'Dragon Ball Super' Episode 71, 72 News, Spoilers & Update: Series To Go On Short Break? Big Revelation On December 17 Expected?

By Marrianne Salvador ledesma , Updated Dec 11, 2016 05:27 AM EST
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"Dragon Ball Super" is undoubtedly such a hit from the very beginning that this series aired. It is but a fact that "San Goku" is famous enough to be known far and wide and fans of the series are definitely expecting a lot from the show. However, it is expected that the "Dragon Ball Super" will take a short halt after "Dragon Ball Super" Episode 72 and that a great revelation is happening on December 17.

According to reports the there is a big possibility that on December 17, it will be revealed that Gohan will appear on the next arc of "Dragon Ball Super". It can be remembered that Gohan was not in the recent fight scenes and thus December 17 will unveil a new arc focusing on his story. Additionally, it is also said that Gohan's return on "Dragon Ball Super" will bring a new tournament where Goku, Vegeta and all of the rest will be battling the best fighters in the universe once again. All of these will be confirmed by the "Dragon Ball Super" panel on the Jump Fiesta this December 17.

On the other hand, it is said that "Dragon Ball Super" will have a short break right after "Dragon Ball Super" Episode 72 is aired as suggested by the schedule of episodes for "Dragon Ball Super". "Dragon Ball Super" Episode 70 schedule December 11 will feature a baseball game between Goku and Champa. "Dragon Ball Super" Episode 71 and 72 will be focusing on HIT and his reported plan of assassinating Goku, these will air on December 18 and 25. "Dragon Ball Super" has not revealed an episode yet for January 1, 2017, but it will continue its program for "Dragon Ball Super" Episode 73 on January 08. Stay tuned for more of your "Dragon Ball Super" updates!

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