In 1984, Akira Toriyama created a manga and anime series called dragonball, which follows Goku’s adventures from the beginning and features epic battles that are memorable for fans; although you can also find fights that reflect Toriyama’s absurd humor.
Either in the original series or in the sequels like Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT and Dragon Ball Super, the confrontations that are not in the main story are the most criticized by the fans. There was a time when anime opted for filler material, and that’s something the community still remembers.
Let’s see, then, what were those ridiculous fights of dragonball that is still in the memory of the fans today.
DRAGON BALL | The most ridiculous fights
Yamcha vs. a Saibaman: In the Saiyan saga, Yamcha, an experienced fighter, faces a Saibaman, a kind of soldier under the command of Vegeta and Nappa. Despite being one of the main characters in Goku’s team, Yamcha is defeated by Saibaman and dies an embarrassing death.
Goku vs. Dr. Slump: In a special episode of Dragon Ball, Goku faces Dr. Slump, a character from Akira Toriyama’s homonymous manga. The fight is extremely ridiculous, with Goku using his abilities to fight Dr. Slump and his crazy inventions.
Krillin vs. Chiaotzu: At the martial arts tournament, Krillin and Chiaotzu have a fight that is more comedic than serious. Chiaotzu uses his psychic abilities to cheat in the tournament, but is ultimately defeated by Krillin.
Gotenks vs. Super Buu: The fusion of Goten and Trunks, known as Gotenks, has a fight against the villain Super Buu that is more absurd than exciting. Gotenks constantly taunts his opponent and does strange moves, such as turning into a giant candy.
Vegeta vs. a snail: In a filler episode, Vegeta confronts a giant snail that has invaded his home. Despite being one of the strongest warriors in the Dragon Ball universe, Vegeta is unable to defeat the snail and surrenders after several failed attempts.
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