'Dragon Ball Super' Will See Vegeta Save [SPOILER] Soon

Warning! Spoilers for Dragon Ball Supers 112th episode lie below!

Fans are still coming down from the high of Dragon Ball Super’s latest episode, but the anime is not done hyping audiences just yet. Synopses are out for the show’s next few episodes, and it seems episode 112 will see Vegeta come to the aid of someone rather unexpected.

However, fans can pretty much tell Cabba will be grateful for his elder’s save.

Earlier this month, Animage put out its synopsis for Dragon Ball Super’s upcoming episode. You can check out the description of “A Saiyan’s Pledge! Vegeta’s Resolve!!” below:

“The Tournament of Power is nearing its end. Though Cabba is fighting for the sake of Universe 6, he is having a tough battle against the super highspeed tackles of Universe 4's Monna. Just as he thinks he's done for, amazingly enough Vegeta saves him. Though Vegeta rouses Cabba by telling him to "fight to be MVP", Freeza is not amused…”

As you can see, Cabba is about to find himself in over his head in a few episodes. The young boy will go up against Monna to free up time for Caulifla and Kale, but the sacrifice may spell the end for the Cabba. The Saiyan quickly learns his moves aren’t effective against the Universe 4 fighter, but he won’t get ringed out like he would have thanks to Vegeta.

The older Saiyan will come to the boy’s aid despite them being on very different teams. Fans can’t be sure of what prompts Vegeta to step in, but many hope it is due to the prince’s growing affection for the boy. Despite his surly attitude, Vegeta has shown he has a soft spot for his family and children - and Cabba has caught Vegeta’s eye ever since they fought in the ‘Universe 6’ saga. Vegeta may be Cabba’e enemy for the moment, but the hero does want to see what the Saiyan’s full potential looks like. If Vegeta wants to see that for himself, it serves him well to make sure Cabba isn’t taken out of the Tournament too early.

Dragon Ball Super airs on Crunchyroll Saturdays at 7:15 p.m. CST. Toonami also airs the English dub on Adult Swim Saturdays at 11:30 p.m.

Dragon Ball SuperSunday at on Fuji Television Network

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