On Monday, Darren Fells and David Njoku of the Cleveland Browns did a Dragon Ball Fusion inspired touchdown celebration. They were not the only pro American football players to do so this week.
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— NFL (@NFL) 30 September 2018
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) 30 September 2018
Here’s how that celebration compares to the original.
— Mitchell Lienemann (@mlienemann402) 30 September 2018
Fells and Njoku have been planning this for months.
— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) 30 September 2018
A day later, indoor pro team Green Bay Blizzard did their own Fusion celebration.
— Green Bay Blizzard (@BlizzardIFL) 1 October 2018
Dragon Ball has long been a popular celebration for touchdown and tackles.
— Stadium (@WatchStadium) 2 September 2018
JuJu Smith-Schuster has become synonymous with Dragon Ball.
JuJu Smith-Schuster just scored and did a Dragon Ball Z celebration. ?? pic.twitter.com/3vQm4P7WrC
— LeadingNFL (@LeadingNFL) 1 October 2017
JuJu Smith-Schuster had these cleats created, inspired by his Dragonball Z touchdown celebration last weekend. pic.twitter.com/7GTqx94Anu
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) 8 October 2017
To the point that his DBZ celebration is even in Madden.
— Matt Franciscovich (@MattFranchise) 25 May 2018
Dragon Ball poses have also found their way into other sports.
Dragon Ball Z Celebration pic.twitter.com/cqRiT5Bb0N
— Football Tweets (@FutballTweets) 6 March 2016
And even K-pop!
TAEHYUNG AND JUNGKOOK DID THE DRAGON BALL FUSION POSE BEFORE HITTING THE SHOOT I CANT STAND THEM
— spooky (@hobiesmalls) 17 September 2018
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