The upcoming episodes of Dragon Ball Super are expected to show how can the Z-fighters will defeat the nemeses in the future – Goku Black and Zamasu. Son Goku is set to return to the present timeline to see Master Roshi.
As shown in the preview, Dragon Ball Super episode 61 will feature a battle between Goku Black and Zamasu versus Son Goku, Vegeta, and Trunks. With their current state, it remains questionable on how they can defeat the nemeses.
In episode 60, Vegeta immediately attacked Black to seek an early revenge from the last time they fought each other. However, Super Saiyan Rose is very powerful and even Super Saiyan Blue can’t keep up with its power.
According to Gojiitaaf, the upcoming episode of Dragon Ball Super will also feature Son Goku goes to Master Roshi to learn Mafuba – a technique to seal evil characters. Master Roshi used it against Piccolo in the past and there is a possibility that it will also be effective against Black and Zamasu.
Zamasu has been already an immortal while Black continues to get stronger as he fights. Also, the combined battle skills and power of the two nemeses made it harder for the Z-fighters to obtain victory. Trunks have a strong faith with Son Goku, but as stated in Gojitaaf’s post, they might encounter a problem learning the Mafuba.
Dragon Ball Super Episode 62 entitled “I Will Protect the Future! Trunks’ Super Power of Anger” will be released on October 16, 2016. According to the summary, Trunks decided to send Son Goku, Vegeta, and Bulma back in the past and face Black on his own.
As the summary says, it seems like the second bout between the Z-fighters and the nemeses in the future is bound to have the same conclusion. Trunks might have realized that there is no way that they can beat an immortal and a more powerful version of Son Goku.
However, it is still exciting to see if Trunks’ anger could give him enough power to defeat the enemy. Also, Dragon Ball Super episode 61 will reveal whether Mafuba will be effective against the enemies or not and will air on Sunday, October 09, 2016, on Fuji TV.
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