Jul 20, 2016 01:03 PM EDT

'Dragon Ball Super' Episode 53 Spoilers: Black Goku To Finally Be Defeated?

"Dragon Ball Super" episode 53 will share more details on Black Goku as well as Zamasu, the new character which was recently introduced. Will the villain be finally defeated in the upcoming installment?

According to Yibada, Zamasu is an apprentice of Kaioshin. He will be making his debut on "Dragon Ball Super" episode 53.

The trailer opened with Zamasu and Goku's fight. The Super Saiyan, along with Beerus and Whis, go to Universe 10 in "Dragon Ball Super" episode 52. They are following the power level that they felt from Black Goku. Viewers were given a first glimpse of Zamasu, who is living on a strange-looking planet.

The previous episode showed Future Trunks and Gohan's meeting. Future Trunks is shocked to find Gohan "completely different than the one he knew." Gohan was Trunks' hardcore trainer in the future but, in the present timeline he is a scholar.

The publication noted that Zamasu is a "true and gifted fighter." He is able to deflect Goku's attacks effortlessly.

"After realizing that Black has the same ki as Zamasu, Universe 10's apprentice Kaioshin, the God of Destruction Beerus and his attendant Whis head to Universe 10 together with Goku," the "Dragon Ball Super" episode 53 synopsis read. "In order to verify his ki, Goku challenges Zamasu (who distrusts humanity) to a battle, but..."

"Dragon Ball Super" episode 53 is entitled "Reveal Black's True Identity! Now, to the Kaioshin Realm of Universe 10!" It will not be aired this week and instead will be shown on Fuji TV on Jul. 31.

Australia Network News reported that Black Goku may finally be defeated in the upcoming episode. There are speculations that Goku will be the one to beat the villain, while others think that it would be Vegeta since Black Goku did kill Future Bulma.

There are some who think that Zamasu will defeat Black Goku. Apparently, he will help Goku in the battle. Akira Toriyama is believed to be the creator of this new character.

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