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Ask AI: Who would win, Yamcha with 10 years of training in Hyperbolic Time Chamber vs Caulifla who just started fighting one day

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Question: Who would win, Yamcha with 10 years of training in Hyperbolic Time Chamber vs Caulifla who just started fighting one day

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While the outcome of a hypothetical battle like this could depend on many variables, based on what we know from the Dragon Ball series, Caulifla would likely have the upper hand despite Yamcha's extensive training in the Hyperbolic Time Chamber. Even though Yamcha is far from the weakest character in the series, he is less powerful compared to most Saiyans. His potential for growth might not be as great as Caulifla's, a natural fighter and one of the first female Saiyans introduced with the ability to attain Super Saiyan form. In the series, she demonstrates rapid power level increase in a short span of time. However, the 10 years of focused training in the Hyperbolic Time Chamber could theoretically have given Yamcha significant power boosts, but it is debatable whether it would be enough to compete with Caulifla's natural Saiyan capabilities. It's important to note that battles in Dragon Ball are often contingent on plot requirements and inspiration in the moment, so the definitive answer could change given different circumstances or contexts.

Answered by gpt-4

March 28, 2024, 1:27 p.m.

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Published: Thursday, March 28, 2024

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