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 Summary

As Gokū and Kulilin marvel at Jackie Chun's prowess, Yamcha concedes defeat to Chun, only for the former bandit to seemingly recognize Chun from somewhere. When the next battle is announced, Chun is impressed by Namu's stoicism and reads Namu's heart, discovering that Namu entered the tournament not only to win the prize money, but to bring water to his poor village.
The next begins between the battle of Namu and Ranfan. As the battle continues, Ran Fan puts on a damsel-in-distress act to make Namu hesitant to fight, leading Namu to decide to pay full attention. However, Ran Fan counters this by stripping down and revealing her bikini in an attempt to use her femininity to push Nam out of the ring.
Meanwhile, Jackie Chun's twisted attitude towards Ran Fan leads Yamcha to hypothesize that Chun is Muten Rōshi. As Namu is about to fall out of the ring, his determination to win the tournament for his villagers leads him to simply close his eyes and punch Ran Fan without being tempted by her body, giving the stoic villager the victory and leading to general consternation. . . over a stamped woman.