When preparing it, Recoome says "Recoome... Ultra... Fighting..." as he forms a large amount of his energy around his body. He then shouts "...BOMBER!" and has the energy explode out of him in a massive blast, inflicting a large amount of damage and destroying everything within the attack's radius.
Recoome was about to use this attack in an attempt to defeat Goku on Namek. However, he is elbowed extremely hard in the stomach and defeated effortlessly by Goku before he can complete his Ultra Fighting Bomber, much to the shock of everyone present.
Appearances in games
"Trigger a giant wide-range explosion! Careful: Takes time to fire."
— Dragon Ball: Xenoverse in-game description
Recoome Ultra Fighting Bomber was named in the Budokai Tenkaichi series and the Raging Blast series, where it appears as Recoome's Ultimate Blast (in the Budokai Tenkaichi series, it is under the name Recoome Fighting Bomber). It is named Ultra Fighting Miracle Attack in Dragon Ball Z: Legend of the Super Saiyan, Ultimate Fighting Bomber in the Butōden series, Recoome Bomber in the Budokai series and Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit, R.F.B.Atk. in Dragon Ball Z: Legendary Super Warriors, and Recoome Ultra Fighting Bomber in Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi.
In Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, it appears under the name Ultra Fighting Bomber and is Recoome's signature Ultimate Skill. It can also be obtained by the Future Warrior as a reward in Parallel Quest 08: "Namekian Dragon Balls". Recoome also attempts to preform it during the game's Ginyu Force Saga after his armor is destroyed by Gohan, Krillin, and the Future Warrior. Bored with fighting them Recoome decides to end the fight with the technique but like the original history he is knocked out by Goku before he can finish the technique, the only difference between Xenoverse and the original history is Goku arrives on the scene just as Recoome is about to preform the technique, while in the original history it occur shortly after Goku's arrival.
- In both the manga and anime, Recoome never actually finishes the attack itself as he is defeated by Goku, though this does not mean the depictions in various video games are wrong and/or made up, as Recoome explained the nature of the technique to Goku before attempting to perform it in the original manga, and its depiction in various video games accurately reflect his description of the technique. Interestingly, it's Xenoverse in-game description resembles Recoome's description from the manga.