Saitama stories – Saitama F http://saitama-f.net/ Wed, 12 Oct 2022 04:24:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://saitama-f.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/icon-58-150x150.jpg Saitama stories – Saitama F http://saitama-f.net/ 32 32 Superman versus Saitama, who would win? https://saitama-f.net/superman-versus-saitama-who-would-win/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/superman-versus-saitama-who-would-win/ Saitama, the protagonist of the acclaimed series A punch, has often been compared to comic book icon Superman. This is due to the strength of both characters, who rank among the most powerful creatures in their respective universes. These comparisons have also been the source of much debate surrounding the idea of ​​a battle between […]]]>

Saitama, the protagonist of the acclaimed series A punch, has often been compared to comic book icon Superman. This is due to the strength of both characters, who rank among the most powerful creatures in their respective universes. These comparisons have also been the source of much debate surrounding the idea of ​​a battle between the two.

While Saitama is known to be an unlimited hero with the potential to be the strongest, Superman has always been an icon of power and strength. If they were to face each other in battle one day, who would emerge victorious? The illustrious Superman or One Punch Man’s Saitama? Keep reading to learn more.

Warning: This article reflects the author’s opinion and contains spoilers for the One Punch Man manga.


Could Superman win against Saitama from A punch?

How powerful is Superman?

Clark Kent as seen in the comics (Image via DC Comics)
Clark Kent as seen in the comics (Image via DC Comics)

For decades, Superman has been the icon of what a true hero should be. Not only is he exceptionally strong, but he also has a pure heart that always pushes him to do the right thing. For this reason, we don’t often see Superman’s full power in the comics, as he knows he has to pull his punches against humans.

However, when he unleashes his power, his enemies tremble before his power. A single punch from Clark can wipe out entire cities, if not countries. He also has a plethora of powers that give him the edge in any battle he’s involved in, such as heat vision, icy breath, and flight.

Superman saving civilians (Image via DC Comics)
Superman saving civilians (Image via DC Comics)

All these powers come from the yellow sun that illuminates the Earth. As a Kryptonian, Superman is strengthened by the yellow rays with which our sun envelopes him. The longer and closer to the sun, the more powerful Superman becomes.

Besides being extremely strong, Superman is also one of the fastest heroes in the world. DC Universe. His speed alone is enough to reverse the course of time on Earth, making him able to appear at any point in time he wants.

He is also known for being able to move entire planets without help, as well as stopping giant meteors from destroying Earth. In terms of raw power, few characters in the comic universe have the ability to win a fight against the First Son of Krypton. Unless Kryptonite comes into play, Clark could easily win against many powerful opponents.


How powerful is Saitama?

Saitama as seen in One Punch Man (Image via Studio Madhouse)
Saitama as seen in One Punch Man (Image via Studio Madhouse)

After training day and night for many years, Saitama succeeded in destroying the human Limiters inside the A punch that the universe has had since its birth. This means that Saitama’s power is practically infinite, as he will never stop growing. This power was already powerful enough to destroy any opponent with a single punch at the start of the series.

As the series progressed, Saitama demonstrated that he possessed far more abilities than just power punches. His skin is tough enough to withstand attacks that would destroy planets; he can take a lava bath without complaining, and he is able to breathe and talk in space.

Saitama can be a scary opponent (Image via Studio Madhouse)
Saitama can be a scary opponent (Image via Studio Madhouse)

In the last arc of A punch manga, Saitama’s power and potential have proven to be far beyond what fans thought he possessed. Saitama completely destroyed Jupiter with a single sneeze. All this without even trying to cause harm to the planet.

This incredible power boost comes from Saitama’s lack of limiters. It was recently revealed that the stronger an opponent is, the faster Saitama’s power will adapt to overpower the enemy. The first to notice this fact was Garou, who realized that Saitama’s power increased exponentially as their fight lasted.

This means that if Saitama is not defeated during the first moments of the fight, he will eventually have the power to defeat any opponent with a single punch. And judging by the feats he accomplished during A punchit’s nearly impossible to beat Saitama before his power increases.


Who would win in a fight?

Clark Kent and Saitama proved to be not only incredibly strong, but also resilient and resourceful. During a fight, Superman is likely to have the highest power level during the first moments of the fight. However, as stated earlier, A punch proved that the longer Kal-El fights with Saitama, the stronger the bald hero will become.

Clark likes to hold his power against humans to keep himself from killing them. This means that Saitama will most likely have enough time for his Limiters to help him reach or exceed Superman’s power. After that, the fight would become a contest of endurance, with the toughest fighter being declared the winner.

Until now, we had never seen Saitama get tired during a fight in the A punch manga. However, we’ve seen Clark being outmatched by beings with more stamina than him several times in the comics.

In the end, unless Clark is able to defeat Saitama early in their fight, Saitama will be the clear winner. Not only does his limitless potential help him surpass Clark’s power, but he could also last longer in battle.


Final Thoughts

Saitama is the winner so far (Image via Studio Madhouse)
Saitama is the winner so far (Image via Studio Madhouse)

A punch is a series created with the idea of ​​what would really happen if someone became the most powerful being there is. Saitama’s lack of limits is what makes his character so dangerous, as there is no limit to his power. As we’ve seen many times in the comics, Superman is also incredibly strong, but he has limits to what he can do.

In the end, both One Punch Man’s Saitama and Clark Kent are simply heroes who want to make the world a better place. Having them fight is a fun experience, but no matter who wins, they’re always both amazing and iconic characters who represent what a hero is really about.

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One-Punch Man’s New Power Level Proves Saitama Is Secretly God https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-mans-new-power-level-proves-saitama-is-secretly-god/ Thu, 25 Aug 2022 12:10:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-mans-new-power-level-proves-saitama-is-secretly-god/ Contains spoilers for One-Punch Man Chapter 167! The new epic power level shown by Saitama in One-punch manThe final arc creates a fascinating possibility for God’s true hidden identity, connecting the horrific villain to the series’ titular “hero.” In an epic battle against Garou, Saitama is able to unleash the Zero Causality Fist, traveling back […]]]>

Contains spoilers for One-Punch Man Chapter 167!

The new epic power level shown by Saitama in One-punch manThe final arc creates a fascinating possibility for God’s true hidden identity, connecting the horrific villain to the series’ titular “hero.” In an epic battle against Garou, Saitama is able to unleash the Zero Causality Fist, traveling back in time to eliminate the villain and save his allies.

In One-punch man lore, God is a mysterious being who seems to have a level of power worthy of his name. Little is known about God except that he is apparently trapped in another dimension, willing to lend his incredible powers to others to serve his own agenda, and seems to have a bond with the moon.

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The true identity and program of God are perhaps the greatest questions of One-punch man, however Saitama’s new ability to alter the weather suggests a possible answer. In One Punch Man chapter 167, Saitama’s ally Genos attempts to explain how the hero’s power allowed him to interact with the multiverse, altering events by splitting the original timeline. The moment is played for a joke, as Genos unleashes a long explanation that goes over Saitama’s head, and yet he still subtly introduces this concept to readers. Combined with earlier moments, this almost confirms that it’s possible that God is actually a version of Saitama from another timeline.


With a time-traveling Zero Punch, it becomes clear that Saitama’s power has no upper limit, giving him divine potential – indeed, Garou refers to this technique as “the power of a god” while teaching Saitama how to unlock it. It’s also clear that time can be changed, or at least individuals in a timeline can create a new one. With time travel in the mix, it doesn’t matter if God predates Saitama, as he could easily be a version of the hero who transcended time or reality and now sits outside of both. This concept is supported by many similarities that seem to invite a comparison between God and Saitama. Both are visually similar, with elongated bodies and bald heads, and both are able to extend their limbs through portals. Likewise, it’s easy to see how God’s willingness to lend his power would result from Saitama’s original obsession with finding a worthy challenger, especially if he lost his humanity and went through the monstrosity process. What better way to create a real challenge than by learning to empower others (perhaps training your past to become a worthy challenger)?


There are a few problems with this theory. First, when they first met, God showed no recognition of Saitama. Second, God seems to have limits to his abilities that simply prevent him from fully manifesting on Earth. Third, that God apparently considers Saitama “the fist that rebelled against God”, at least according to his proxies. Of course, this last point could also go in favor of the theory, because it is possible to read this as meaning that God considers Saitama as his own fist, which would make sense if God was a future version of Saitama challenged by his past (or rather a New self-created by timeline modification.)


It is therefore possible (and would be a twist of genius) that the events of One-punch man take place after the original Saitama’s quest for a worthy challenger turned him into a literal god who then changed the timeline, creating the story that fans actually followed – one in which he clashes with a drastically altered version. of himself. It would actually fit One-punch man even in a meta sense, as the popular manga is based on a webcomic that depicts events in a slightly different way. The only way to prove this theory will be to see how One-punch man unfolds, but that certainly seems to be how the creators are tricking fans into thinking, and with that idea in mind, it’s hard not to gaze at the towering form of God and see a cosmically powerful version of the Caped Baldy.


One Punch Man chapter 166 is available to read now on Viz Media.

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Saitama Loses His Strongest Form Before Chapter 171 https://saitama-f.net/saitama-loses-his-strongest-form-before-chapter-171/ Mon, 22 Aug 2022 12:44:37 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/saitama-loses-his-strongest-form-before-chapter-171/ The A punch fanbase is extremely happy with how the association of monsters arc progressed in the series. There’s no doubt that this is the best story arc the series has covered so far in the manga. One of the highlights of this story arc is the fight that took place between Saitama and Garou. […]]]>

The A punch fanbase is extremely happy with how the association of monsters arc progressed in the series. There’s no doubt that this is the best story arc the series has covered so far in the manga. One of the highlights of this story arc is the fight that took place between Saitama and Garou.

The Hero Hunter has undergone multiple transformations and has steadily grown stronger throughout the chapters. The final showdown between the two showed just how strong Saitama is, as Garou was the only character in the whole thing. A punch manga that pulled Caped Baldy’s powers to that extent.

That being said, Saitama seemed to have lost some of his powers recently in the manga series. Let’s take a look at chapters 168 and 169 to see how it turned out.

Disclaimer: This article contains major manga spoilers. Sportskeeda does not claim ownership of the materials used, unless otherwise stated.


A punch : Understand how Saitama weakened in the manga

If we look at chapter 168, the two were clashing on Io, one of Jupiter’s moons. While it looked like Garou was capable of pushing Saitama to his limits, we realized the Caped Baldy was much stronger than we had anticipated. Two very important points were highlighted aside from the fact that Saitama miraculously launched Garou’s portals. The first thing that was pointed out was that Saitama’s potential was limitless. Second, he was constantly growing even though no one was strong enough to tap into his true potential.

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The reason Garou was able to observe Saitama’s growth was because he was the only one strong enough to draw Saitama’s power. Garou did a great job in that he was the only opponent able to withstand not one, but multiple moves from Saitama’s serious streak. However, after giving up against Saitama, he saw what happened to Tareo and realized all his misdeeds. In an attempt to fix his mistakes, he placed his trust in Saitama and taught him his ultimate technique, which allowed Saitama to time travel.

Saitama was not only able to time travel, but he also reversed the causality rate. The A punch The protagonist felt a lot of guilt when Genos was killed. He believed he lacked the sense of timing that any good hero has to save people. When Saitama returned to the original timeline in Chapter 169 of A punch, Genos appreciated Saitama for saving the heroes in no time. However, the most important thing in this chapter was that Saitama had no memory of time travel, or how he managed to do it in the first place.

#OnePunchMan Chapter 169 SPOILERS

– Genos is the only one who knows what happened thanks to the memories of the core.
– Everyone wanted to kill Garou, but King’s engine silenced everyone.
– Garou fleeing the scene.
– Metal Knight came to start the fallout elimination.

The Caped Baldy, who was already the strongest character in the series, became much stronger after learning how to time travel. But, upon reaching the current timeline, Saitama lost his ability to time travel, an ability only Genos now remembers due to his core being replaced. So, this is how the Caped Baldy weakened in chapter 169 of One punch man.


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One-Punch Man Unleashes Saitama’s Scariest Power In Viral New Chapter https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-man-unleashes-saitamas-scariest-power-in-viral-new-chapter/ Thu, 07 Jul 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-man-unleashes-saitamas-scariest-power-in-viral-new-chapter/ The impossible happened in One-punch man: A villain has arrived who can survive one of Saitama’s “serious punches”. Over the course of the action-packed anime series, the hero for fun has desperately searched for a villain who can survive an encounter with him and it seems hero killer Garou is the first to fit the […]]]>

The impossible happened in One-punch man: A villain has arrived who can survive one of Saitama’s “serious punches”. Over the course of the action-packed anime series, the hero for fun has desperately searched for a villain who can survive an encounter with him and it seems hero killer Garou is the first to fit the bill. With Garou gaining the power of an evil god, the blows between hero and villain tear reality apart, with Saitama getting the opportunity to really go wild for perhaps the first time in the series.

For starters, Garou unleashed a number of punches capable of knocking Saitama back, the hero having fun latching onto Genos’ core at the same time. Growing more serious with each passing second, One-Punch Man unleashes an attack titled “Serious Table Flip” which destroys the alien world the two fighters are on. The protagonist is then able to deliver his “serious omnidirectional punch”, which still isn’t enough to defeat Garou, proving that the two could actually be on equal footing. Needless to say, this final chapter blew fans away as you will see below.

What do you think of the biggest fight of Saitama’s career so far? Will Garou do the impossible and actually defeat the hero for fun? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of One-Punch Man.

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How did Saitama break his Limiters in One Punch Man? https://saitama-f.net/how-did-saitama-break-his-limiters-in-one-punch-man/ Sun, 22 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/how-did-saitama-break-his-limiters-in-one-punch-man/ Saitama, the protagonist of A punch, is the strongest character that has been introduced in the shonen anime and manga series so far. Ever since fans witnessed his strength against some of the most powerful villains, they’ve started to wonder about his source. Besides the source of his strength, the A punch the fanbase wants […]]]>

Saitama, the protagonist of A punch, is the strongest character that has been introduced in the shonen anime and manga series so far. Ever since fans witnessed his strength against some of the most powerful villains, they’ve started to wonder about his source.

Besides the source of his strength, the A punch the fanbase wants to understand if the Caped Baldy broke his limiters. This article attempts to identify its limiters. He tries to figure out how he managed to break them as well as when he did it and if he did it at all.


How did the Caped Baldy break the limiter in

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It’s a very difficult analysis to pull off simply because the series doesn’t specifically mention Saitama’s Limiters. Initially, the Caped Baldy was an ordinary human being who was extremely vulnerable and wanted to be a hero for fun. However, what really surprised everyone A punch fanbase was his training regimen that earned him his superhuman strength in the first place.

Some Reddit fans have already taken part in discussions regarding Caped Baldy’s Limiters. One way to understand them is to compare the character to someone like Garou, who is one of the strongest antagonists Saitama has faced so far in the series.

A variable tied to a character’s limiter is talent. Saitama is far less talented than someone like Garou since the latter has been confirmed to be a fighting prodigy. This was seen when he fought Bang during the association of monsters bow.

Therefore, fans feel that Saitama may have broken his Limiters at some point during the early stages of the series. Some of them believe that you have to be exposed, or rather be in a life-threatening situation to break through your limiters. However, it makes more sense to view the aforementioned situation as an enabler and not as a minimum requirement.

Saitama’s training regimen of 100 push-ups, 10 kilometer runs, 100 sit-ups, and 100 squats gave him superhuman strength. And it would be hard to understand when he broke his limiters because ever since Saitama lost his hair, he’s become ridiculously strong.

It is very likely that the protagonist of A punch was able to break his limiters simply because of the intensity of the workout routine, considering this is someone who clearly struggled against someone like Crablante.

This is one of the most likely explanations for how he broke his limiters. Some fans might say that breaking such low limiters resulting in such high power levels doesn’t make sense. However, it is important to remember that A punch is an animanga gag series, and therefore not everything has to make complete sense and adhere to logic.


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One-Punch Man Knows Saitama’s Toughest Enemy Isn’t A Real Villain https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-man-knows-saitamas-toughest-enemy-isnt-a-real-villain/ Thu, 12 May 2022 23:40:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-man-knows-saitamas-toughest-enemy-isnt-a-real-villain/ With so much time in the spotlight, the question of whether Garou is an anti-hero or a villain is often on fans’ minds, but Saitama has already decided. Warning: Contains spoilers for Chapter 161 of One-punch man As the long-awaited brawl between the ultimate budding monster Garou and the strongest secret hero Saitama continues in […]]]>

With so much time in the spotlight, the question of whether Garou is an anti-hero or a villain is often on fans’ minds, but Saitama has already decided.

Warning: Contains spoilers for Chapter 161 of One-punch man

As the long-awaited brawl between the ultimate budding monster Garou and the strongest secret hero Saitama continues in One-punch man, the question hasn’t been who will win as much as how far the fight will go. The final chapter offers an answer to that question by showing what Saitama thinks of Garou, even if that prospect only serves to exasperate him.

Chapter 161 of the English version (ch. 163 in Japanese) continued with the highly anticipated confrontation of Garou and Saitama, a fight that lasted over 100 chapters. How this fight will end is a bit of a mystery, even despite the existence of the One-punch man webcomic that has progressed far past this story arc. The manga has placed much more emphasis on Garou, to the point that he arguably shares protagonist duties with Saitama. It’s hard to imagine this fight ending with either character dying, and Saitama has made it clear that he’s not interested in killing a human, only monsters. Garou, on the other hand, seems to think knocking Saitama down is the only option, and he says he has no such constraints.

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As the two continue to fight in Chapter 161, Saitama points out throughout the battle that Garou’s actions haven’t exactly been that of a villain – actions like rescuing a child from the Monster Association or helping the heroes to fight the gargantuan Centisennin doing this looks pathetic. Despite what Garou might say or think, actions speak louder than words, and his actions since the appearance of the Monster Association have been largely heroic. The chapter then proves this point in hilarious fashion, as every attack Garou attempts on Saitama ends with another heroic deed: first, he blows up a pile of rubble and destroyed buildings, unlocking the exit to the emergency bunkers. and freeing dozens of survivors trapped inside. Then, as their fight brings them closer to a volcano that has been pushed to eruption by all the seismic activity in the area, Garou’s attack destroys part of the mountain, causing lava to flow from a nearby town and again saving hundreds of lives. The very universe of One-punch man undermines Garou’s badness at every turn, and nothing could anger him more than that.



Even back when he hunted heroes, Garou didn’t kill them – a fact that sets him apart from other similar hero hunting characters like my hero academiait is the stain. Although he views the heroes as corrupt or just bullies, he still spared them, which is definitely a non-villainous act. Its stated goal is a sort of nihilistic equality: everyone should be treated equally badly, and that’s preferable to a world where some (like heroes) are treated better than others. And One-punch man didn’t shy away from casting some of its best heroes as objectively evil people, with Metal Knight certainly high on the list due to its ruthless approach to the meteor incident. However, the heroes have improved throughout this arc, as has Garou, and this fact reveals the flaw in his thinking: things can get better without his forced equality of suffering.


A total face-heel turn to the side of good for Garou seems unlikely, but at the same time, it’s hard to imagine what the manga would be like now without his character. Whatever the future One-punch manwhat Garou’s manga has in store for Garou, he’s already been given enough proof that what he thinks he wants isn’t what he actually wants. All he has to do now is realize this fact and accept it.

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8 Naruto Characters Saitama Could Beat https://saitama-f.net/8-naruto-characters-saitama-could-beat/ Mon, 09 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/8-naruto-characters-saitama-could-beat/ Aside from Lord Boros, most monsters can’t handle a single punch from Saitama in One-punch man. Saitama yawns when hitting monsters, as he barely puts the slightest effort into his fights and always comes out victorious. Consequently, he finds his job as a hero boring and not fulfilling enough for him throughout the series. RELATED: […]]]>

Aside from Lord Boros, most monsters can’t handle a single punch from Saitama in One-punch man. Saitama yawns when hitting monsters, as he barely puts the slightest effort into his fights and always comes out victorious. Consequently, he finds his job as a hero boring and not fulfilling enough for him throughout the series.



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Place Saitama in the world of naruto would give him many tough opponents to face, such as Naruto Uzumaki and Sasuke Uchiha. However, there would still be several naruto characters that pose as little of a threat as the monsters Saitama faces. Simply put, Saitama’s speed and strength would provide overwhelming power to these characters.

8 Shikamaru’s intelligence sometimes doesn’t make up for his lack of physical strength.

Shikamaru has a reputation for winning fights using tactics in conjunction with his Shadow Possession Jutsu. Nevertheless, Saitama’s speed would allow him to avoid Shikamaru’s Shadow Possession Jutsu.

Saitama shows he can outrun fast characters such as Speed-o’-Sound Sonic while Shikamaru doesn’t have many speed feats. Also, Shikamaru doesn’t have many defensive options in his arsenal, so he can’t do much to protect himself from Saitama’s punch.

seven Tsunade and Saitama can hit hard but Saitama is faster

Like Saitama, Tsunade can shoot other characters with a single punch. She uses chakra to greatly amplify the force with which she strikes her opponents. Saitama has the speed to react and dodge Tsunade’s punches, but can Tsunade evade Saitama’s attacks?

Tsunade lacks the speed abilities to prove she can get out of the way in time to dodge. Tsunade can heal punches from Saitama, but at some point she is doomed to run out of chakra, leading to Saitama’s victory.

6 Izanagi can’t protect Danzo forever

Danzo can use Izanagi to temporarily grant him immortality. However, he can only use this ability a certain number of times, as he would eventually run out of Sharingan to use. Danzo also doesn’t have incredible fighting skills, as Sasuke could shoot him multiple times. Saitama simply has to exploit Danzo’s lack of durability to win the fight.

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Danzo’s arsenal has nothing that can deal significant damage as Saitama has the speed to evade his attacks. Saitama can hit him again and again until Danzo runs out of Sharingan to use and deliver the finishing blow.

5 Jiraiya’s Sage mode is not enough

Although Jiraiya is known as one of the Three Sannin, he cannot match Saitama’s sheer power. Sage Mode allows Jiraiya to boost his sensory abilities, but in his fight against Pain, he shows that he cannot react to multiple attacks. Also, if Saitama hits him, Jiraiya has nothing to revive himself.

Jiraiya can’t heal himself like Tsunade can, so it’s highly unlikely he’ll be able to survive a single punch from Saitama. Jiraiya’s sound-based Genjutsu wouldn’t work either, as Genjutsu requires disruption of the opponent’s chakra, which Saitama doesn’t have.

4 Samehada does not give the advantage to Kisame

Kisame is considered one of the strongest members of Akatsuki. However, the advantages it enjoys over other naruto characters do not apply to Saitama. For example, his sword, Samehada, can absorb opponents’ chakra, but Saitama doesn’t need chakra to fight.

Additionally, although Kisame’s Aquatic Prison Shark Dance technique allows him to drown his opponents in a massive dome of water, Saitama has the speed to dodge it or even knock Kisame before he can activate. the technique.


3 Gaara’s sand can’t protect him from everything

Gaara’s sand can move to shield him from any incoming attacks. However, at a certain point, the sand can’t keep up with the faster characters. For example, once Rock Lee takes off his weights during the Chunin Exams, Gaara’s sand can’t keep up and as a result, Lee lands several clean shots.

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Additionally, Gaara uses Ninjutsu as his primary method of attack while he rarely uses Taijutsu techniques. Therefore, Saitama would have the upper hand in close combat.

2 Deidara has nothing to stop Saitama

Deidara can attack from long range using his clay bombs, but Saitama can easily close the distance with his speed to force Deidara into close combat. Deidara’s C0 shouldn’t be a problem for Saitama either. Sasuke has time to summon Manda, put Manda in a Genjutsu, and hide to avoid receiving a killing blow from C0.

If Sasuke can do all of that before C0 can punch him, then Saitama has enough time to escape with his unparalleled speed. A single punch from Saitama should end the fight in seconds.

1 Neji’s soft fist is futile against Saitama

The purpose of the Gentle Fist is to block the flow of chakra from the opponent. Saitama has no chakra, so a lot of Neji’s attacks wouldn’t work. The Byakugan would allow Neji to see Saitama coming towards him from any direction except for a single small blind spot. But Neji has no feat that shows he can react to Saitama.

For example, Kisame is not known to be a fast character, but Neji does not react to the water prison jutsu from one of Kisame’s clones. Thus, it is highly unlikely that Neji will be able to escape Saitama’s attacks.

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One-Punch Man Confirms Saitama’s True Weakness https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-man-confirms-saitamas-true-weakness/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 23:40:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-man-confirms-saitamas-true-weakness/ One-Punch Man finally reveals what might be the only weakness of its superpowered protagonist, Saitama. But will Garou be able to exploit it? Warning: Contains spoilers for Chapter 163 of One-punch man The hit manga One-punch man finally revealed what might be its superpowered protagonist’s only weakness, Saitama. While possessing the power, speed, and stamina […]]]>

One-Punch Man finally reveals what might be the only weakness of its superpowered protagonist, Saitama. But will Garou be able to exploit it?

Warning: Contains spoilers for Chapter 163 of One-punch man

The hit manga One-punch man finally revealed what might be its superpowered protagonist’s only weakness, Saitama. While possessing the power, speed, and stamina above anyone and anything that has appeared in the series, Saitama lacks technique and proper combat training, which is exploited by his opponent the most powerful to date, the “Hero Hunter” Garou.

fans of One-punch man know that this unique twist on the fighting shonen genre is built around the principle that its protagonist is stronger than everyone else. Saitama’s absurd power is often used in the series for comedic purposes, but it also caused this hit manga by One and Yusuke Murata to develop its storytelling in unusual ways. Most of the time, One-punch man is a superhero-themed shonen, depicting the Hero Association’s professional heroes’ battles against various monsters. The “regular” heroes must struggle to beat their opponents, usually coming to the brink of defeat, until Saitama shows up and completely humiliates the villains. The series also put a lot of effort into creating an antagonist Garou, a martial artist who, pushing his body beyond its physical limits every time, gains incredible power that makes him the manga’s most dangerous villain.

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After a long build-up, the long-awaited fight between Saitama and Garou has finally begun. Like everyone before him, Garou is shocked by Saitama’s ridiculous strength, but is quickly able to find a way to deal with it. Chapter 163 shows that Garou’s fighting style is actually throwing Saitama off his game, to the point where the bald hero has to admit that “the strange way“Garou’s moves cause him to miss his shots. For his part, Garou recognizes Saitama’s superior physical abilities, but he is still convinced that he can win due to his opponent’s lack of technique. As a master martial artist , Garou can predict Saitama’s movements and exploit his many openings.



Saitama, in fact, has no combat training. He relies on his monstrous physical abilities to win fights, and his so-called techniques are nothing more than regular punches or basic movements. Garou, on the other hand, has developed his own unique fighting style, the Monster Calamity God Slayer Fist, the amalgamation of the many styles he learned and absorbed during his fights. Garou’s former master, 3rd Rank S-Class Hero Silver Fang, once demonstrated how an extremely refined martial art can allow an ordinary human to defeat a monster with superior physical qualities. In this case, Garou also has a “monsterized” body – which continues to evolve as the fight progresses – so he has the perfect combination of power and technique. Finally, he is aware that no matter how strong Saitama is, his internal organs can still be damaged, and that’s what he aims for.


However, despite Garou’s best efforts, Saitama is still toying with him, holding back his power and firing his punches, as he has already realized that Garou isn’t actually a monster. Saitama doesn’t fight to kill, as he does against ordinary monsters, but to make Garou realize his mistakes. In the original webcomic published by One, Garou was the only enemy that made Saitama look a bit serious, but he was still completely defeated in the end. It will be interesting to see if the digital manga will follow the same story or, as has happened in the past, take a different direction. Regardless of the outcome, Garou correctly identified that Saitama’s only weakness (besides being terrible at video games) is his lack of technique and martial arts training. Perhaps a future adversary, even stronger than Garou, will be able to exploit Saitamaeffectively the weak point, and finally give the bald protagonist some One-punch man the challenge he has dreamed of for so long.


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One-Punch Man’s Saitama is about to unleash his strongest move ever https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-mans-saitama-is-about-to-unleash-his-strongest-move-ever/ Sat, 09 Apr 2022 12:01:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-mans-saitama-is-about-to-unleash-his-strongest-move-ever/ Saitama showed off his strongest and most ridiculous move in the fight against Garou in the webcomic, and it’s about to happen in the manga as well. fans of One-punch man can barely contain their excitement as the biggest fight of the series has finally begun. The unbeatable “hero for hobby”, Saitama, faces the “Hero […]]]>

Saitama showed off his strongest and most ridiculous move in the fight against Garou in the webcomic, and it’s about to happen in the manga as well.

fans of One-punch man can barely contain their excitement as the biggest fight of the series has finally begun. The unbeatable “hero for hobby”, Saitama, faces the “Hero Hunter” Garou who has almost completed his transformation into a monster. Due to the original One-punch man webcomic, which already showed this part of the story, fans of the series know that during this battle Saitama will unleash one of his most devastating attacks, the absurd “Serious Table Flip”.

One-punch man tells the story of Saitama, an average man who became a hero “as a hobby” according to him, but in fact to follow his strong sense of justice. For unexplained reasons, Saitama has gained strength that goes beyond anyone and anything else in the world, leading to the annoying (for him) situation where he ends any fight with a single punch. Saitama’s ridiculous power is the basis of the manga, which is a parody of the superhero and shonen genres. The casting of secondary characters is crucial for One-punch manas these are the “regular” heroes who must fight off powerful monsters and opponents, often facing insurmountable odds, culminating in a climax where Saitama shows up and finishes everything with a punch, usually without anyone talking. notice it.

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Over the course of the series, Saitama exhibited a series of attacks perfectly in line with the parody tone of the manga. They are divided into two groups: normal series and serious series. For the normal streak, Saitama puts very little effort into his attacks, which look very loose, but due to his tremendous strength and speed, they easily finish off their opponents. In Serious Series, Saitama still doesn’t put much effort into his attacks, but his face looks more serious. These movements are much more impressive than his “normal” movements: they have been shown to separate clouds on a global scale or split the ocean in two, but Saitama doesn’t really consider them something Special. So far, the digital manga has shown Serious Punch, Serious Side Hops, and Serious Squirt Gun. A fourth technique, and arguably the most outlandish, may be coming soon, based on the webcomic.



The webcomic has already shown the fight between Saitama and Garou, which just started in the digital manga. At one point, Saitama digs his fingers into the ground and uses “Serious Table Flip”, which essentially flips an entire section of the city they’re fighting thousands of feet into the sky. The film is so powerful and sudden that Garou’s sense of gravity and balance are severely affected, making him feel like a caged insect that a child is playing with. A Quora user calculated how much force this would actually require in real life, and it’s beyond belief.

One-punch man does a great job of creating an eerie but rewarding mix of feelings in his readers. They know that when Saitama shows up, his ridiculous power will overwhelm any current threat, however, rather than being annoying or disappointing, it creates even more expectation for when he shows his strength and humiliates the villain. The Serious Table Flip move was exactly one of those epic moments, and fans can’t stop talking about it and referencing it as one of Saitama’s most ridiculous, yet awesome moments.


The readers of the One-punch man the digital manga should be excited for when the Serious Table Flip is displayed by Yusuke Murata’s gorgeous art.

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Why is Saitama so strong? The true source of his power https://saitama-f.net/why-is-saitama-so-strong-the-true-source-of-his-power/ Mon, 07 Mar 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/why-is-saitama-so-strong-the-true-source-of-his-power/ Saitama in serious mode One-Punch Man is a popular Manga-based anime series of the same name, which is based on a web comic of the same name. The protagonist of this show is Saitama, a normal human who is skinny and bald. This is all a normal thing until he gets his costume back and […]]]>
Saitama in serious mode

One-Punch Man is a popular Manga-based anime series of the same name, which is based on a web comic of the same name. The protagonist of this show is Saitama, a normal human who is skinny and bald. This is all a normal thing until he gets his costume back and becomes a hero. As the name suggests, this character can defeat anyone with a single punch, no matter if it’s a normal human being or an alien.

He comes from a place where monsters are everyday things and they roam all the streets. It also happens that there is a hero association that manages these monsters with the help of heroes registered under it. Saitama starts fighting monsters independently until he meets Genos and realizes that he can do this job for a living in the Hero Association. As the plot progresses, we learn that this world is infested with powerful monsters.

So let’s go and find out why Saitama is so strong?

The World of One-Punch Man

You may or may not have noticed, but the world of One-Punch Man is very different from a normal world. It has monsters roaming around every corner. The monsters themselves share a story that is sometimes unique and funny in a way. For example, the first monster Saitama encountered, Crablante, became like this after eating lots and lots of crabs. A monster turned into a car type because it customized itself.

So the main point that comes out of this is that if you do something repeatedly, whether you’re less passionate or more passionate, you become transformed into that thing.

What is Saitama?

One of the most basic theories regarding Saitama’s early life is that he’s definitely not a normal human. His training led to a storyline where we see Saitama easily defeat any monster with just one punch. The fact that why didn’t the main enemies of the Hero Association, the Monster Association (MA), take a stand on the discovery of the guy who eliminates all monsters in the ghost town Z-city? He usually finishes the monsters he encounters, which only leads to rumors. No one knew the true potential of this simple-looking hero.

Why is Saitama so strong then?

Well, the main answer is already given by the protagonist himself. As he stated, humans are so special because we can change ourselves. Only humans can devote themselves fully to anything if they want to. In one of the Manga chapters, we know the main reason behind this thanks to Dr. Genus, the guy from House Of Evolution. He said that Saitama’s strength was far beyond any human evolution through cybernetics or practical evolution.

Saitama withdrew his Limiter.

An image from One-Punch Man season 1 episode 3

What is the limiter?

Dr. Genus explains that every being has a limit to their growth. Too much power brings burdens to the bearer which creates problems, they might become a raging and senseless monster, that’s why God created every living being with a range of growth that ensures their sanity and survival. This growth restriction is called Limiter. However, Saitama pushed himself so far that he exceeded his limits and removed his limiter.

Moreover, he added that humans become monsters because of the desire to become something else through their bad habits, complexity, or an outburst of unfulfilled frustration. They begin their transformation due to their environment causing an abnormality in their cells. At the same time, others are made thanks to the Power of chemicals as well as his research. Many cases of non-human lifeforms becoming monsters due to pollution and the like have also been discovered. However, they become completely different beings that have nothing to do with his Limiter being removed.

Examples of this would be sea people or extraterrestrial monsters in a broader sense, but they were such sentient beings to begin with. In the case of heroes, they are born with enough potential, genius intellect, and Esper powers. But Saitama is different. He is a regular who paved the way for limits and broke his LIMITER. He’s not the only one who’s broken the fundamental limits of the human power limit, but Saitama is considered far stronger than any other being seen in the series to date. There’s a lot more to explain the origin of Saitama’s powers.

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