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Cell Faces Saitama and Genos in 'Dragon Ball Z' and 'One Punch Man' Crossover Parody

Cell Faces Saitama and Genos in 'Dragon Ball Z' and 'One Punch Man' Crossover Parody

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After facing off with Yu-Gi-Oh, Yami and "Death Note's" Light, "Dragon Ball Z's" Cell has finally faced off with Saitama of "One Punch Man."

The "Dragon Ball Z" and "One Punch Man" crossover is one of the crossover parodies most awaited by fans. In the comical mashup, Saitama and Genos of "One Punch Man" entered the "Dragon Ball Z" multiverse to face Cell, who was looking forward to more challengers after taking down his previous opponents. During the faceoff, Genos got hacked off, just as fans may have guessed.

The new abridged video of their fight shows Cell trading wisecracks with Saitama while Genos gears up for their impending fight. Before the battle, Saitama made sure that he was fitted with new upgrades so as to ensure that he would be able to take down Cell on his first punch. However, things took a different turn when Cell sent Genos flying over a mountain from afar, leaving Saitama stumped.

When it was time for Saitama to face Cell, an unexpected event caused their battle to come to a halt. Just when Saitama was all geared up to fight the villain, Cell suddenly told him that they would not fight until tomorrow. Since the bald hero could not do anything about the baddie's decision, he decided to just go to a local grocery store and fly off to get Genos and take him back home.

Talking about the crossover parody, TeamFourStar said, "Cell still has some waiting to do before the #CellGames begin, but a few uninvited guests see their way to his ring to give him a surprise. Worlds collide as 'Dragon Ball Z' meets 'One Punch Man'!"

Anime fans can watch the ongoing #CellGames saga at the TeamFourStar parody YouTube channel. The saga features the "Dragon Ball Z" baddie as he fights against characters from other anime.


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