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Son-Goku (pro) VS Saitama (con)

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Started: 3/28/2018 Category: Movies
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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The biggest discussion in anime history will finally come to a conclusion. Who is stronger, Saitama or Goku?

First round acceptance.
You may use OP manga up until chapter 135 and the season 1 of the anime.
You may use the whole DB and DBZ manga and anime, and up until DBS chapter 34 and episode 131.
No reference to non-canon sources (like movies)
No forfeiting


Saitama has so far killed every single enemy he has faced with one single punch, and these are some pretty strong super villains.
In the final fight of the anime up to date against lord Boros: Saitama was sent flying all the way to the moon. How strong could he really be? In the anime it only takes a total of 9 seconds for his "trip" flying back to earth. Thing is that the moon is over 284 000 km away. That means that he has had to travel at a speed of at least 43 000 km/second. PER SECOND; I would like to see Goku fly that fast.
HEHE GOOD LUCK BEATIN THAT MATE: last thing I remember, It took Goku several months to scale the snake way, only traveling at 235 km/h. How much faster do you really think could Goku become?
Debate Round No. 1


Before I start I just need need to get one thing out of the way. Saitama is a gag character and his purpose is to just be able to take all enemies down with just one punch. If a crossover was ever made they would probably be even matched for it too be fun or Saitama would just defeat Goku with one punch. So for the sake of this debate let's try to find out who is actually stronger based on their feats.

According too you when Saitama traveled back to earth he was about 660'000x faster then when Goku scaled the snake way. On the way back on the snake way it took less then 2 days for Goku. That means he was about 15x faster. His maximum straight then without kaioken was about 8000 then. When fighting freezer he is confirmed to be 3'000'000 in base form which is 375x stronger. When turning to Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan his straight is multiplied by 200'000x. That's more then 300 million times stronger then when he scaled the snake way minimum, since his base straight has increased since. That means he is at least 450 times stronger.

When Saitama fought Boros even thought he didn't fight all out he said to Boros that he was really strong. When Saitama didn't fight back he took damage. And Boros can destroy a planet at full power. That's about what Vegeta could do that in the saying arc, when his strength level was about 18'000. If Saitama would have to have be more then 100'000'000x stronger then Boros.
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Debate Round No. 4
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Posted by LeMiddleMan 3 years ago
Saitama is super strong. I think he is the strongest character in anime. Ever.
Posted by USUALLYxFACTS 3 years ago
Goku has to use different levels of a power and wasn't he essentially a creature in which he was to destroy human kind but yet he hasn't done any harm purposefully and cant kill a anyone with one single hit like saitama can the only person saitama couldn't kill with a single hit was lord boros and even then boros being the strongest creature known to existence was ultimately and inevitably defeated with 3-5 hits IF THAT.
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