The Two Characters Who Will Become The Next Hokage — Explained


Hey guys. Ever since Boruto started, fans have been under the impression that Naruto is going to die sooner or later in the series. We haven’t got any concrete proof about it, except for the fact that the Hidden Leaf was in a complete mess when Boruto and Kawaki fought. This has been on the mind of the fans ever since the series started. I’m not here to discuss this particular topic. However, we know that we will see some new Hokage in Boruto.

It’s fairly obvious because even Naruto and Sasuke won’t last for ever. So, this brings me to out current topic. The next two Hokage of the Hidden Leaf. The next two Hokage will be Sarada and Konohamaru. The Eight Hokage will be Konohamaru Sarutobi and the Ninth will be Sarada Uchiha. Now, I will move towards the reason why they will become the Hokage.

All the Hokages are related to previous ones in a certain way. It may be directly or indirectly. First, Hashirama and Tobirama. Both of them are brothers. They were the first two Hokage of the Hidden Leaf. The Third Hokage was Hiruzen Sarutobi. Hiruzen was Tobirama’s pupil. The first three were definitely related to each other. Now moving on, Hiruzen was Jiraiya and Tsunade’s teacher. Jiraiya was the teacher of the Fourth Hokage, Minato Namikaze. Also, it is worth mentioning that Jiraiya was nominated to Hokage many times but always turned it down. So we cleared up to the Four Hokage. Tsunade is the Granddaughter of Hashirama Senju, the First Hokage and she was also the student of the Third Hokage. Now, moving on, Minato was Kakashi’s sensei. Kakashi succeeded Tsunade as the Hokage when the Fourth Great Ninja War ended. Kakashi was the teacher of Naruto, who is the Seventh Hokage.

Naruto is also the son of Minato, the Fourth Hokage. So, as I said that Naruto will be succeeded by Konohamaru and later by Sarada. Naruto has been the teacher of Konahamaru. He is also the grandson of Hiruzen. So, Konohamaru would become the Eighth Hokage. Towards the end of the series, Sarada Uchiha will succeed him.

Sarada is the student of the Eighth Hokage and he is close to Naruto as well. Unless Naruto dies at a very old age, Sarada would be too young to become Hokage when it’s time to choose a successor. That is why someone older to would be chosen as the successor.
That’s it from me.


New Theory Proves That Minato Was Actually [SPOILER]

Hey guys. Naruto series has come to end a long time however, Kishimoto-sensei certainly left us a few questions…well more than just a few. Towards the end of the series, we saw Naruto undergo a transformation. He was starting to look more and more like the Sage of the Six Paths. Not like physically but his aura and everything spiritual. Even the Tailed Beats admitted it.

Kurama even momentarily thought that he was the Sage of Six Paths. It is kind of obvious by now that he is the real descendant of one of the two sons. Now, to be the the descendant of Sage of Six Paths, he would need to have some link within the family tree, which is the Senju tree. He is the reincarnation of Asura but that isn’t the enough proof. So, now let’s take a look at his lineage. Naruto was born to Minato Namikaze and Kushina Uzumaki. We know that the Uzumaki are one of the most well known clans in the series. However, have you ever heard of the Namikazes? The answer is simple. No. They simply don’t exist. Naruto has to be a Senju on some side, and my bet is on Minato. So, that brings us to the theory which is, Minato is Tsunade and Dan’s son.

First of all, let us go through the obvious evidence. Minato has yellow-ish hair, lighter than Tsunade’s, but she’s still the only person in the village with a similar hair color. Now, if you combine it with Dan’s white hair, wouldn’t make some kind of yellow-ish mix? Yes. Moving on to the second one, Tsunade’s brother, Nawaki. He looks exactly like Naruto, and Dan even mistook Naruto for Nawaki.
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