Dragon Ball Manga Chapter Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points Colored     Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 1 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 2 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 3 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 4 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 5 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 6 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 7 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 8 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 9 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 10 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 11 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 12 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 13 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 14 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 15 - Mangakakalot Dragon Ball - Full Color Edition Vol.15 Chapter 179: The Two Weak Points page 16 - Mangakakalot

Summary

Tenshinhan doesn't believe Goku's statement about finding two weaknesses to his technique and goes to perform the same combo again. As Gokū dodges the four incoming Kikōha by leaping into the air, Tenshinhan looks into the air, but is blinded by Gokū's surprising technique: the Taiyōken. When Tenshinhan is blinded, Gokū explains that this is the first weakness: because Tenshinhan's eyes are so good, once he is blinded, Gokū cannot follow him. Tenshinhan believes that Gokū has the same weakness, but Gokū reveals that he can sense Tenshinhan's presence. When Tenshinhan regains his sight, Gokū suggests a second weakness: splitting into four. Within seconds, Gokū takes out each body and knocks Tenshinhan out of the ring. Gokū explains that the Fist of the Four Bodies divides everything about the user, including their strength, and it cost Tenshinhan the match.