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Boruto: Naruto Next Generation’s most recent manga arc keeps on warming up, as the Kara Organization’s actual pioneer, Isshiki Otsutsuki at last strides out on the combat zone to confront Naruto and Sasuke. Naruto and Sasuke had just confronted Isshiki once and both almost kicked the bucket. Tragically, nothing about that result changes in this subsequent fight!

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Boruto Chapter 50, Isshiki Otsutsuki makes it quickly, and plentifully, obvious that his capacity is on an entirely another level than that of Naruto or Sasuke. Isshiki can attack and take Boruto prisoner, just as put down Sasuke, hard, gracefully.

Naruto releases a lot of his capacity so as to stand his ground against Isshiki – long enough for Sasuke to recoup enough that they can put forth a tag-group attempt at bringing down their enemy. Isshiki turns the tables with his very own Jutsu, the Daikokuten, which allows him to store and recover objects he shrivels utilizing the Sukunahikona method in a substitute measurement. For this situation, Isshiki brings giant boxes that come descending upon Naruto and Sasuke, almost pulverizing them both.

With Naruto and Sasuke split up and wobbly, Isshiki promises to kill them each in turn – beginning with Sasuke. Isshiki incapacitates Sasuke and beats him with his own blade handle. Similarly, as the lowlife is going to pierce Sasuke on his own sharp edge, Boruto actually bounces on the top of his teacher!

Boruto Just Saved Sasuke From A Death Moment
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His experiences with Isshiki have given Boruto the feeling that the Kara pioneer can’t hurt him – and notably, he’s correct. Isshiki can’t, or won’t, strike down Boruto, who is as of now filling in as the vessel for Momoshiki Otsutsuki’s possible restoration. Boruto figures out how to save Sasuke’s life – for the present.