Everyone forgot about this because of EPISODE N?
Kenyan certainly has been using Dageki a good bit, still not as terrible as Bel and Shooti's overuse of their starters. At least Kenyan doesn't rely solely on Dageki, Satoshi probably thought of Hahakomori, a Pokemon I don't think Kenyan has ever seen before as a direct counter to Dageki. In Fight simply is being dodged by the more skinny and agile Hahakomori, not to mention I really love the dodging and how badass he looks. Hahakomori actually went up times 10 points in cool-ness because of this solely. I'm really excited for the battle and it's really gonna be a close-range battle, muscles versus nimbleness, I can't wait.
Also, omg he's dodging with his eyes closed and all smug-like XD We're seeing some nice personality from back when he was a Kurimiru, back when I really really liked him, I wonder if Swarm will activate since he seems to be learning Scissors-Cross? Also, I gotta say, this battle looks much better than anything we've seen from Tsutarja tbh. Although I like her this is just a shining example of how the reserves have their moments that go further than the "main" Pokemon and manage to really be better. I mean when has Tsutarja ever had a super impressive battle like this? Reserve or not this just shows that quality is better than quantity.
Oh and Eevee defeats a Crimgan, pretty impressive given how strong Dragons are, then again Crimgan isn't nearly as made out to be strong as something like Kairyu or Ononokusu. I'm still surprised at how much I prefer the other rivals to Shooti and Bel given they're the main rivals, weird. This makes me wanna go train a Hahakomori in-game.
Like Hikari's Ice Chandelier episodeunless it's written to be entertaining, is boring as crap and it's something that from the episode stated canon should be assumed to be done off-screen.