Jul 22, 2016 10:59 PM EDT

'One Piece' Manga Chapter 833 Spoilers: More Details On Sanji's Life To Be Revealed?

"One Piece" manga chapter 833 spoilers suggested that more details on Sanji's life would be known to loyal readers. It will appear to be an exciting and action-packed installment.

Design&Trend reported that Sanji's father, Jajji, was introduced in "One Piece" manga chapter 832. He is revealed as the commander of Germa 66.

"One Piece" manga chapter 833 will feature Sanji's duel with his father, Jajji. There are speculations that the Straw Hat pirate chooses to use his legs to fight because he refuses to be part of his family, who fights with their fists.

Apparently, the manga would open with Sanji's fight with his father. It is believed that flashbacks from his childhood would be featured in the upcoming installment as well.

"Meanwhile, Sanji's father uses a spear for the battle that emits shockwaves," "One Piece" manga chapter 833 spoilers noted. "When Sanji strikes back, Jajji uses a wall of Germa 66 soldiers as a shield. He pierces Sanji while piercing another soldier, and Sanji loses. Sanji is handcuffed with similar cuffs from the ones seen used by the Tenryubito."

It was revealed that the handcuffs will explode if Sanji tries to escape from the island, similar to Tenryubito's slave collar. "Only Pudding has the key," Jajji said.

According to Yibada, "One Piece" manga chapter 833 would see Jimbei will be involved in a life-altering roulette by Big Mom. He may need to defeat the Yonkou first before he can leave the crew.

As the battle between Jimbei and Big Mom would begin, Tamaro would burst into the room and report about Pekoms. Pedro and Tamago, on the other hand, come closer to finding the Road Poneglyph.

Things are definitely getting more exciting as more chapters are published. Crunchyroll noted that "One Piece" manga creator Eiichiro Oda has revealed that the series is actually 65 percent complete.

The publication speculated that the popular manga series will take another 13 years to finish. This would total to 32 years of production, since Jul. 19, 1997.

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