Boris announces the challenge suggested by Takao will be a five-beyblader team fight. Takao's team include Max, Rei and Daichi, but they are clueless as to who can be their fifth element, since Kai joined BEGA. The sponsors that once knocked at Takao's door to offer him lucrative deals appear again to announce they are withdrawing their proposals since Takao is now up against BEGA. Kaichou also reveals that beybladers not enlisted on Bori's organization are unlikely be able to buy new parts. Hiromi goes on search for a shop that still sells beyblade parts for non-members of BEGA. A special news bulletin announces BEGA has called a press conference to announce their new special coach, who will prepare their bladers for the challenge. Everyone is surprised that the mysterious coach is Hiro, BBA Revolution's former coach. Takao is shocked that even his own brother has switched sides and goes to a park, where he punches a tree in anger (for some reason, this was not shown in the English dub and the versions based on it). Rei, who followed him, advices him not to be so angry at Kai and Hiro and grabs his jacket (for some reason, this was not shown in the English dub and the versions based on it), demanding him to understand that he is the one everyone wants to defeat. Takao asks if he and Max are going to leave him too, and Rei says he's got no intention on doing it, but challenges Takao for a battle in order to find "something" out. A furious battle ensues and Kyojyu is worried that if they damage their beyblades too much, they won't be able to repair it with new parts in time for the competition, since BEGA now controls everything - indeed, Hiromi is seen trying to buy parts to no avail, since she's not registered with BEGA. Takao and Rei launch their final attacks and Takao hardly wins, leaving Dragoon and Driger severely damaged. Max then deduces Rei wanted to battle Takao because he was the only former Bladebreaker who didn't have the chance to battle Takao at his best, which Rei confirms. Kyojyu is horrified to find out that Dragoon and Driger are unusable and unable to be repaired since they ran out of parts - a situation that is worsened as Hiromi returns and says she couldn't find any store willing to sell parts for non-BEGA members. Daichi then suggests they make their own beyblades from zero, which the team accepts.