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This article details a subject that is considered non-canon. The subject of this article appeared in Dragon Ball Super anime and manga series. The subject of this article appeared in the video games. The title of this canon article is from a non-canon source. This article is about a canon subject that lacks an official name in canon media and is known only by its name in non-canon media.


Illusion Fist anime
Instant Fist Crush
瞬拳圧殺 Shunkenassatsu
Games Flash Fist Crush[1]
First Appearance
Anime Debut DBS038
Game Debut Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2
Data
Type Physical Martial Arts Technique
Sub-Type Basic type
Class Offensive
Range Close
Related technique(s)
Users


The Instant Fist Crush is a Physical Martial Arts Technique used by Hit.

Usage[]

The Instant Fist Crush is a powerful punch utilized by the assassin, Hit. Contrary to his usual style, the Instant Fist Crush is a "heavy attack" capable of inflicting immense damage to the target. When combined with the Time-Leap, this technique is powerful enough to catch anyone off guard, even knocking a Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta unconscious.[2]

In Other Media[]

Video Games[]

Instant Fist Crush FighterZ

The Instant Fist Crush in Dragon Ball FighterZ.

The Instant Fist Crush has appeared in Dragon Ball FighterZ and Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2, the former being where it got its name. In FighterZ, the move isn't a formal move, but is instead treated as Hit's Guard Break ability, being able to shatter the guard of any enemy.

Trivia[]

  • While this technique wasn't named in the anime, it was named in Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2.
  • The technique is executed in similar principle to the One-inch punch, a real-life technique created and employed by Bruce Lee.
    • In Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2, it functions similarly to the Super God Shock Flash due to this, and unlike in the anime, where it causes the opponent to collapse, an opponent struck in the games is sent flying backwards instead.

References[]

  1. Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2 localization
  2. Dragon Ball Super episode 38
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