Beyblade (TV)

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Trivia:

In the Japanese language, Giancarlo (Enrique) is played by a male voice actor, Daisuke Sakaguchi, but in the English dub, Giancarlo is played by a female voice actor, Julie Zwillich. 

The game of Beyblade is based off of koma, (spinning top) which was first introduced to Japan in the 8th century from the Korean kingdom of Koguryo. At that time, only nobles were allowed to use koma. Koma had become popular with everyone by the 17th century. The object of koma is to see whose koma can stay up the longest. 

A.J. Topper and Brad Best did not exist in the Japanese language. They're voices were added in by the dub studio, Nelvana, to be commentators for the tournaments. This explain why Brad Best and A.J. Topper never made appearrances, they don't exist. The same thing with Dizzi's voice. Kyoju's laptop, Dizzi, did not talk in the original Japanese language, but Nelvana added a voice for comic relief. 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 1: Dragoon Grip Attacker 

In the manga, Takao and Kyoju had already known eachother when the manga began. However, in the anime, Takao and Kyoju first meet in episode 1. 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 2: Dranzer Spiral 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 3: Draciel 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 4: Jumping Base (Hopper) 

In episode 4, there is a boy who looks alot like Hao of Shaman King, competing in the tournament. 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 5: Driger Slash 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 6: Dragoon Storm 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 8: Galman 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 13: Galeon Attacker and Galzzy 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 14: Draciel Shield 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 19: Trygator 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 21: Driger Fang 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 21:Makendo 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 23: Dragoon Fantom (Phantom) 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 24: Trygle 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 27: Trypio 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 30: Griffolyon 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 33: Dranzer Flame 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 37: Salamalyon 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 42: Black Dranzer, Wolborg, and Wyborg 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 45: Draciel Fortress 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 48: Seaborg 

Real Beyblade Top Debuts in Episode 50: Wolborg 2 

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