First, Spopovich charges at the opponent and back hand punches them away. Then, he flies after the opponent and again back hand punches the opponent away. Next, he shouts "I win!", as Yamu appears and the two chase after the opponent. Spopovich grabs the opponent by the neck, and Yamu stabs and drains health with an Energy Absorber. When finished, Yamu takes the energy container out of the opponent and flies off as Spopovich lets go and stomps the opponent down into the ground, inflicting very painful damage.
Spopovich used part of this attack with Yamu against Gohan at the 25th World Martial Arts Tournament. Surprised by the increased energy rating on the Energy Meter caused by Gohan's Super Saiyan 2 form, Spopovich and Yamu got ready and jumped into the arena to attack Gohan. As Gohan prepared to fight them, Shin used his telekinesis to restrain Gohan, allowing Spopovich and Yamu to attack him with the "Majin Buu Resurrection" rush's neck grab and energy drainage. After they were done, Spopovich and Yamu flew off to give Babidi the stolen energy, with the Dragon Team in pursuit and Kibito healing Gohan.
Video Game Appearances
Spopovich and Yamu drain Gohan's energy this way in a cutscene in Dragon Ball Z: Buu's Fury. The attack was named Majin Buu Resurrection in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, where it appears as Spopovich's Ultimate Blast. If used while having Babidi as a tag-out partner, Babidi's Ultimate Power becomes much stronger (about three times the effect Babidi's throw gives). Without Spopovich holding the opponent, the attack is Yamu's special attack in Dragon Ball Heroes, named Energy Drain (エネルギードレイン).