Sunday, 24 March 2013

One Piece 703 Spoiler

One Piece 703 Spoiler is not out yet, please come visit us again from time to time. We will update to you the latest One Piece 703 Spoiler as soon as we got the One Piece 703 Spoiler. As for now you can jump to other post, we have many things about One Piece here that worth for you to look and read at.

Before the One Piece 703 Spoiler out, let us talk about the possibility of what happen in One Piece 703. From the last chapter, Luffy and Franky were inside the Collosseum together with the strong blind man. Though they didn't see each other yet, but I am very positive that both parties will join the fight. On the other side many people will fight for the sake of winning The Mera Mera Fruit formerly owned by Luffy's brother Ace.

In this discussion of One Piece 703 Spoiler, I think Law team will meet with Joker at the promised location. I expect they will start some fight there, Joker might able to overpower Law team but he has no chance to do it. Law is the kind of person who do proper plan before doing something big, I really cannot wait for the One Piece 703 from now on.

Yusop team as a guardian of their ship Thousand Sunny might face some trouble, like being invade by others pirate different team from Joker. I expect light fight on Yusop side, they should be able to protect their ship easily after 2 years of training. I keep thinking of what One Piece 703 chapter could bring to us.

I wonder what Zorro do in One Piece 703, will he able to retrieve the stolen sword or vice versa. I expect he will not able to follow where the so called fairies go. Instead of retrieving, Zorro will lost in the middle of the town but Sanji will save him haha. Just thinking of next chapter One Piece 703 really damn exciting, we are looking for One Piece Spoiler 703 hardly and post it here ASAP.

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