'Dragon Ball Super' Spoilers: Universe 11 Is Becoming More Powerful Than Before

7:00 AM EDT 4/10/2017 by Cores Grace, Celebeat Reporter

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The Universal Survival arc continues in "Dragon Ball Super" with the multiverse gearing up for the martial arts Tournament of Power. The upcoming battle of royal will gather all powerful warriors including the Universe 7 fighters. The last few episodes focused mainly on Universe 7 with Goku scouting for the most powerful warriors in the universe. So far, Goku has convinced Vegeta, Krillin and Android 18 but Android 17 has yet to confirm in the episode.

In the upcoming "Dragon Ball Super" episode, fans will have a glimpse of the other universes getting ready for the Tournament of Power. Universe 11 is known to be the biggest threat for Universe 7 as it has the most powerful warriors on Earth. The Omni-Kings have set up the battle royal and as Comic Book points out, Universe 7 is apparently in danger. It is also known that Goku has to lie to Android 18 that there will be prize money in the tournament, which makes the latter decide to join.

However, little do they know that Goku was even the one who had asked the Omni-Kings to hold the dangerous Tournament of Power. Two of the strongest warriors have been revealed so far - the leader of the Pride Trooper Toppo and Jiren The Gray. A preview shared on YouTube showcased some of the events that will happen during the tournament. Champa, the twin brother of Beerus was also teased but it seems that he is taking control of his training.

Another character was also teased in the preview that looks like G.I Joe, who is also training for Universe 11. The "Dragon Ball Super" upcoming episode titled "The Universes Begin to Make their Moves. Their Individual Motives," will show Jiren's true power. It will also showcase the other eight universes' preparations for the Tournament of Power.

The promo for the said episode also shows Goku's rematch with Majin Buu, who has slimmed down because of extensive training. "Dragon Ball Super" airs on Saturdays on CrunchyRoll at 7:15 PM CST.

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