How is Saitama stronger than Goku?

Did Saitama come from A punch stronger than Goku? This debate has been going on for years, and fans continue to have this debate. Ever since Saitama’s introduction, people have started talking about why the Caped Baldy of A punch is stronger than Goku.

At this point, it’s become a meme, and every strong character is compared to Goku. The line “Can the character beat Goku, though?” is quite popular. This article explores how Saitama could be stronger than Goku.

Reason why Saitama from A punch could beat Goku

The only reason Saitama could beat Goku is because he’s a gag character and therefore has no limit to his powers. It is extremely difficult to determine the winner of this fight because A punch the manga didn’t reveal any villains strong enough to take on Saitama, and it’s highly unlikely that they will.

The charm of A punch lies in the fact that logic is absent from the series. Saitama got strong because he did 100 push-ups, 100 squats, 100 sit-ups and 10 kilometer runs every day. An Olympic runner probably does this routine as basic endurance training. Corn A punch features the likes of Garou, who has spent his life strengthening every part of his body and perfecting martial arts techniques.

However, he suddenly falls against Saitama. If anything, Saitama, in reality, would have ridiculous cardiovascular endurance, and Mumen Rider is probably the only one who can give him his money’s worth.

Goku fueled himself by training, but a lot of his power scaling is due to him being an extremely talented fighter. While dragonball is by no means realistic, there is a clear attempt to use justification to justify why Goku is strong.


Comparing the two characters at the moment isn’t fair as the manga hasn’t revealed a character that can take on Saitama. Therefore, it is difficult to determine its strength based on the content we have. But Saitama can beat Goku because he technically has no limit to his powers, and that’s how the character was written for. One punch man.

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