Naruto fans continue to tune in, with a Boruto toilet battle attracting more viewers than Luffy’s fight with Kaido (the famous King of Beasts).
A silliness bathroom brawl at Boruto: Naruto Next Generations had more views than any major One Piece fight.
According to a post on “Daily Dose of Anime”, Borutos “Bathroom Battle”, received nearly 5 million more views than Luffys Kaido’s battle. These figures are amazing considering that the bathroom battle is a minor scene and Kaido, one of Luffy’s most powerful, and most infamous foes, is almost 5 million views. Boruto’s bathroom fight has nearly 9.5 million total views as of the writing.
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What is Naruto’s Bathroom Battle?
Boruto’s Bathroom Battle occurs when Boruto (or Kawaki) disagrees about who should use which toilet. The bathroom’s current occupant, Naruto orders them to “do your business outside” but they reluctantly agree. The conflict escalates into a full-blown fight after more bickering about where to stand. Naruto swiftly intervenes to end the fighting. Naruto, who was complaining about the “damn kids”, ends the scene laughing and saying that he should be allowed to use the toilet in peace.
Luffy’s victory over Kaido (the self-proclaimed “World’s Strongest Creature”) was, however, one of the most anticipated battles in History. This fight served as the climax of the long-running “Wano country” arc. Although Luffy and Kaido had fought on several occasions, this fight decided Wano Country’s fate. Luffy sought to end Kaido’s oppression. This scene is truly explosive. Luffy unleashes a powerful attack called “Red Roc”, which completely incapacitates Kaido, his beast-like adversary.
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Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto manga serialization ended after almost fifteen years. Naruto Next Gens continues the legacy of the ninja through the tale about his son. Boruto first appeared in the 2015 film Boruto, Naruto the Movie. The character’s adventures continued in the Boruto Next Generations Manga. Ukyo Kondo was the original writer. After the publication of the 51st chapter, Kishimoto was joined by his assistant MikioIkemoto. Pierrot’s animated adaptation was a hit and was published in 2017. Pierrot is currently adapting the story of “Code Invasion” from the manga. Boruto was given the green light to produce Part II, following reports that the anime would be taken offline. Part I’s final episode will air in Episode 293. It will air on March 26.
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