PROOF Ancient Saiyans Wear FRIEZA ARMOR Dragon Ball Super Movie 2018 Exclusive

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PROOF Ancient Saiyans Wear FRIEZA ARMOR Dragon Ball Super Movie 2018 Exclusive

Hey guys, its your boy ARJ back with another Dragon Ball Super Movie 2018 Exclusive reveal, proving a theory I spoke about last video. I got a few comments that couldn’t believe me when I said that this ancient saiyan was wearing Frieza armor, simply because I was using Ancient Saiyan Yamoshi Dragon Ball Super Fan art. Well its time I answer back with definitive proof and that is exactly what I have, straight from the official Dragon Ball Super Movie 2018 Teaser trailer I have images of the Ancient saiyan armor which completely confirms Frieza’s role in the movie. The ancient saiyans will wear Frieza Armor for sure. I had been thinking for so long why this new saiyan does not wear the same armor as the ancient saiyan Shallot for planet Sadala in universe 7, but it is all clear now. Stay tuned and watch all the way through to see complete proof! Make sure to subscribe for more DBS Movie 2018 theory and analysis daily!

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