'Dragon Ball Super' episode 35, 36, 37 spoilers: Vegeta fights Champa's warriors in upcoming episodes

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“Dragon Ball Super” took a one-week break and will return with Vegeta fighting for Beerus’ team.

Two episodes ago, Goku easily defeated Botamo and had the upper hand while he was fighting the Freeza-looking opponent named Frost. However, in a twist of fate, Goku suddenly felt week and was thrown off the arena by Frost. In episode 34, Piccolo stepped in to fight the enemy from Champa’s team. Although Goku is uncertain what caused his defeat, he is not confident that Piccolo will defeat Frost. Piccolo still tried his best to beat Frost through several attacks, but in the end, he was still defeated.

Jaco was perturbed by Frost and looked into the case. When Vegeta asked the commentator to check Frost, they found out that he was using a poisonous needle that infected his opponents. With this, Frost was disqualified and the round was credited to the team of Beerus.

However, Vegeta was not satisfied with the “easy” win. So, he will fight Frost in episode 35 titled, “Turn Anger Into Power! Vegeta’s All-Out Battle!!”

The synopsis of the upcoming episode read, “In the tournament between Universe 6 and 7, Frost, from Universe 6, who defeated both Son Goku and Piccolo was confirmed to have stealthily used a poison needle and was disqualified. But, an angry Vegeta says Frost doesn’t need to be disqualified since he’ll defeat him,” reported Yibada.

Meanwhile, the summary of episode 36 was revealed, which hinted that Vegeta was able to defeat Frost. The saiyan prince will be fighting a new opponent from Champa’s team named Magetta, in the episode titled, “An Unexpectedly Tricky Opponent!? Vegeta’s Explosion of Rage!”

The summary of episode 37 may have also hinted the outcome of Vegeta and Magetta’s fight, as it revealed that Vegeta will be fighting Cabba. However, Vegeta will not be allowed to become a super saiyan. Will Vegeta still win?

Episode 35 of “Dragon Ball Super” will air on March 20, while episodes 36 and 37 are expected on March 27 and April 3, respectively.