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Fudou Akio
Fudou Akio
JP name 不動 明王
Dub name Caleb Stonewall
Data
Gender Male Icon
Position MFicon
Number None
Element Fire Icon
Team Resistance Japan (Coach)
Inazuma Battle Eleven
Seiyuu Yuuki Kaji
Debut
Game Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy
Anime Episode 014

Fudou Akio (不動 明王) is the coach for Resistance Japan.

AppearanceEdit

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Fudou's appearance and profile.

Fudou is an adult with dark teal eyes and brown spiky hair; which falls to his left shoulder behind his neck. He has one bang in front of his face, covering part of his left eye. He wears a white jacket with black sleeves; which have white strips going down on it. The collar covers his neck; it's black and has a white strip in the middle of it. The number 210 is on the left side of his jacket. He wears black trousers with a black and grey pattern on it. He wears black shoes.

PlotEdit

Fudou appeared in episode 14. He announced to Resistance Japan that he would be their coach, and that they would have a practice match the next day with Inazuma Japan. He told Resistane Japan to destroy Japan, as it was orders from Japan's coach, Kuroiwa Ryuusei. In a flashback, he was seen talking to Kuroiwa himself. When Kuroiwa said to 'fight Japan', Fudou took that as in to train them by playing them against another team, but Kuroiwa denied that, saying training them would be too lenient. Fudou asked what he meant by destroying them and accidently called him "Kageyama-san", but corrected himself and said Kuroiwa. Kuroiwa then said to "crush them into dust"; even going as far to say he doesn't care if they "break".

Once the match finished, with Resistance Japan defeating Japan with a score of 3-1 and playing against them except the Raimon trio with ease, Fudou said that Japan still aren't strong enough, and that they wouldn't even be able to make a dent in the opponents that are yet to come.

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