One Piece is one of the greatest animes of all time, and Zoro is a character who values his victories in battle, today we are going to show the first 10 victories he won in history.
One Piece – Zoro’s first 10 victories in chronological order
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Zoro and Luffy defeat Helmeppo and Ax Hand Morgan and Zoro becomes a member of the Straw Hat Pirates
Ax Hand Morgan is a One Piece character who looks more powerful than him and, considering the spanking he received from Luffy and Zoro. This fight shows why One Piece continues to surprise fans even at the beginning of the series. Although Zoro is caught in a difficult situation, Luffy introduces himself while Koby untied Zoro. Zoro not only managed to take down Ax Hand Morgan with his iconic swordsman skills, but he also helped Luffy takedown Helmeppo in the process. Zoro also ended up claiming his place as the number one swordsman of the Straw Hat Pirates.
Zoro defeats Cabaji despite suffering a horrible injury caused by Buggy
Although he had the advantage because of the injuries that Zoro suffered from Cabaji’s captain, Buggy, the Star Clown, Zoro managed to endure his pain and give Cabaji the blow of his life that guaranteed his victory over him.
Zoro vs. Sham & Buchi shows early on that Zoro can defeat multiple enemies
Despite suffering some blows without his swords to support him, Nami managed to kick them to Zoro’s side, which helped him to deliver a quick and strong blow to these deadly pirates.
Zoro kills Hatchan in his fight, although Hatchan has more swords than Zoro
Hatchan’s fight with Zoro not only pitted him against someone who uses more swords than he did. He also put Zoro’s fencing to the test after the defeat he received from Dracula Mihawk. Despite Hatchan’s excellent fencing and strength, Zoro managed to deliver an incredible blow to him and left the fight as the winner.
Zoro easily defeats Tashigi but does not decide to end it in his fight
Although Tashigi made a great effort in his short fight against Zoro during the Loguetown arc, Zoro managed to hit her in the corner and knock down one of his swords.
Zoro’s fight with Mr. 8 and 9 and Miss Wednesday shows how deadly Zoro can be even when the odds are against him
Despite having Mr. 8 and 9 as a reserve to take down swordsmen, his combined strength proved useless against the excellent swordsmanship skills that Zoro possessed.
Zoro’s fight with Miss Monday
Although Zoro had many enemies to take down before he could get to Miss Monday, he had no problem, although Miss Monday punches Zoro who makes the roof of a building crack under them. Despite his incredible strength, Zoro managed to grab Miss Monday’s face with immense power and defeat her.
Zoro defeats Mr. 5 in an epic way
Nami and Vivi help Usopp to defeat Miss Valentine while Zoro gives Mr. 5 one of his best sword moves. Essentially, Zoro attacks Mr. 5 as he heads for a pit of flame and delivers a devastating blow that manages to eliminate him forever.
Zoro finally manages to cut the steel after defeating Daz Bonez
Although Daz Bonez was one of the first villains in One Piece, he gave Zoro a fighting and mental challenge. The reasons were that Daz Bonez could turn his body into steel, something that Zoro felt he could cut at the time. The fight was brutal in an emotional and bloody stance and left Zoro with many injuries. Despite feeling he couldn’t cut through Daz Bonez’s incredible defenses, Zoro has the strength to take down the steel defense evildoer.
Zoro defeats Braham in style with his attack
Despite having intriguing sniper skills and catching Zoro off guard a few times during the fight, Zoro finally found the opening he needed to hit Braham. Fans were not only thrilled to see Zoro use his 36-pound cannon attack but would also appreciate this victory after the future defeat he will suffer in this bow.
One Piece tells the story of Monkey D. Luffy, a young man with rubber powers whose dream is to become the Pirate King, and their crew, the Straw Hat Pirates.
Altogether, the anime has more than 900 chapters divided into several sagas , and is still shown in Japan, being one of the most popular series of all time.
Currently, the anime is developing the arc of Wano, a country inspired by Feudal Japan and dominated by Yonkou Kaidou of the Hundred Beasts.
The story of Luffy and his friends can be followed in full on Crunchyroll, in Japanese with Portuguese subtitles.