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Villain clashes with one of the most GROSS deaths of Dragon Ball Super

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Villain clashes with one of the most GROSS deaths of Dragon Ball Super

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Dragon Ball has some pretty brutal deaths in its history. Now, one by the villain Moro promises to join the group of the strongest in the franchise.

In chapter 58 of the manga, Goku is back on Earth and ready to stop Moro, also known as a planet devourer. But first, the protagonist has other challenges.

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Like a good Dragon Ball saga, Goku has to face the villain's soldiers before reaching the main showdown. Thus, the hero is forced to fight Saganbo, one of Moro's men.

The soldier, one of Moro's most dedicated, wants to show how strong he is. The villain supports, but the manga brings a shocking twist.

Saganbo shows a lot of desire and shows no tiredness when fighting Goku. When receiving an injection of power from Moro, he becomes an even more difficult opponent.

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Suddenly, however, Goku realizes something terrifying. Saganbo's body cannot take all this strength.

“I live! His body has reached its limit! You have to stop giving him energy ”, asks Goku to the villain.

At the end of the battle, Saganbo's body begins to become deformed and upon receiving the last dose of power, the soldier explodes. First, a liquid runs down his mouth until the character simply turns into a pool of blood.

“I have no friends – these are my soldiers. They may die, but I always get more, ”says villain Moro, showing he doesn't care about Saganbo.

The Dragon Ball Super manga continues to be published in Japan. On TV, the series is on hiatus.

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