Black first used this attack in an attempt to finish off Goku, Vegeta, and Future Trunks, but was interrupted by the arrival of Zamasu. Black later used this attack on a beaten Goku and Trunks, with Zamasu holding them in place to prevent them from dodging. The two Saiyans are injured from taking the full brunt of the attack, left unable to even stand, while Zamasu was unhurt due to his immortality.
Appearances in games
It also appears in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, where it serves as Goku Black's ultimate skill in his base form. In this game, Black punches the opponent away before shooting a pure-black Kamehameha, identical to the basic Black Kamehameha.