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The most unexpected video of the year has to do with David Bisbal, ‘Dragon Ball,’ and the Cell saga

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The most unexpected video of the year has to do with David Bisbal, ‘Dragon Ball,’ and the Cell saga
Randy Meeks

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It seems that we had already had enough of David Bisbal in 2023 after his viral “How are the machines, first of all,” but, on the brink of a new edition of ‘Operación Triunfo,’ the singer seems not to tire of giving us epic moments every time a microphone is put in front of him. Taking advantage of promoting his documentary, he has granted interviews to everyone. Including Twitch.

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During the Latin Grammys, Illojuan, the famous streamer, interrupted him midway through his round of interviews to ask a globally resonant question, one of those that defines people. “Your favorite Dragon Ball saga, what is it?” And his answer makes perfect sense. After a while of contemplating, Bisbal ended up saying what we all think.

I really liked the Cell Games tournament, after that, they’ve gone crazy,” referring to ‘Dragon Ball Super‘ (though surprisingly, not to the Boo saga in ‘Dragon Ball Z,’ which is a whole different story). “Now with all the different worlds, time travel, and everything, it’s all become too much for me, honestly.”

In fact, he even has an explanation to justify why that’s his favorite saga: “I really liked even the Cell Games because they gave protagonism to Gohan.” If you’ve also pictured David Bisbal eating cereal on a Saturday morning at 44, you’re on my team. And he is too, while we’re at it. Now, please, let’s take him to a special program of the saga to ask him about his opinion on ‘Dragon Ball Daima, the second part of ‘Super’, and what’s yet to come. The Latin Grammys were great and all, but here we are, diligently searching for the Dragon Ball.

Randy Meeks

Randy Meeks

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