'Dragon Ball Super' Spoilers Reveal Vegeta and Goku's Next Team-Up

Dragon Ball Super is moving into the final act of the Tournament of Power, wiht only Universes 7 and 11 left to finish the fight. With Universe 11 still having the massive power of Dyspo, Toppo, and Jiren on its side, the remaining Universe 7 fighters are going to not only have to go all-out to win - their going to have to fight in some tag-team pairings in order to stand a chance.

Some recent Dragon Ball Super synopses spoilers have revealed one such pairing: Goku and Vegeta will finally used their combined efforts to take on Jiren!

Here's what we learn from the Animedia Summary for the upcoming Episode 124, which is titled "A Stormy, Fierce Attack! Gohan Fights with his Back to the Wall!!":

"Goku and Vegeta challenge Jiren together, but even teamed up their attacks have hardly any effect. Instead, Jiren seems to be raising his battle power even higher. Meanwhile, Universe 7's Son Gohan goes to help out Freeza as he battles Universe 11's Dyspo."

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While the Freeza / Gohan tag-team match against Dyspo sounds plenty exciting, a lot of fans were hoping that Goku and Vegeta's assault against Jiren would lead to Vegeta unlocking Ultra Instinct's offensive power, which would combine with Goku's defensive Ultra Instinct to create a power capable of taking Jiren down. However, the synopsis makes it sound as though Goku and Vegeta never achieve that great victory while fighting side-by-side in this upcoming episode.


Of course, Goku and Vegeta's defeat at the hands of Jiren doesn't mean the fun fights and power-ups are done: a lot of fan theories point to a Goku/Vegeta Potara fusion into "Vegito" being the real final match up with Jiren, with the fused warrior finally able to access both sides of Ultra Instinct. It's a nice little theory, though it itself be spoiled by the recent major reveal that a new God of Destruction is about to be crowned.

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 is now available to stream on FunimationNOW and Amazon Video.