll go next.

All of this culminates in a battle in which Momo maintains a significant distance from Uraraka and defeats him from afar. Because she never has to remain in one spot, a “rock rain” tactic is doomed to fail, and Uraraka lacks long-range strikes, that would be the end of it.

The battle would at the very least be entertaining to witness since both participants are very lovely.

 

Rudeus Greyrat is the fourth member of the Greyrat family.

Rudeus Greyrat from Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation

Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation (anime)

Uraraka depends largely on the element of surprise in general. If her adversary is unaware of her capabilities, she may close up on them and cause them to float away before they realize their error.

When the element of surprise is removed, she becomes a lot easier to cope with.

This is why Rudeus, with his demon eye, could beat Uraraka in 10 seconds flat. That is, until he develops feelings for her.

He, like Uraraka, does not depend only on his abilities and has mastered the art of physical warfare.

But, unlike Uraraka, he’s a complete beast who can spar with some of his universe’s strongest fighters.

And that’s not even taking into account his enormous assortment of spells, which he might employ to slow Uraraka down or perhaps take her out from a safe distance.

To even stand in the ring for more than 10 seconds, I believe Uraraka would have to go Plus Ultra.

 

3. Rem

Rem from Re: Zero

Re: Zero is a Japanese anime series.

This is another one of those conflicts where I can’t help but think of how lovely it would be. At least until they go out of the PG-13 zone and start spilling blood.

It’s also a battle in which Uraraka seems to have some counterplay possibilities. Most importantly, if she gets to touch Rem’s flail, she can entirely disarm her. And, if she’s fortunate, she may be able to halt Rem’s demon form by hitting her horn.

However, she’d have to be a lottery winner to carry off such achievements. Rem is lightning fast and, like many of the other characters on this list, can simply hold Uraraka at bay with her flail.

It’s also worth noting that if you approach too near to Rem, he may punch right through your head. As a result, even the best-case scenario has some significant dangers.

And, since she’s much more lenient with murdering than Uraraka, all it would take is one blunder.

Overall, Uraraka has a very little chance of winning if we boost her speed and give her knowledge of Rem. If she doesn’t, she’ll lose right away.

 

Morgiana is number two.

Morgiana from Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic

Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic (anime)

This is how the war would go if we made Uraraka the luckiest person alive.

Morgiana begins by closing the distance and assaulting Uraraka with her great power. Uraraka manages to raise all of the debris and build a trap as a result of her kicks (while somehow miraculously dodging a million kicks).

She then waits for the right time to use her Quirk, only to discover that Morgiana can execute a backflip, shatter the rock that was about to fall on her, and continue fighting as if nothing happened.

Uraraka then performs a second miracle, rendering Morgiana weightless in the hopes of dropping her from a great enough height to put an end to her life. Morgiana then begins to use her chains and flies straight towards Uraraka, thereby finishing the battle.

Even in the best-case scenario, I don’t think Uraraka will make it out alive.

 

Izaya Orihara (Izaya Orihara) (Izaya Ori

Izaya Orihara from Durarara!!

Durarara!! is an anime series.

Izaya has no special abilities.

Nonetheless, I believe this bout will be the most exciting of them all.

Izaya would just set up a trap and murder Uraraka quietly if we kept the fighters in character. But, because that would be boring, let’s make it a chance meet.

The thing about Izaya is that he is lightning fast. Even with just a switchblade, he presented a danger to Deku’s level of warriors. He’s constantly on his toes, slashing you and slowly bleeding you out.

Plus, his long-running feud with Shizuo would help him in this bout.

After all, he had spent years escaping falling vending machines and fighting in a manner in which being grabbed by an opponent meant certain death.

All of these factors, along with Uraraka’s killer attitude and astonishing endurance (he was struck by a metal beam in mid-air and survived), would be too much for him to handle. Uraraka would ultimately lose steam or bleed out, but the struggle would not be ended quickly.

But, like Bakugou, I’m certain that Izaya would see Uraraka as a formidable fighter.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Uraraka rival?

A: In the anime series My Hero Academia, Izuku Midoriya is a boy who wants to be a hero. He meets and falls in love with Uraraka Ochaco – shes super strong, really smart and beautiful too. They end up competing for her attention but eventually become friends as they realize that it doesnt matter if youre better or worse than someone else because at the end of the day what matters is getting along with one another.

Is Uraraka a support hero?

A: No, Uraraka is not a support hero.

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