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ZG031 : Getting Fired Up! The Finals
Shogun Steel series
ZG033 : A Pledge with Friends
Hot-Blooded! Zero VS Takanosuke
ZG032
Kanji 熱血!ゼロVS鷹ノ助
Romaji Nekketsu! Zero VS Takanosuke
Episode Number 32 (ZG), 176 (MF), 16 part 2 (SS)
Arc Neo Battle Bladers
Chronology
Previous Episode Getting Fired Up! The Finals
Next Episode A Pledge with Friends
Debut Airdate(s)
Japanese November 11, 2012
English
Theme Music
Opening Zero-G Bey! Go!
Ending Looking Up Smiling (We Go!)
Episode Notes
Featured Bey Archer Gryph C145S
Main Character Debuts

Hot-Blooded! Zero VS Takanosuke (熱血!ゼロVS鷹ノ助, Nekketsu! Zero VS Takanosuke) is the 32nd episode of the Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G season and the 176th episode of the Metal Saga. It first aired on November 11, 2012 in Japan.

Plot

In the second part of the quarter-finals comes the awaited match between Sakyo Kurayami and Captain Arrow. While both Bladers move to their respective Zero-G Stadium platforms, Captain Arrow introduces himself. With his own Beyblade, the Defense-Type Archer Wyvang 145WB, Arrow intends to easily win this battle after he reveals at how he is also a DNA Blader. This startles Tsubasa, Madoka and Benkei who are affiliated with the WBBA, the enemies of DNA. Knowing that they need Sakyo to defeat the new DNA representative, both Bladers "Go Shoot!" and launch their Beyblades.

Dark Knight Dragooon LW160BSF is already recieving barrage attacks by Archer Wyvang, while Sakyo remains as calm as ever. More smashes originate here and there that it seems that Arrow has already figured out the path to victory. This is evident when he already unleashes a Special Move, "Arrow Tornado". An immediate torando of wind bursts out and throws Dragooon away, despite Benkei's comments that Kyoya had made better tornados in his days.

Sakyo however reveals that he never really was trying all along and immiedately his focus shifts to turning the tables. Commanding Dragooon to recover from the Special Move, he has it dash towards Archer Wyvang. With the beast of Dragooon tackling the tornado. Subsequently, Dark Knight Dragooon goes under Archer Wyvang and flips the latter to have it thrown to the other side of the Stadium. Aa a result a small hole is created and Wyvang falls through it to give Sakyo and Dragooon the win and they move on to the next round.

Blader Gai announces Sakyo's victory alongside the audience cheering as well. Although Tsubasa, Madoka and Benkei are quite relieved that another DNA Blader has been taken down from thr tournament, Selen of DNA is quite angered by the result. Ian shares his concerns as well yet Argo remains very a cosmpoloite, knowing that everything shall come together in due time. Blader Gai then announces the last match of the quarter-finals that will then culminate into the "Best 4". The battle will be compromised as Zero Kurogane versus Takanosuke Shishiya.

Zero and Takanosuke are quite happy that they will be facing each-other, both who have been in the best of training to fight. The launch of their Beyblades comes in as Samurai Ifraid W145CF faces against Archer Gryph C145S. Ifraid and Gryph share their first signs of contact that already give off harsh recoil. They do not despair and are still keeping their focus on the Beyblades when Archer Gryph barrages Samurai Ifraid, similar to Sakyo and Arrow's fight.

Zero obtains scruples as a result as Ifraid just sits there helplessly being ravaged by the griffon. With his dogged attempt to meet his idol in the form of Gingka Hagane, Zero will not stand down by any means. To keep with this he activates his signature move, Burning Upper. The katana-weidling ifrit bursts out simulatenously when Samurai Ifraid emits a blazing aura. Takanosuke is distraught when Zero has his Beyblade smack Archer Gryph to the other side of the Zero-G Stadium.

Takanosuke, undergoing a distraught that leads him to believe that he has ran out of luck. Feeling week, uneasy and helpless, Takanosuke seeks retribution when his crys call out on getting Gryph to stand together. His cries become the fuel for his Beyblade when it relives itself from Ifraid's Special Move and heads back into the battlefield. Everyone, Zero, including the audience were surprised by how quick Takanosuke recovered from that potential move that would have costed him the win. Now that both opponents are more serious than ever, Samurai Ifraid and Archer Gryph clash in an epic battle charged by their owner's determination.

Both acknowledge only onw can win, both fight to their full potential and both are beginning to lose it. The Bladers shout out for more cries and the calling out of their Bey's names. Takanosuke powers it even further when he launches a Special Move that he obtained from his fierce training with his companion, Sakyo. Creating a violet triangle, he summons the beast of Archer Gryph as it fights with Samurai Ifraid. Zero tries to counter this by using Burning Upper again, where the ifrit and the griffon go at it in one last clash. Just as this happens, an immediate explosion of light comes out and when the mist clears, Samurai Ifraid is left in spin while Archer Gryph had succumb to an out-spin.

Everyone in Neo Battle Bladers is shocked at these results as Blader Gai announces how Zero has made it to the semi-finals and is officially, part of the Best 4. While Zero cheers in victory for his completion of the fight, Takanosuke is just irritated at himself for failing to impress Sakyo. Sakyo is just calm as he acknowledges the results with the climax of Neo Battle Bladers is soon to come...

Major Events

Characters

Beyblades

Regular

Synchrom

Featured Beybattles

Continued from Previous Episode

New

Special Moves Used

  • Burning Upper - Samurai Ifraid's (2 Times)
  • Arrow Tornado - Archer Wyvang's
  • Dark Dragon Darkness Slash - Dark Knight Dragooon's
  • Gryph Tornado - Archer Gryph's

Trivia

  • Captain Arrow's bey was originally thought to be Samurai Balro.
  • This marks the first time Burning Upper has not succesfully KO'd an opponent
    • Zero defeats Takanosuke with Burning Upper the second time though

Video

Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G Episode 32 Preview - Hot-blooded! Zero VS Takanosuke (11 11 2012)

Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G Episode 32 Preview - Hot-blooded! Zero VS Takanosuke (11 11 2012)

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English Subbed Zero G Beyblade Episode 32

English Subbed Zero G Beyblade Episode 32

Subbed (Thanks to FindingAdventure)






Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G Episode 32 - Hot-Blooded! Zero VS Takanosuke

Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G Episode 32 - Hot-Blooded! Zero VS Takanosuke

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