|Wild Rush Blaster|
|Alternate names||Explosive Violent Demon Blast|
Full Power Masenko
|Color||& (Finishing Blast)|
|Similar techniques||Burst Rush|
Explosive Demon Wave
First, Gohan kicks his opponent a few times, he then beats them up and kicks them to one side. He holds one hand with the other supporting it upward in a fashion similar to the Explosive Demon Wave and, as he shouts "I've had enough!", he forms an energy sphere with excess energy releasing off of it in the form of medium-sized energy rings. Finally, Gohan brings his hands forward and fires a powerful yellow energy wave with a large energy sphere at the end at the opponent, inflicting a high amount of damage.
Gohan uses this attack against Frieza in his third form after saving Piccolo from the tyrant's Crazy Finger Beam. Frieza catches the attack, but when Gohan charges his full power into the Wild Rush Blaster, Frieza is knocked backwards into the ground. At the last minute, Frieza gathers enough strength to throw the attack back at Gohan. However, before the Full Power Masenko is about to hit Gohan, Piccolo saves the young Saiyan by destroying the attack with an energy blast, causing it to explode and rain thousands of energy spheres across Namek.
Appearances in Video GamesEdit
It appears as Kid Gohan's Ultimate Blast in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 and Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, under the name Bakuretsu Ranma. In Budokai Tenkaichi 2, instead of the Full Power Masenko, Gohan fires a barrage of energy blasts, like he does after the rush he uses against Frieza in the manga/anime (technique called Burst Rush in Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans).