Published: Sun, February 18, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Dragon Ball Super Episode 128 Review/Recap: Vegeta Fights Alone Against Jiren

Dragon Ball Super Episode 128 Review/Recap: Vegeta Fights Alone Against Jiren

Then we leave you with a preview of episode 128 of "Dragon Ball Super" in which we will see how Vegeta is eliminated from the tournament by Jiren. The fans are already anxious about the chances of elimination of Vegeta from the Tournament of Power. In the upcoming episode, Vegeta will once again try to take him down. He's lost all of his stamina that he can not even become a normal Super Saiyan anymore. There was a rumour that Vegeta and Goku will use the technique of fusion for defeating Jiren but now it will be dispelled.

Jiren finally decides to put Vegeta out of his misery and punches him one last time. We remind you that episode 128 will be premiered on February 17.

The first image shows us a defeated Vegeta, who lies down on the ground severely injured and exhausted because of the hard fight against Jiren. We can see how Son Goku strikes a blow to Jiren's abdomen, although the image is of little relevance since it's a close-up of Goku's attack, who seems to be 100 percent in the trance of angelic form. It is being said that Goku hasn't shown/revealed the full extent of his powers.

Fans of Dragon Ball Super and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 should be happy to hear that the perfected form of Ultra Instinct Goku is coming to the game as DLC according to a scan in this month's V-Jump magazine in Japan. This is likely Toriyama's final Mastered Ultra Instinct design. Jiren is the only remaining fighter of the latter.

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This week's episode was not as action packed as previous ones, but it was an emotional end to see Vegeta get eliminated in such brutal fashion.

Anyway. I'm hoping the Tournament of Power does have an eventual unpredictable ending. Goku Black even trained with a future Trunks in his own timeline in order to match or surpass the strength of the original Goku - meaning, his dedication might eventually lead to one of Goku's biggest fights in the series.

Even though I'm not the biggest fan of Frieza, making him win could have risky consequences.

After all, Frieza wouldn't use the Super Dragon Balls to wish everyone back as he just wants to become a God and rule the entire multiverse!

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