The background of episode 70

With the title "Champa's Challenge! This time we contest with baseball!," The god of annihilation of the sixth cosmos will carry his warriors against Goku, Bills, Piccolo, Yamcha, Trunks, Gohan, and Krillin. The rival squad is made up of Champa, Goten, Cabba, Botamo, Auta Magetta, and Vegeta. At the moment, it is unknown if there will be any prize for the winner.

The previous week, was watched by 7.1% of the viewers of the Japanese region of Kanto that connected in the morning.

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In comparison, "One Piece" (another popular series), was seen by 8.2%."Dragon-Ball Super" is broadcast in Japan on Sunday's at 9:00 a.m. (7:00 p.m. Saturday in Mexico time). The site Crunchyroll uploads the episodes Saturday night, legally, and with subtitles in Spanish.

The avalanche on Twitter about Yamcha

Twitter users around the world remembered Yamcha's death from a scene that was shown in Chapter 70 of "Dragon Ball Super." In Chapter 70 of "Dragon Ball Super," Akira Toriyama showed the return of Yamcha, supporting Goku and company in a game of baseball.

It has been a long time since this character had a relevant role in the anime and, also, it was for another curious reason that this became a trend on Twitter. And it is that the faithful fans of "Dragon Ball Super" soon found the parody that was done of Yamcha in one of the scenes of the chapter, which reminded us of his tragic death when he fought against a Sabiban during the battle against Vegetay Napa.

In a humorous tint, the game of baseball played between the warriors of the 6th and 7th universes left the portrait of Yamcha on the floor with the same pose in which he died after the self-destruction of the Sabiban in that episode.

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Following the release of this interesting chapter, Yamcha became a Twitter trend for these reasons, and many users recreated the scene of his death with thousands of retweets across the social media platform. And, in the meanwhile, fans across the globe await the upcoming saga of the series.