Dragon Ball Super’s latest episode 126 was a way super than its previous usual episodes. This is something fans want to see before seeing Goku’s final Ultra Instinct. Because we all know Vegeta is holding something and hiding his secret powers.
After witnessing Vegeta life-risking blast towards God of Destruction Toppo, at one point it feels that Vegeta sacrifices himself with that deadly blow. Because in Majin Buu Arc, Vegeta did the same attack on Buu which leads to killing himself in the process.
In the Limit Breaker form, Vegeta manages to hold his own and survived from his own blast but it cost him to lose his armor. It was one of the unexpected things to see because, from the promotional image of Goku’s Ultra Instinct, he is the one in shirtless. But that’s not a point.
What makes this episode is better than the rest, its Vegeta’s victory over Toppo who just awaken his Godly destruction energy.
Even though Vegeta does not step up as a candidate of God of Destruction, Prince of All Saiyan still has his pride and all of his promises which motivates him regular and that’s is what lacks in Pride Trooper who just fighting without keeping any burdens.
After watching one of the best episodes of Dragon Ball Super, over a social media, fans expressing their thoughts about Vegeta’s mind-blowing act.
One Reddit user comments true meaning of Blue Aura that Vegeta just transforms into:
“This is why I love Vegeta’s new blue form. One of the main points of blue Chakra color is acceptance of oneself. Vegeta owns his pride. He owns his promises. This is why I can’t see him going, full GoD. Maybe if Goku and Vegeta have to make a wish to fuse permanently into Vegetto to save the day, but Vegeta on his own, I just can’t see it.”
Dragon Ball Super 126
A Lastly Great Episode!
First half created the scene and Second Half Created the Epicness of the situation.
What an episode this was…
Boss Episode 😯 pic.twitter.com/nVQWOSdOyn
— GovetaXV (@GovetaXV) February 4, 2018
Wow….just….wow… Dragon ball Super 126 is amongst my favourites of the show!!! Vegeta got his moment!! I can't stop smiling bro!! 🙂
— DeeBeeSama (@Deebeegeek26) February 4, 2018
Dragon Ball Super has been doing Vegeta's character justice during the Tournament of Power Arc. This might be Vegetas best episode yet since the "Final Atonement" episode in Z when he sacrificed himself for his family #NoSpoilers #DragonballSuper pic.twitter.com/fxx8XWawyJ
— Danny Foglesong🍜 (@FrostyDanny) February 4, 2018
— Dragon Ball Z (@DBZSquad_) February 4, 2018
Vegeta in Dragon Ball Super is legend. He really came a LONG way from trying to destroy the earth and caring for nobody but himself to protecting the very same planet and universe and those he cares for. He's even valuing a promise to someone other than himself. 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/83UUCm7mfi
— Monkey D. Luffy (@StrawHatShounen) February 4, 2018
YO!!!! THIS GUY VEGETA! #Respect man and Jiren literally Disrepcted Toppo. Overall Best Vegeta moment I have seen in whole Super. #DragonBallSuper #DragonBall #Dragon #Ball #Super #Toppo #Frieza #Android17 #Goku #Vegeta #Dragonballchou #Anime #manga #Jiren #Toppoistrash pic.twitter.com/WBqLu3B2po
— Masky (@Masky181) February 4, 2018
Dragonball Super Episode 126 has me like… pic.twitter.com/YuEMV59XaT
— VegasFarley (@lamont_farley) February 4, 2018
Dragon ball super was so good we love vegeta pic.twitter.com/CTWnfuFeCj
— Ian🌹 (@IanSIade) February 4, 2018
Oh, and Dragon Ball Super Episode 126 was pretty good.
— Particle (@FPParticle) February 4, 2018
MAN!!!! Love the new episode of Dragon Ball Super, especially the flashback of Majin Vegeta 🙂👍
— christian mata ❂ (@xianmata) February 4, 2018
Alright done watching Dragon ball Super 126. WOW! VEGETA DID GREAT! Also Jiren just showed arrogance and smiled. That makes me really uncomfortable.
— Patrick Rei (@GammaRei_A) February 4, 2018
— アキラ (@rob_mui) February 4, 2018
Bruh Vegeta went in godamn!!! He had to surpass ultra instinct by how he was destroying Toppo #OnJustice probably was the best Dragonball Super episode yet!!
— Artminded. 🎨 (@_itsArtiStic) February 4, 2018