Dragon Ball Super,” a must-watch series on TV every Saturday night, is coming to an end with episode 131, titled: “Goodbye Goku, Until the Day We Meet Again.” The preview clip for the episode is already out, and it teases an intense battle between Universe 7 and Universe 11 in The Tournament of Power.

Frieza and Android 17 rescue Goku

Goku’s power has weakened because he has been pushing himself to the limit to master the Ultra Instinct technique. In the preview clip for the finale episode, Goku asks, “Did I lose?” But just when many may have thought that Goku would be defeated, two friends come to the rescue — Frieza and Android 17.

In the preview clip, Frieza and Android 17 come back and start fighting using all their regained energy against Jiren.


Universe 7 will fight as a team to defeat Jiren and earn the victory in the Tournament of Power, via Comic Book.

The end is quite clear — Universe 7 will win this tournament, which should really conclude in this series. But still, fans should brace for more twists to occur in the finale episode, which also teases what will happen next in the franchise.

'DBS' movie coming in December 2018

Dragon Ball Super” fans should not really feel sad that the series is ending, as there’s more to come in this anime. A movie is coming out later this year, which will be released first on Dec. 14 in Japan.

In the latter part of the preview video for Episode 131, several faces are shown, including the Omni-Kings and the Grand Priest with a blank expression.


The Grand Priest then frowns and faces the tournament’s winner. Comic Book speculates that the Grand Priest might do something surprising, which would set the stage for how the story continues in the movie.

Akira Toriyama, the creator of the “Dragon Ball” saga, recently confirmed that the “Dragon Ball Super” movie this year will take place in the world created in the TV series. However, it will focus on new stories and some unexplored content that involves Frieza and the Saiyans.

“I think it will be a very enjoyable story that serves up a long-awaited formidable opponent,” Akira Toriyama also teased, per Forbes.

Meanwhile, Toyotaro’s “Dragon Ball Super” manga will also release some new material different from what’s already been shown on TV, anime, or in movies, according to Toriyama.


Watch the series’ finale on Saturday at 7:15 p.m. on Crunchyroll and 9:30 p.m. on Adult Swim. It is also available on FunimationNOW and Amazon Video.