‘One Punch Man’ Season 2 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Saitama to Lose His Fight against Garou; Arriving in November 2016?
"One Punch Man" Season 2 premiere date has yet to be confirmed by the people behind the show. However, the much awaited second season of the Japanese anime series has become a favorite subject of several reports all over the Internet. Several spoiler alerts have already emerged online giving fans hints on what to expect once the show comes back on air.
According to the recent buzz, fans will see many exciting scenes in "One Punch Man" Season 2 including the battle between Saitama and Garou. The show's main protagonist Saitama will finally meet his match in Garou, the former disciple of Bang. The reports say that Saitama, who normally fights for fun, will be challenged during his battle with Garou, who is said to be the only one who could survive the powerful punch of the superhero.
It is been known that Saitama has been looking for some worthy opponent for quite some time, someone whom he could not finish off with just a single punch. There are speculations suggesting that Saitama's power will be tested in "One Punch Man" Season 2. He will be going through some tough matches including the one with Garou. There are rumors circulating that Saitama might lose his power sometime in the second season and will be defeated by the "Human Monster."
Meanwhile, several reports suggest that "One Punch Man" Season 2 might be released after the airing of "One Punch Man" Season 1 English-dubbed version. There are also speculations saying that the second season will also have an English-dubbed version, which will still be aired on Toonami.
There are reports suggesting that the English-dubbed version of the first season will end in October, which means that "One Punch Man" Season 2 will likely air by November. Fans also expect concrete details to be provided regarding the show's sophomore season before its starts airing. Stay tuned for more news and updates about "One Punch Man" Season 2.
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