‘Dragon Ball Super’ Episode 70, 71 Recap and Spoilers: Champa Challenges Beerus In Baseball; First Time Goku’s Team Plays Competitive Sports
In "Dragon Ball Super" episode 70, Lord Champa, the god of destruction in Universe 6 seems to be envious of Lord Beerus who is slimmer than him. The latter has been eating up all the delicious stuff in his universe. He thought of a way to deprive Beerus of his bounty by challenging him to a game of baseball. But he doesn't have any idea of how the game is played.
Champa And Beerus Settling Their Differences In A Baseball Game
So, the two recruited their players in "Dragon Ball Super" episode 70. Naturally, Beerus chose Son Goku, Son Gohan, Kid Trunks, Piccolo and Yamcha, their guest player. Meanwhile, Champa picked Vegeta, Magetta, Cabba, Botamo and Son Goten as his players. But as the game wore on, it appears Champa is not the only one who is not familiar with baseball.
When Son Goku stepped on the plate, he transformed himself to a Super Saiyan complete with blue hair and hurled the ball with super strength. This weird start influenced the way the game was played in "Dragon Ball Super" episode 70, where it became weirder every minute. It came to the point where Beerus and Champa were trading punches.
Vados and Whis have to intervene to pacify the two and their respective teams. By the end of the baseball match in "Dragon Ball Super" episode 70, the badly beaten Yamcha reaches the final base and Beerus' team won. The losing Lord Champa went back to his universe presumably to prepare for the next face-off with Beerus. So, it seems the two teams will meet again.
What's In Store For Episode 71?
The hilarity of episode 70 will drastically change when "Dragon Ball Super" episode 71 starts. The title of this episode is "The Death of Goku! The Guaranteed Assassination Mission." It will show Hit, the alien assassin, killing Goku. It appears that this is the start of a completely new saga where the Z-Warriors will be investigating the identity of the assassin.
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