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'One Punch Man' Season 2 Spoilers; Saitama Falls in Love, Metal Knight is New Villain [VIDEO]

Update Date: Mar 15, 2017 09:00 AM EDT
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The upcoming "One Man Punch" Season 2 is going to be taking a different route and will showcase the love life of Saitama.

The second season of the popular show "One Punch Man" is set out to be released in 2017, but the actual date has not yet been set. Nevertheless, various rumors state that the show could release in July. Also, Lord Boros will be brought back to the second season, and he will seek to avenge his loss that was seen in season one. The main plot in "One Man Punch" Season 2 may focus mainly on Monster Association.

Saitama's Past to Be Revealed:

Of late, a new report claims that in the next season of One Punch Man, the plot will mainly focus on the past of Saitama, giving detailed backstory on the life of Saitama. The first episode of the new season is expected to start off with the unearthing some parts of Saitama's past, according to Mobi Picker. The upcoming season will probably not immediately continue from where it left off in season one.

Saitama's Origin of Power:

As fans get to learn about the past of Saitama, they are also expected to learn more about his origin of power. After watching season one, most fans had many questions in mind, one of them being, how did Saitama get so powerful? Training a lot cannot be the only reason of why he is strong as he is. There must be more behind the super strength that Saitama has. Well, the "One Punch Man" Season 2 may just reveal how Saitama become so strong.

Saitama to Kneel Before Lord Boros:

In "One Punch Man" Season 2 Saitama is anticipated to fall in love, which means that the show may feature some new faces. Apart from that, Saitama is likely going to lose all his powers. This will happen when he is in a fight with Lord Boros, making him kneel before him, according to MNR Daily.

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