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Kyoya Hibari vs. Mukuro Rokudo: Rematch

HibarivsMukuro

Information
Arc Kokuyo Arc
Location Kokuyo Land
Episodes 24
Chapters 73
Combatants
Kyoya Hibari Mukuro Rokudo
Fight Guide
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Tsunayoshi Sawada vs. Mukuro Rokudo

Kyoya Hibari vs. Mukuro Rokudo: Rematch is the rematch battle fought between Kyoya Hibari and Mukuro Rokudo in Kokuyo Land.

PreludeEdit

Tsuna is enraged at Mukuro's possession of Fuuta and forcing him to attack Bianchi; Tsuna attacks, but is wounded. Gokudera and Hibari then arrive, Hibari tossing Gokudera off and beginning to fight Mukuro

SummaryEdit

Hibari and Mukuro trade several fast blows, Reborn telling Mukuro not to underestimate Tsuna and Hibari, as they were still growing, Mukuro agreeing, stating that the result would be unclear should Hibari been uninjured. However, Mukuro uses the First Realm of his Six Paths of Reincarnation to create sakura trees around Hibari, the latter apparently being unable to move. However, as Hibari staggers towards Mukuro, the former strikes the latter with his tonfas. Gokudera then reveals he got medicine for Hibari's sakura-kura illness, and Hibari strikes Mukuro once more, Mukuro falling down, apparently defeated. Hibari falls down as well, Reborn stating that Hibari was fighting unconsciously near the end.

AftermathEdit

Afterwards, Mukuro shoots himself with the Possession Bullet. Gokudera comments that he killed himself, and Bianchi awakens, asking Gokudera to help her up. However, Bianchi strikes at Gokudera, revealing herself to be possessed by Mukuro. Bianchi then wounds Gokudera, Mukuro possessing the latter as well. Ken and Chikusa then trudge in, revealing themselves to be possessed by Mukuro as well.

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