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Is boruto going to be strong in the new boruto manga?

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Started: 5/25/2016 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 12 months ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Sydonay

Con

Open to anyone who is a fan of Naruto and thinks we will see great things with the new manga. First of all let me just start with saying why I think Boruto isn't going to be great at all. Also facts will solely be based off the movie any and all facts that are from the new manga or Gaiden are irrelevant in this debate. First off unlike his dad he doesn't have any tailed beasts and from the movie (http://myanimelist.net...) we can see he can barely even make a small rasengan unlike Naruto. As seen here http://66.media.tumblr.com... he can indeed throw it though but it is indeed small. Also it doesn't have much of an impact.

You can argue Boruto is young but then again Naruto at his age could easily make a decently sized rasengan. He even fought Orchimaru, Sasuke, and the sound four at the same age! Boruto is not showing much early talent he even holds back his team in the movie cheating his way through the Chunin exams. Boruto is like Naruto except he has nothing to show for it, it also doesn't help he doesn't even have the nine tails. Also to conclude my argument he doesn't even have byakugan. Thanks that will be all from me for now.
Prepare2Lose

Pro

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Debate Round No. 1
Sydonay

Con

Well your debate had loads of informative properties on Yo Gabba Gabba! You sadden me. I just wanted to rant about why Boruto sucks and my reasons for thinking he sucks. Yet you give me this. Im saddened.
Prepare2Lose

Pro

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Debate Round No. 2
Sydonay

Con

Good plan
Prepare2Lose

Pro

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