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‘One Punch Man’ Season 2 Air Date Delayed; Saitama’s Major Defeat Revealed

By Jen Aguilar , Sep 19, 2016 10:38 AM EDT
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The highly patronized manga series “One Punch Man” sings a thrilling tune to its millions of viewers as the release date of its second installment remains a confusing puzzle to many. The huge fan base of Shingo Natsume’s show is holding its excitement with season 2’s major revelations.

“One Punch Man” Season 2 2016 Release Impossible?
In a related article of iTech Post, it mentioned that the final confirmation of "One Punch Man" season 2 is set this month and the first episode is scheduled to premiere either October or November. However, showrunners of the phenomenal anime are yet to make their official announcement.

A report weakens the potential airing of the show during the Halloween period stating that fans should anticipate a delay in the debut of the new season and that it could take a new year before we’ll witness the Japanese superhero and his most powerful punch in our screens.

Until we get a legitimate information about the definite date of the series’ latest season, we can only rely with spoilers and speculations based on the finale of the past season.

Saitama To Experience His First Loss From Various Villains
With Saitama’s lineup of super villains set to destroy him, it is likely that the undefeated champ will take a downfall for the very first time.

Season 2 is greatly believed to be packed with vengeance and ultimate battles plotted against Saitama. Lord Boros is depicted to outmatch him as a result of his defeat from the first season. Genos, believed to be Saitama’s great pal will also exchange blows with him.

Other opponents fated to clash with Saitama are first class villains Amai Mask and Garou who are forecasted to cause his major loss.

It looks like we have a superhero that needs our loudest cheers to emerge victorious in his string of battles.

Then, let the fight begin.

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