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"The Two Weak Points" (ふたつの弱点 Futatsu no Jakuten, lit. "Two Weak Points") is the one hundred seventy-ninth chapter of the Dragon Ball manga.

Cover

The cover of this chapter shows Goku in a fighting position. Next to him are four Tien Shinhans lined up in a row.

Summary

Tenshinhan tells Goku that his next attack would give him the victory. The four Tens each get in a separate corner and again fire four Mystery Ray at Goku. Goku jumps up over them again, and a Ten yells out that he can not escape their twelve eyes. However, before the Tens can use their eye blasts again, Goku uses the Taiyō-Ken, blinding everyone except the sunglasses-wearing announcer and Master Roshi.

Goku comes back down to the ring, and tells the Tens that their first weakness: their eyes are too good. They see an opponent's movements with just their eyes, so without them, they are no good. One of the Tens says it is the same with him, but Goku giggles and says it is not. Goku then says “The Ten behind me plans to hit me with a right chop,” and tells that during his training on the Lookout he learned how to not rely on his eyes to see his opponent.

Goku then brings up the second weakness, saying that becoming four people was a mistake. Goku charges at one of the Tens, hitting him in the chest, then he runs around the ring hitting the second, third, and finally the fourth, and they all four are out of the ring. Goku says that since he divided into four people with one person's power, their attacks, defense, and speed would also be divided by four. So, now, Goku advances to the finals.

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Volume 15: The Titanic Tournamment
Tenshinhan vs. Taopaipai · The Assassin's Struggle · Goku Gets Married! · Kuririn vs. Demon Junior · Kuririn vs. Demon Junior, Part 2 · Yamcha vs. Shen · Shen · Goku vs. Tenshinhan · Goku vs. Tenshinhan, Part 2 · Tenshinhan's Secret Move! · The Two Weak Points · Kami-sama vs. the Demon King
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