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Upon assuming a semi-crucified pose while levitating, also utilizing either an aura or his energy shield, Broly attacks the opponent by rushing at them at high speed to land a punch.
Broly uses this attack in retaliation for being knocked into a lake on New Planet Vegeta during his rage-induced battle against Goku late at night. However, Goku manages to kick Broly in the face in self-defense, which, outside of slightly bloodying his mouth, did not faze him at all and he continued the fight.
On Earth seven years later, after bursting out of his icy tomb, he uses the attack on Videl at Natade Village in response to Videl telling him off for recklessly endangering innocents in the vicinity. Videl barely manages to dodge his punch, with Broly proceeding to smirk at her, intimidating her before she is caught in a grapple and thrown. Shortly thereafter, he incorporates the Dashing Punch into the Revenge Demon technique he uses against Goten and Trunks, upon becoming infuriated at the former's presence and resemblance to Goku.
Appearances in games
The attack was named Dashing Punch in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game. In Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu, it appears under the name Hover Punch. In the opening of Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3, Legendary Super Saiyan Broly is shown perforimon the Dashing Punch against Super Gogeta. In the JM7 animated trailer for Dragon Ball Heroes, Super Saiyan 4 Broly attempts to use the attack against Goku, only to be blocked by Pikkon.