"Dragon Ball Super" Fans might be sad now as the show is ending on March 25. It is surely an emotional moment for the fans that their beloved series, which has been running since mid-2015, will wrap up soon. Meanwhile, TOEI Animation just gave fans the ultimate delight by confirming that the series is just ending for the time being. Currently, the Universe Survival arc has only two episodes left - 130 and 131. As the Tournament of Power is coming closer to its end, the anticipation of the fans is reaching its new heights.

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Jiren, Frieza, and Goku are the only remaining warriors in the tournament [VIDEO] and if reports are to be believed the winner is already decided.

The surprises of 'Dragon Ball Super'

Before talking about "Dragon Ball Super'" continuity, let's see what spoilers say regarding upcoming episodes of the anime show.

The next episode of the TV series is 130, and it is titled, "The Greatest Showdown of All Time! The Ultimate Survival Battle!!." As the name suggests, fans will witness an ultimate battle between Jiren and Goku. The Universe 7 warrior will achieve fully-mastered Ultra Instinct form in this part of the show. According to Omnitos, "A minute and a half remain in the Tournament of Power. Son Goku has had the upper hand battling Jiren initially. Jiren then concentrates and finally gets serious." The episode will release on March 18 after a gap of one week. It is worth mentioning that the show-runners didn't release the episode last week because of a marathon in Japan.

Episode 131, “A Miraculous Conclusion! Farewell Goku! Until the Day We Meet Again!!” A number of things are expected to happen in this chapter.

If spoilers are to be believed, the episode will feature the return of Frieza. According to ComicBook, "At the last moment, Freeza makes a comeback and blasts Jiren with a Death Beam while the stronger fighter is caught unaware." The stronger warrior here refers to Jiren.

This is not the end

Coming back to "DBS's" continuity report, according to ComicBook, "A new statement from Akira Toriyama regarding "Dragon Ball Super" has got fans excited about the anime's continuation."Now then, the animated version on TV will be ending for the time being...." This is absolutely a great news for the fans. The reports further say that "Toei Animation [VIDEO] has confirmed there is more left in store for the franchise." Stay tuned with me as I keep you updated about every happening on the show.