The Tournament of Power has more than twenty minutes left but Dragon Ball Super is far from over as another potential major player joins the fray late in the game. The birth of the fusion warrior Kafla [VIDEO]was one of the most highly anticipated events in the series. Now that the Potara fusion is complete, a showdown with Goku is inevitable. However, a new synopsis and episode guide teased already that Goku will be defeated. How could this happen? Will Goku get eliminated?

Kafla vs. Super Saiyan Blue Goku

After Caulifla [VIDEO]and Kale nearly got eliminated, they returned more powerful than ever, using the Potara Earrings that Champa gave them before the tournament.

With the birth of Kafla, we witnessed how powerful they became, where Goku even in his Super Saiyan God form couldn’t react to Kafla’s speed. Goku’s attack was also ineffective against her, and his only choice was to power up to Super Saiyan Blue to have a fighting chance.

The Potara fusion opened a lot of possibilities for Kafla because individually, Kale and Caulifla were in a league of their own. Kale, though, lacks battle instincts and has massive raw power in her Berserker Super Saiyan form, while Caulifla has immense battle potential, where she leveled up with every strong opponent that she faced. Furthermore, Vados mentioned that a Potara fusion was not only adding the sum partners’ power but increasing their powers ten times.

Goku loses against Kafla

In the earlier episodes, Goku already encountered Kale in her Berserker mode and even in his Super Saiyan Blue form, he didn’t stand a chance against her.

It then fell to Jiren [VIDEO] to subdue the rampaging Saiyan. If Goku didn’t stand a chance before, it is likely that Goku will lose the duel with Kafla. Goku is still not in his perfect condition to have an all-out battle with Kafla, not to mention the lady’s immense power from the fusion. However, the synopsis that Twitter translator Ken Xyro shared doesn’t suggest Goku getting eliminated, so we can rest assured that Goku will survive to fight another time.

On the other hand, the post-credit preview for Episode 115 featured three more tag teams stealing the spotlight in the next installment. The twin androids will join forces against Universe 3’s policeman Katopesla. The other two pairs that will get featured in the next episode are the master-student tandem of Goku and Gohan that will go against Universe 6’s Namekian duo Pilina and Saonel. For now, let’s just wait and see how things play out in the upcoming episode of “Dragon Ball Super” that will air this coming Saturday (Nov. 11) on Crunchyroll.