‘Dragon Ball Super’ Episode 61 Spoilers, News And Update: Black Goku and Son Goku, Twin Brothers? Zamasu Destroyed By Future Trunks And Vegeta?

Legion of fans are ecstatic as the new episode of ‘Dragon Ball Super' is about to unleashed.

What if I tell you that Black Goku and Son Goku are actually twin brothers. This is by far, one of the most shocking revelations in Dragon Ball Super franchise. As reported in YIBADA, Episode 61 of the legendary series is about revealing the true identity of Black Goku. Multiple counts and reports are stating that Black Goku and Son Goku are twins and were separated after birth.

One interesting thing that was revealed by insiders is that, Zamasu and Black Goku grew up together. This is the main reason on why they have similar Ki. Both Ki's are equally strong. Taking down Black Goku and Zamasu is a daunting task. That is why Vegeta, Future Trunks and Son Goku have a hard time beating both of them.

Since this are just speculations and theories we are still not guaranteed on what will happen on Episode 61. One thing that we are certain of is, the battle between these legendary heroes will end anytime. Fast pace action and bloody scenes are things fans should expect since this is the fight of their lives. With the team of Son Goku, Vegeta, Future Trunks, Beerus and Whis vs the defiant duo of Black Goku and Zamasu, all hell will break loose.

Here's an excerpt from the trailer. "Dragon Ball Super" Episode 61 as Black Goku and Zamasu unite to finish off Son Goku, Vegeta, Future Trunks, Beerus and Whis. "Hey, this is Goku! Damn Zamasu and Black! Looks like their techniques are way more powerful when they join forces. Still, I won't rest until I have taken them down. Vegeta, Trunks, give it all you've got!".

We will see the transformation of Black Goku to Super Saiyan Rose for his 0 Mortal plan as speculated by our insiders. The new episode will air on October 9, 2016, Sunday, in Fuji TV.

Preview of Dragon Ball Super Episode 61

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