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Dragon Ball Super Episode 63 Preview, Spoilers: Mafuba not effective against Zamasu and Black; Son Goku and Vegeta fusion as trump card?

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Dragon Ball Super Episode 63 entitled “Don’t Defile the Saiyan Cells! The Curtains Rises on Vegeta’s Intense Battle!” will be featuring Trunks fighting Zamasu and Black all by himself after Son Goku and Vegeta returned to the present timeline to find a way to defeat the nemeses.

The preview for Dragon Ball Super Episode 63 showed Trunks holding Zamasu and Black as much as he can while waiting for the return of Son Goku and Vegeta. Both fighters were forced to return to the present timeline and admitted that they cannot defeat the enemies in a head-on battle.

According to the last episode, Goku will learn Mafuba, an evil containment wave technique, from Master Roshi. This technique was used to defeat King Piccolo and there is a possibility that it could be a way to defeat the enemy. As hinted at the preview, Goku’s target will be Zamasu since his immortal body could not be destroyed no matter what they do.

When Goku went to Master Roshi, Vegeta headed to the Room of Spirit and Time and train to improve his power. Vegeta will be the one facing Black Goku. Fans predicted that Trunks could not hold the enemies for a long time and speculated his death if Goku and Vegeta will not be back soon.

However, it was revealed that Goku and Vegeta will return to the future when Black is about to finish Trunks. Mai could have played a major role in distracting the enemies. After seeing Trunks is in danger, she could have used his gun to get Zamasu and Black’s attention.

According to The Fan Guy, Zamasu will be breaking the jar that Goku will use to seal the enemies. With the help of Trunks’ power, the container will be restored and will enable Goku to proceed with Mafuba. However, spoilers hinted that Mafuba will not be completely successful since Zamasu and Black are set to fuse using the green Potara earrings.

Dragon Ball Super Episode 63 will air on Sunday, October 23, 2016, on Fuji TV.

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