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Super God Shock Flash (超神閃撃 Chōjin Sengeki, lit. Super God Flash Attack) is a Rush Attack used by Goku in his Super Saiyan Blue form.


After enduring an attack from his opponent, Goku places his hand with his index and middle fingers out near his opponents chest then makes a fist to deliver a hard punch to the opponent's gut that blasts them away with a powerful shock-wave.


In Resurrection ‘F’, Super Saiyan Blue Goku uses this against a highly weakened Golden Frieza.

Video Game Appearances

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Goku's Super God Shock Flash in Xenoverse

Super God Shock Flash was named in Dragon Ball Xenoverse and appears as one of Super Saiyan Blue Goku's Super Skills as part of the Resurrection ‘F’ Pack DLC. It can also be obtained by the Future Warrior as a reward in Resurrection ‘F’ Pack DLC Parallel Quest Event: "First Training". Alternatively, it can be obtained in Resurrection ‘F’ Pack DLC Parallel Quest Event: "Eternal Rival".

It appears in Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden under the name One-Inch Punch and is one of Super Saiyan Blue Goku's special attacks.

In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, returns as one of SSGSS Goku's Super Skills in his Whis Symbol Gi 1 Skillset. It can be obtained by the Future Warrior by purchasing it from the Skill Shop in Conton City.

It also appears in Dragon Ball: Zenkai Battle.

It appears in Dragon Ball Heroes as one of Goku: Xeno's special attacks in his normal, Super Saiyan, and Super Saiyan 3 forms, with Goku using Instant Transmission to appear in front of the opponent before initiating the attack. In Heroes the attack is called Super Dragon Shock Flash (超龍閃撃 Chōryu Sengeki, lit. Super Dragon Flash Attack), the same name as the Super Dragon Fist from the Xenoverse series, which may potentially be a mistake.

In Dragon Ball FighterZ, it appears in the game as one of Super Saiyan Blue Goku's special moves. It is a teleporting command grab that comes in three variants: light, medium, and heavy. The light variant causes the least amount of stun but comes out quicker. The medium variant causes more stun but comes out slower. The heavy variant is much like the medium, except it does more damage. The light and heavy variant performs the punch regardless of if the actual command grab lands or not.


  • This attack is based on the One-inch punch, a Chinese punching exercise popularized by Bruce Lee and is even called One-Inch Punch in Extreme Butōden.



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