Hey everyone! One Piece 922 is just around the corner, and in this post, I’ll be discussing my predictions on the upcoming chapter of One Piece with you guys. Make sure that you continue only if you don’t want to be spoiled.
This post contains spoilers from One Piece 921, so please stay away if you haven’t read the chapter yet. However, if you’re not bothered by spoilers, we can continue.
One Piece 922 Spoilers
One Piece 921 gave a good look at Kaido and what he truly is. Kaido turned out to be a dragon, and at this point, it is unclear whether he actually has eaten a Devil Fruit or not. Hopefully, this question will be answered in One Piece 922, along with many other mysteries surrounding Kaido. I think we’ll see Kaido once again, but he’ll vanish soon enough.
From there onwards, I think Jack will try to go and capture the Strawhat Pirates, but Roronoa Zoro will wander in Okobore town and meet him. This should be a perfect opportunity for someone like Zoro to test out his skills. Zoro will definitely be fighting against Jack, and I think he’ll have the help of Shutenmaru as well. Together, they’ll subdue Jack, in my opinion.
I don’t see Jack defeating Luffy, but defeating Zoro is a possibility if Shutenmaru doesn’t help. If Zoro is captured, we could also see him being freed later on, and along with him, Eustass Kid can also be freed. This may be where Oda is going, but again, to me, the likely result here is Jack simply losing to Zoro and Shutenmaru. That’s just how I see Jack being defeated. I also think that we’ll be introduced to a new member of the Beasts pirates soon, maybe another Headliner, or a Calamity.
Where To Read / Download One Piece 922 Online?
There are some unofficial sites that allow you to read One Piece manga. However, even if you read the scanlation, please support the official release by waiting for the official release, which will help the anime and manga community. We will see One Piece return in Jump Issue 48. The scans will be out by Friday next week. One Piece Chapter 922 returns officially on 29 October 2018.