Zarbon grabs the opponent by their head and throws them up into the air. Then, he jumps up and slaps the opponent downwards before grabbing them with a piledriver and releasing them as they are sent crashing down into the ground, inflicting a high amount of damage.
Zarbon uses part of this attack to defeat Vegeta in their first battle on Namek. After releasing himself from Zarbon's grip up in the air, Vegeta descends and tries to recover, only for Zarbon to brutally attack and pummel him again. Zarbon knocks Vegeta downwards and flies after him to attack him with the Monster Crush rush's piledriver, defeating the Saiyan Prince and creating a huge crater that is soon filled with water from a nearby Namekian lake.
Piccolo (fused with Nail) uses a technique similar to the Monster Crush against Frieza in his second form in the episode "Frieza's Second Transformation". Majin Vegeta also uses a similar technique during his battle against Super Saiyan 2 Goku.
- Monster Smash - A stronger version of Monster Crush from Dragon Ball Fusions.
- Monster Crash - A version of Monster Crush that is even stronger than Monster Smash from Dragon Ball Fusions.
Video Game Appearances
Monster Crush was named in the Budokai Tenkaichi series and is Zarbon's Ultimate Blast in his monster form. It was named Missing Screw (ミッシングスクリュー) in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai. Monster Crush also appears in the Raging Blast series and in Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi.
In Dragon Ball Fusions, it appears under the name Monster Throw and is a Special Move used by Zarbon, Dodoria, Raditz, Captain Ginyu, Cooler, Broly, Bekkon, Beeyan, Kabla, Kress, and Nira. Dodoria and Zarbon's fusion, Dodobon, can use this attack along with the EX-Fusions Coolieza, Ginyuman, Ginyuza, Karoly, Karoly Black, Rappa, and Turtz. Two stronger variants are introduced, known as Monster Smash and Monster Crash. Unlike other depictions, Monster Throw and its variants only feature the piledriver throw portion.
- Dragon Ball Fusions, 2016