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Beyblade: Metal Masters, known as Metal Fight Beyblade Baku (メタルファイトベイブレード爆, Metaru Faito Beiburēdo Baku) in Japan, is the second season of the Beyblade: Metal Saga anime, and the the fifth season of the Beyblade anime. It premiered in the United States on Saturday, August 20, 2011 at 8:30 AM on Cartoon Network with three back-to-back episodes. It first premiered in France on June 21, 2011 and in the UK on January 9, 2012. It's preceded by Beyblade: Metal Fusion and succeeded by Beyblade: Metal Fury.

The series is available for streaming on Tubi.


Gingka and his friends meet a new Blader named Masamune Kadoya. Masamune is a new Blader who joins Gingka's group and will stop at nothing to defeat him. The WBBA sponsors the new "Beyblade World Championships", a world tournament where four representatives from each country around the world gather and battle to become the world champions. When Gingka, Masamune, Tsubasa and Yu are chosen as the representatives of Japan, they won't hold anything back to become the world champions! Kyoya was chosen but turned the opportunity down, as he wants to battle Gingka, and joins the African Team along with Benkei who masquerades as the Masked Bull. They must then secure the spot of being the strongest Bladers in the world!


Main Characters

Recurring Characters

  • Kenta Yumiya
  • Benkei/Masked Bull
  • Kyoya Tategami
  • Ryo Hagane
  • Hikaru Hasama

See here for more information.


See List of Beyblade: Metal Masters episodes for more information.


Two pieces of theme music were used for the opening and closing themes. The opening theme is "Galaxy Heart" (ギャラクシーハート "Gyarakushī Hāto") performed by YU+KI, and the ending theme is "It Goes Over the Sky" (大空を越えてゆけ "Ōzora wo Koete Yuke"), performed by Odoriba Soul. Beyblade: Metal Masters was followed by a second sequel, Beyblade: Metal Fury



  • The name "Metal Masters" was used in some of Hasbro's Beyblades during the original series of Beyblade. They had a unique sticker on the packaging that read, Metal Masters.
  • This is the only season of the Metal Saga where Doji is absent.