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VIDEO: This is Dragon Ball's Absolute Weirdest Fusion (That Everyone Ignores)

The Dragon Ball franchise has featured some pretty weird fusions, whether through dance or Potara. However, there's some that are so bizarre we do our best to forget that they ever really happened in the first place. We've compiled a list of the fifteen weirdest Dragon Ball fusions, which will culminate in one that really doesn't hold up.

We're starting our list off with the fusion between Old Kai and Old Witch, which utilized the more-permanent Potara earrings. This resulted in a character with the power of the Old Kai and the magical power of the Old Witch. We're then moving on to Cell's fusion with Androids 17 and 18. Dragon Ball Z shows Cell is able to absorb regular humans in order to grow stronger, but there's some confusion when it comes to Androids 17 and 18, as Dr. Gero's plan seemingly necessitates the two willingly deciding to give up their lives to create a perfect being. Why didn't the just take the parts from 17 and 18 and use them to make Cell perfect in the first place. We also see in the fight with Gohan that he can actually devolve and spit up those he's consumed when hit hard enough. There's a lot weird about Cell's need for Androids 17 and 18.

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Check out the video below to get our full list of the weirdest fusions in the Dragon Ball franchise.

Although Dragon Ball: Super has already finished its run in Japan, dub-watching fans are still in the process of seeing what the popular franchise still holds. Super Dragon Ball Heroes is helping tide fans over in the short-term, but it's unknown at this time just when the series will return with new episodes.

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Newly translated episodes of Dragon Ball Super air on Saturdays at 11 p.m. ET/PT on Adult Swim.

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