'Dragon Ball Super' Latest News Episode 71 Death To Goku! A Hit-Job That Can't Be Refused: Hit & Champa Returns To Kill Goku?

By Switchy Sam , Updated Nov 22, 2016 01:52 AM EST

Among the episodes of Dragon Ball Super, the most exciting and thrilling part would be episode 68 to 71 because it leads to the plot where Goku might die, as rumors and expectations say. Goku's battles are not over when "Dragon Ball Super" Episode 71 will arrive in the future, which features Hit, returning to kill and assassinate Goku with no hesitations and second thoughts. This will be shocking for those fans who want Goku to be alive because there is now a threat to his life. Aside from that, the episode will lead to the next arc.

Episode titles and expected releases on air

The episodes from "Dragon Ball Super" that will air soon are the following: Episode 68 entitled "Come Forth Shen long! Whose Wish Shall Be Granted?" will air on November 27th. Episode 69 entitled "Goku vs. Arale! The Earth Ends in a Wacky Battle?" will air on December 4th. Episode 70 entitled "Champa's Challenge! This Time We Face Off in Baseball!" will air on December 11th, and Episode 71 entitled "Death to Goku! A Hit-Job That Can't Be Refused" will air on December 18th. These episodes confirm that Champa and Hit are coming back, with a sinister plan that will devastate Goku fans around the world. However, it is not yet confirmed, whether Goku will be dead surely or not, until the episode will air.

The mysterious person who hired the assassins

There is also a rumor that a certain someone hired assassins into Universe to commence the plan on killing Goku. The video from The Fan Guy features the four episodes including notes from trusted websites that is confirming about the episodes and what may happen in it. "Dragon Ball Super" fans cannot wait for Episode 71 to air for what may be the revelation behind the title. For more Dragon Ball Super updates, stay in touch for more!

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