Bakuten Shoot Beyblade G Revolution

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Alternative Titles

English: Beyblade G Revolution
Synonyms: Beyblade Revolution, Beyblade GRevolution
Japanese: 爆転シュート ベイブレードGレボリューション


Type: TV
Episodes: 52
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 6, 2003 to Dec 29, 2003
Premiered: Winter 2003
Broadcast: Mondays at 18:00 (JST)
Producers: d-rights
Licensors: Nelvana
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Manga
Duration: 20 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children


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Ranked: #37082
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Popularity: #2400
Members: 31,168
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#3 - Invitation to Battle

Ore ni wa Katen (オレには勝てん)

Duration: 00:23:24
Aired: Jan 20, 2003(JST)


Rei sits and looks at a photograph of him and the Bladebreakers and reflects on his last talk with Takao. Meanwhile, Daichi continues to annoy Takao with constant battle challenges. Takao refuses to accept, especially when Daichi proves to be an impressive and highly skilled Beyblader at a confrontation at the public swimming pool when Takao, Daichi, Kyojyu and Hiromi were being expelled. Takao and Daichi continue to argue on the streets, watched from afar by Jin, who thinks to himself he must test Takao before the World Chammpionship preliminaries. Meanwhile, Jin sends Takao an invitation to a private battle, but Daichi tries to grab it and the invitation flies away to the backyard. While arguing with Daichi, Takao suddenly realizes that being a World Champion will make people come to him to challenge him. He finally accepts to give Daichi a rematch. Meanwhile, Rei, who was wandering by the street, finds them battling and is glad that Takao finally understood. On his way out, he finds Jin's invitation and decides to go in Takao's place to challenge Jin in the stormy night. Jin's Death Driger proves able to use the water on the ground to create reflections of itself, confusing Rei. He then tells the Bladebreaker that he is "good at everything but isn't great at anything" and that makes him weak. Rei understands and builds a strategy to overcome Jin's illusions, surprising Jin, but he loses anyway, with a lightning striking right in the middle of the beyblades. Jin leaves and tells Rei he doesn't need to battle Takao anymore. Jin then reflects that "there's much work to be done" and that Takao is lucky to have a friend like Rei. In the United States, Max is greeted by his mother as he arrives at the airport. Suddenly, a beyblade storms among the crowd and hits a concrete pillar, damaging it with ease. A tall beyblader then appears, holding a stereo right next to his ear. Judy then introduces him to Max as Rick Anderson, the new All Starz recruit. Max tries to politely shake his hand, but Rick simply rejects him and says he wasted his trip by coming to meet him at Judy's request.

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