Dragon Ball Crossover Gives Goku the One-Punch Man Fight Fans Want

One-Punch Man fans are not shy about their fantasy matches, and a new Dragon Ball crossover is giving Goku the battle he's always deserved against Saitama. The bald hero might come off weak to those who don't know better, but Goku would be keenly aware of Saitama's might should they square off. He might not have any chi to strut around, no... but One-Punch Man and his nonplussed reaction to Goku's power would be a dead giveaway of his true strength. Now, the only thing left to figure out is how their fight might actually look, and one fan-animator has answered that question for fans.

So if the two were actually going to square off in a fight, what would that actually look like? Since an official crossover between the two is probably never going to happen (even as One-Punch Man prepares to expand its franchise even further with a live-action effort), fans have taken it upon themselves to imagine what this fight would look like.

Artist @etoilec1 (who you can find on Twitter here) has definitely impressed fans with their effort with a short animation of Goku taking on Saitama. As a tease of what could potentially come from this fight between the two powerhouses, it's clear that we need to see a fully animated take on this fan anticipated fight more than ever. Check it out:

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Like Dragon Ball, One-Punch Man is readying its own live-action film adaptation. Developed by Sony Pictures, and written by Venom scribes Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner, there's not much known about the new film so far. But that hasn't stopped fans from imagining what actors could bring Saitama to the big screen! Let's hope it turns out better than Dragon Ball's effort!

Who would win in a fight between Dragon Ball's Goku and One-Punch Man's Saitama? How do you think the fight would go? Would Saitama be able to defeat Goku in one punch like all his other foes? Would Goku need to use Mastered Ultra Instinct in the fight against the supremely strong hero? Which of the two has the edge? Let us know your thoughts in the comments or talk to me directly about all things anime and other cool things @Valdezology on Twitter!

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