The recently aired episode of "Dragon Ball Super" dubbed, "See The Wall That Must Be Passed!" comprised of a perfect blend of action and fighting. Episode 90 centered around a classic face-off between father and son, as Gohan unleashed his power on Goku, and fans were even able to catch a brief glimpse of the legendary Super Saiyan Blue form.

Exciting moments in 'DBS' Episode 90

The ten-man team of Universe 7 is ready to roll. Gohan has completed his training with Piccolo, and a captain has been picked as well. The episode kicks off with both Piccolo and Gohan confronting Goku and Tien, in order to check whether or not they've been trained well.

Gohan knocks out Tien while Piccolo goes for a special attack that nearly pushes Goku out of the ring.

Goku vs. Gohan: Who wins?

Tien backs away from the fight to take a breather, declaring that Gohan has clearly shown his power and training. However, this disappoints Gohan since he was aiming to test his power against his father. Much to Gohan's delight, Tien and Piccolo move out of the ring and set the stage for an epic father-son showdown.

Without wasting a lot of time, Goku transforms into Super Saiyan 2, while Gohan, on the other hand, takes up the Mystic Form. They have a go at each other in what looks like a drawn battle. Apparently, Gohan found his power and mojo and does quite well against Goku.

Goku then transforms into Super Saiyan Blue, bringing his Kaio-Ken attack into play -- which gives Goku the upper hand as he beats down his son.

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Goku emerges victorious yet again. Nevertheless, Gohan displays impressive skills and even Goku confirms that he is indeed becoming stronger. In fact, he is so impressed with Gohan that he makes him captain of the Team from Universe 7.

The verdict

Episode 90 of the hit Japanese anime television series primarily focused on Gohan matching strength with his father, and it did quite well in every way. "DBS" fans saw Gohan showing off what he learned during his training. That being said, the episode had its flaws, including absurd cuts and aggravating amounts of screaming. Aside from that, it was an awe-inspiring episode.

You can watch "Dragon Ball Super" on Crunchyroll on Saturdays at 7:15 p.m. CST. There will be an English dub as well, which will be aired by Toonami on Adult Swim on Saturdays at 11:30 p.m.