Fusion-Ha! WWE Superstars Use Dragon Ball Z Fusion Dance

Most Dragon Ball Z fans are guilty of trying out Goku’s Kamehameha wave in real life, however, [...]

Most Dragon Ball Z fans are guilty of trying out Goku's Kamehameha wave in real life, however, not many people have tried using one of Goku's technique in a real fight. But it turns out that WWE Superstars Cesaro and Sheamus thought they should give it a shot at Summer Slam over the weekend.

Sheamus (Stephen Farrelly) and Cesaro (Claudio Castagnoli) both were seen at imitating Trunks and Goten's fusion dance, ahead of their fight with Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrsose. However, the dance didn't work with the two losing, as Rollins and Ambrose became the new Tag Team Champions.

Don't worry guys Trunks and Goten weren't perfect at the fusion dance when they first started using it either.

(Photo: Toei Animation)

The fusion dance was first introduced during the Buu saga in Dragon Ball Z, with Goku teaching his son Goten and Vegeta's son Trunks the technique. Goku initially learned the technique while training under the Yardrat's after his fight with Freeza on Namek, who also taught him Instant Transmission.

The fusion dance was also used again in the Dragon Ball Z movie "Fusion Reborn," with this time it being used by Goku and Vegeta. Together Vegeta and Goku fused to create a new warrior in Gogeta in order to defeat Janemba.

Since then the fusion technique hasn't been seen much, especially as Goten and Trunks have become quite irrelevant in Dragon Ball Super. However, is until Sheamus and Cesaro tried using it in Summer Slam. Although, their attempt was quite unsuccessful and it's probably the reason the Z-Fighters stopped using the technique in the first place.

(Photo: Toei Animation)

Dragon Ball Super's "Universal Survival" saga is part of the recent simulcast agreement that sites like Crunchyroll and Funimation have scored. Dragon BallSuper airs on Crunchyroll Saturdays at 7:15 p.m. CST. Toonami airs the English dub on Adult Swim Saturdays at 11:30 p.m.