Dragon Ball Super: Episode 100 preview teases Goku vs Caulifla


Dragon Ball Super’s Episode 100 preview teases Goku vs Caulifla and a Legendary Super Saiyan rampage.

The “Tournament of Power” is finally underway in Dragon Ball Super, and it’s safe to say that it has definitely lived up to the hype. We’ve already seen so many great moments, but perhaps the most significant moment was the elimination of Universe 9. This moment put the stakes of the tournament in perspective.

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Now, the competitors must move forward from this. And with so many great competitors remaining in the tournament, there are more moments in store for us. This is what we can expect from Episode 100.

Thanks to the episode’s synopsis, we know we will see the re-emergence of the Legendary Super Saiyan. Fans have been anticipating the “female Broly” ever since the first trailer for the “Universal Survival” saga was released. We saw her introduction in a previous episode, but we will finally see her get down to work in the upcoming episode.

The synopsis also hints at Goku teaching Caulfila the Super Saiyan Blue transformation. After Goku showed off the transformation, Caulifla was amazed and wanted to learn how to get stronger. We know the transformation isn’t easy to attain so we wonder her ability to achieve it. The episode preview gives us a glimpse of what is to come.

We see from the episode preview that Goku and Caulfila will fight each other. This will be history in the making as we will have the first ever male and female Saiyan showdown. Caulifla also managed to transform into Super Saiyan 2. With Caulfila easily being able to attain the Super Saiyan forms, maybe the Super Saiyan Blue form won’t be so difficult for her.

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We also saw Kale powering up into her Legendary Super Saiyan form. As she powered up, we saw the shock in everyone’s phases, apart from one competitor — Jiren. The Pride Trooper has been teased to be the strongest competitor in the tournament. So, by not being phased at the transformation, this would only enhance that notion.

Dragon Ball Super airs on Crunchyroll Saturdays at 7:15 p.m.