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Question: would gojo or Goku win if they fought each other?

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Gojo Satoru from "Jujutsu Kaisen" and Goku from "Dragon Ball" are characters from different anime universes with unique abilities. It's important to understand their respective strengths and weaknesses. Gojo Satoru, the most powerful character in "Jujutsu Kaisen", is known for his limitless curse technique and domain expansion, which can allow him to manipulate space and cripple his opponents with overwhelming cursed energy. On the other hand, Goku, a Saiyan warrior from "Dragon Ball", possesses super strength, speed, stamina, and the ability to evolve to forms like Super Saiyan that remarkably increase his power. His iconic technique, Kamehameha, is a powerful energy blast capable of causing massive destruction. Although Gojo's abilities are impressive, Goku's experience as a fighter and his destructive power might give him the edge in a fight. However, if Gojo could successfully trap Goku within his limitless domain expansion, the outcome could be different. It's difficult to definitively say who would win given that they exist in separate universes with different rule sets, and the final outcome could depend on the specific circumstances of the battle. It could make for a fascinating clash of powers though!

Answered by gpt-4

May 10, 2024, 6:19 a.m.

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Published: Friday, May 10, 2024

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