DBZ Episode 180

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"As the dust clears, Cell's mangled body becomes visible. While the rest of the Z Fighters believe that they've won, Goku thinks differently. He senses that something isn't right when he can still feel a large amount of energy in what's left of Cell's body. Suddenly, Cell's body stands up, to the horror of virtually everybody, and regenerates the missing parts. Cell's energy has been depleted by the attack, but Goku's energy has been depleted more severely, and as the battle continues, it becomes clear that Goku is no match for Cell. Knowing that he cannot win, he declares that Cell is the winner. The Z Fighters, and Cell, can't believe it." cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.

The Fight is Over is the fifteenth episode of the Cell Games Saga and the one hundred eightieth overall episode in the uncut version Dragon Ball Z series. The original Japanese title is "Shito ni Kecchaku!! Goku no Kosan Sengen!?" (死闘に決着!!悟空の降参宣言!?).The episode first aired on April 7, 1993. It's original American air date was December 5, 2000.


Yamcha and Tien think that Cell is dead and Goku won but Piccolo, Gohan, and Krillin are still worried. The reporter also thinks that he won, so does Goku himself. But they soon find out Perfect Cell can regenerate himself. Goku and Perfect Cell's energy levels become lower, but they still continue to fight. They are almost equal as both continue to fight. Then, Goku starts being overpowered by Perfect Cell. They stop to rest and both realize their energy is running out, but Goku's is running out faster. Goku admits there needs to be a new hero and forfeits the fight, thus shocking the Z-Fighters and Cell.


  • Goku vs. Perfect Cell


  • After Cell lets his barrier down, when we see a closeup of his face, one of the two Frieza-like patterns under his eyes is gone.
  • Cell regenerates his top half in this episode. However, Piccolo later tells Goten and Trunks in the episode "Meal Time" that he [Piccolo] can regenerate as long as his head isn't damaged. In addition, in the English anime, in the episode, "Cell Returns!", Cell implies that his main cell (which survived his self-destruction) is inside his head. This was also explicitly stated in the Japanese anime and manga.

Cell Games Saga
What is the Tournament?The Doomsday BroadcastMeet Me in the RingNo Worries HereA Girl Named LimeMemories of GohanA New GuardianDende's DragonThe Puzzle of General TaoThe Games BeginLosers Fight FirstGoku vs. CellCell's Bag of TricksNo More RulesThe Fight is OverFaith in a BoyGohan's Desperate PleaAndroid ExplosionCell Juniors Attack!AwakeningThe Unstoppable GohanCell's Mighty BreakdownA Hero's FarewellCell Returns!The Horror Won't EndSave the WorldGoku's Noble DecisionOne More WishFree the Future
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