VIDEO: This is the Weirdest Thing Vegeta Can Do That Goku Can't in Dragon Ball

Although Vegeta made his debut in Dragon Ball Z as a villain, he's since gone on to become one of the most powerful fighters in the universe and gone on to save the universe several times over. He's never been quite a match for Goku, though the two have kept up their rivalry over the years. However, there are some pretty amazing and weird things Vegeta can do that Goku can't. We've compiled a list of ten.

We're kicking off our list with one of his signature moves: Galick Gun. The attack is similar in power and appearance to the Kamehameha, which is something of a deliberate choice by series creator Akira Toriyama. Goku has yet to be able to copy the movie, which is odd considering the fact that he actually does copy a lot of different moves throughout the series. It's not actually the only signature move on this list, as Vegeta has a lot of techniques Goku seemingly can't, or chooses not to, use, despite their power.

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Check out the video below for more of the weirdest things Vegeta can do that Goku can't, culminating in one that's a key reason people all over the world love the one-time villain.

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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