No, Goku from Dragon Ball Z has never won a fight against Vegeta
Yesterday I came across a viral post by a Dragon Ball Z Fan account called Dragon Ball Perfect Shots shows Vegeta’s victory over Goku in the after-credits scene in the new movie Dragon Ball Super: Superhero. In Vegeta’s and Goku’s cinematic fight, which served as the film’s B-plot, the almighty Saiyans had a mock fight that they weren’t allowed to intervene in. Vegeta won.
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While many fans think this is the first time Goku has lost to Vegeta, it’s actually the opposite. You see, Vegeta has never lost a fight against Goku.
In this KotakuTalk, I will examine each of Goku and Vegeta’s fights to explain how the DBZ The community has suffered from the common misconception that Vegeta, my little prince, ever took an L from Goku in the two fights they fought.
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Exhibit A: Her Saiyan Bow Battle
The first fight Goku and Vegeta had was in the Saiyan bow. In it, Vegeta and his minion Nappa came to Earth to use the Dragon Orbs to bestow immortality on themselves. After the deaths of many of Goku’s allies and Vegeta’s team killing of Nappa, Goku and Vegeta finally faced each other.
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The two threw earth-shattering punches in an ebb and flow match. As many recall, Goku gave himself a clear advantage by using his Kaioken switch on and arbitrarily multiply its power. The damage Kaioken inflicted on Goku’s muscles along with Vegeta crushing Goku in his Ozaru form, resulting in Goku being unable to continue his fight. on Planet Vegeta, we tech this, but for some reason the fact of Vegeta’s victory is lost in the translation and becomes a Vegeta L due to being jumped on by Gohan, Krillin and Yajirobe and fleeing Earth. Interestingly, his tactical retreat was co-signed by Goku because he wanted a chance to fight Vegeta again.
Exhibit B: Their Majin Buu Arc Brawl
In the first quarter of Majin Buu bow, Vegeta and Goku had their second fight. Prior to their fight, Vegeta “turned” against the Z Fighters by intentionally allowing a villain named Babidi to transform him Majin Vegeta. In theory, this transformation was supposed to bring Vegeta under Babidi’s control, but in reality Vegeta was using it as a means to get a power-up and force Goku to fight him before his time on Earth was up (it’s a long story ). Basically all you have to know is that Vegeta has an “M” on his forehead and he is still has that dog in her.
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The couple’s clash in a rocky wasteland is honestly experienced better through the anime than through the manga, as Toei Animation added its own anime-only beats to the short fight of the source material. But regardless of how you experience the fight, the outcome is the same. In the end, Goku and Vegeta postpone their fight to help their friends fight Majin Buu – but not before Vegeta KOs Goku and goes into the fight alone. Classic Vegeta. He dies afterwards, btw.
Why does this keep happening?
The majority of Dragon Ball Z Matches follow wrestling rules designed to protect the franchise’s biggest stars from character-defining losses. For example, there have never been major matches between fan favorites like Piccolo and Vegeta throughout the series, although fans have been interested in finding out which of the two is stronger. My theory as to why they didn’t fight is to create hype about a “what if” scenario between the two that creator Akira Toriyama and Toei Animation may unleash in a future manga chapter or movie.
Along the same lines, the creators have occasionally created high-profile “twice in a lifetime” matches between Goku and Vegeta, only to throw gimmicks into the mix to protect their characters’ mystique. Sometimes a nerve-wracking battle ends because of outside interference, the sudden presence of a larger threat – leading to spontaneous team building – or a good old-fashioned draw. This type of inconclusive combat is common in anime.
And Goku fans who might see what they want to see have used some of these scenarios to support the idea that their poster child hero has sometimes emerged victorious. to her honor, DBZ‘s power creep and incessant need to create a new form for Goku while Vegeta occasionally tosses a few of his own would lead anyone to believe that Goku has more Ws under his weighted clothing than he actually has.
If we count the fountain pen Dragon Ball great fight (which we shouldn’t) where Goku defeated the double Vegeta, then sure, Goku technically beat “Vegeta” once. But as far as the official record shows, Vegeta is still undefeated.
https://kotaku.com/dragon-ball-super-dbz-vegeta-goku-battle-anime-1850257752 No, Goku from Dragon Ball Z has never won a fight against Vegeta