One Piece Anime Reveals Luffy vs Kaido’s Result

One Piece Luffy vs Kaido Fight

One Piece dropped its biggest episode of the Wano Country arc to date earlier today and it’s safe to say that the fans were blown away by it, just like Luffy himself. The previous episode saw Monkey D. Luffy and Kaido begun their fight and we got to see the two clash intensely. With Luffy having beaten Kaido to a pulp, it was inevitable for Kaido to respond. We got to see Kaido hit back in this week’s episode, and Luffy was simply blown away.

One Piece Kaido vs Luffy

One Piece Episode 915 – Luffy vs Kaido Result

The episode made some interesting additions to the story, such as Luffy hitting Kaido with a King Kong Gun as well. The Yonko didn’t even budge by Luffy’s strongest attack, which just goes to show that a Yonko is truly in a league of its own. Nonetheless, the episode was fantastic and surpassed last week’s episode by quite a decent margin. We got to see an interesting fight between the two and comparing it with the manga, it is clear that the anime was much more explosive and dynamic.

We’re looking forward to the next One Piece episode which will likely see Luffy being thrown into a prison and Wano Country Act 1 coming over to a conclusion. We can’t wait for it!

Here’s the synopsis for One Piece:

One Piece is a manga by Eiichiro Oda, a famous mangaka from Japan. The manga began serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump in 1997 and an anime adaptation began in 1999, two years later. One Piece follows the story of Monkey D Luffy, a boy who aims to become the King of the Pirates. Luffy accidentally eats a Devil Fruit that grants him a rubbery body in exchange for his ability to swim. 10 years later, Luffy sets off to sea to find his own crew and find the legendary treasure of the former Pirate King, Gol D. Roger, known as the One Piece.

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