Burst Rush

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The Burst Rush (爆裂 ラッシュ, Bakuretsu Rasshu) is a rush attack used by Son Gohan in his ultimate form.


First, Gohan charges at his opponent and hook kicks them before kicking them up into the air. Next, he flies up into the air and attacks his opponent with a barrage of punches and kicks, knocking them further up into the air. Then, he flies up and teleports above his opponent to backhand punch them down back to the ground. Finally, Gohan appears behind his opponent and shouts, "You're through!" as he blasts his opponent away with a powerful Super Kamehameha, inflicting a massive amount of damage.


Dragon Ball Z[edit]

Fusion Saga[edit]

Gohan used most parts of the attack during his battle against Super Boo. Angered by Gohan’s brash and confident attitude, Super Boo. hollered and prepared to attack the Saiyan. Gohan powered up and attacked a surprised Super Boo with the Burst Rush's punching and kicking barrage, easily outclassing and injuring the Majin. Gohan is soon driven into a mountain by Super Boo's Mystic Ball Attack, but he still manages to dodge and block Super Boo's attacks. As they fought Gohan threw Super Boo up into the air and attacked him with the Burst Rush's backhand punch, knocking him down to the ground, much to the shock of Son Goten, Trunks Brief, and Piccolo.

Video games[edit]

Tenkaichi series[edit]

Burst Rush is named in the Budokai Tenkaichi video game series, where it is Gohan's Ultimate Blast in his ultimate form. It is also his ultimate in his Great Saiyaman form, in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi only.

Budokai series[edit]

The technique appeared in the Budokai video game series too, where it's used during Son Videl's Close Call ultimate attack.

Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension - Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2[edit]

It also appeared in Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension, Dragon Ball Z: The Legend, and Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2.


  • In the Tenkaichi series, the technique is performed differently in each game of the series.