"Dragon Ball Super" Tournament of Power preparation for Universe 7 will have a little re-adjustments as Majin Buu exhausted himself training and ended up asleep for two months. Namek Saga's main villain Frieza will be his replacement.
Majin Buu is a strong warrior, as seen in the Buu Saga where he previously gave Z warriors one of their biggest troubles. As early as last month, previous episodes of "Dragon Ball Super" has teased Majin Buu's training and his new slim figure. But fans of the adorable pink warrior might not be able to see him in the most awaited Tournament of Power.
The pink warrior will not be able to attend "Dragon Ball Super" Tournament of Power he fell asleep for some reason and will not be able to wake up for two months, as reported by Blasting News. Universe 7 will need ten representatives and Majin Buu is among the ten fighters scouted by Goku. And when it seems like his scouting job is over, Goku finds himself again searching for warriors that will fill Buu's place. And who will it be?
The main villain of the Namek Saga will have a comeback in recent Dragon Ball series. "Dragon Ball Super" episode 93 will show Goku asking the Fortuneteller Baba to revive Frieza for one day, as reported by Crunchyroll. It is not still clear why Goku chose Frieza as the replacement for Buu, and it would be on June 4 to know why. He will also be the first original villain that will represent Universe 7 if that happens (unless Buu is still considered a villain, which is unlikely now).
Buu's greatest asset might have been his resilience through fast regeneration, He could take on enemies on the front lane, being the shield and spear of the team at the same time. Though Frieza is not really a bad choice, with his speedy moves and powerful Ki Blast that can destroy a planet, he might as well test his power in "Dragon Ball Super" Tournament of Power.