Dragon Ball fans have been treated to all sorts of transformations over the course of the series, and the series just had its most hilarious transformation during the Tournament of Power.
Both Universe 2 and Universe 6 were at the edge of being outright eliminated from the Tournament of Power, sp the final fighters of both universes desperately fought to stay. The remaining fighters of Universe 2 then take this desperation and turn it into a lovely a transformation, one that was hilariously a little too close to the Kamikaze Fireballs.
Universe 2's remaining three fighters, Zirloin, Ranbara, and Zarbuto were left to fend off Goku, Android 17, and 18 after Ribrianne and Rozie's elimination from the tournament. After revealing they had been broadcasting the Tournament of Power out to every person in their universe, the Universe 2 trio is filled with a "heavy" power of love and transform with the exact same sequence as the Kamikaze Fireballs.
Wearing the same outfits, reciting the same ridiculous lines, the three were definitely out of place as the Kamikaze Fireballs. But this definitely led to an increase in their power, and even swayed Android 17, 18, and Goku into the festivities.
Grandly declaring they were the ones who defeated the rest of Universe 2, Android 17 and 18 fully challenge the "new" Kamikaze Fireballs. But Zirloin and co. manage to take Goku and co. by surprise by unveiling a technique even Ribrianne couldn't master.
Summoning all of their power, Universe 2 unleashes the "Pretty Black Hole." Resembling something out of the Kingdom Hearts video game series, the giant black heart put Goku, 17, and 18 under an incredible amount of gravity.
Goku mentions that it's heavier that Bulma's machine, and even goes as far to say that while he recognizes their "power of love" his true strength comes from guts. He eventually breaks out of the Pretty Black Hole, hits Zirloin and co. with an impressive Kamehameha and eliminates Universe 2 from the tournament.
Universe 2 may be eliminated from the Tournament of Power, but they have left a huge impression on the "Universal Survival" arc and fans of the series with hilarious exchanges like this.
Dragon Ball Super's “Universal Survival” arc is part of the recent simulcast agreement that sites like Crunchyroll and Funimation have scored. Dragon Ball Super airs on Crunchyroll Saturday evenings at 7:15 p.m. CST. Adult Swim airs the English dub during its Toonami block Saturday evenings at 9:30 p.m, and it will soon be available to stream on FunimationNOW.
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