This is the real reason why Boruto and Kawaki fight.
The story of Boruto has allowed Naruto fans to see and discover many things regarding members of the next generationNaruto’s children and their colleagues and companions.
One of the many things that this series has revealed is that Boruto turns out to be the same as Naruto, even if it is hard for him to accept it, and categorically refuses to be like his fatherNaruto, the seventh Hokage.
It should be noted that one of the biggest unknowns in this story has recently been answered: the reason for the confrontation between Kawaki and Boruto in the first images of this story.
Next, we tell you all the details about it, but you need to keep in mind that this post contains spoilers for chapter #77 of the manga Boruto: Naruto Next Generations.
This explains the reason for the big battle between Boruto and Kawaki.
Boruto fans know well that, in the first chapter of the anime, the first thing that is shown are scenes in which Boruto and Kawaki they are having a strong physical confrontation.
Chapter #77 of the manga Boruto: Naruto Next Generations apparently achieves answer the big unknown that fans possessed as to why Boruto and Kawaki were fighting.
In the aforementioned manga chapter, Kawaki He declares to Naruto that he will end all the Otsutsuki, so he he has an obligation to kill Boruto due to the “parasite” that the latter harbors within itself, Momoshiki Otsutsuki.
Kawaki states that he must commit such a heinous act against Boruto, in order to save Naruto’s lifebecause anyone who tries to confront the Otsutsuki is destined to die.
Having declared this to Naruto, Kawaki decides to make use of his Space-Time Ninjutsu ability, which he has thanks to his Karma, to send Naruto and Hinata probably to another world or realm.
Kawaki’s statements represent a massive revelation for historysince the explanation of this confrontation is something that fans have been waiting for since the airing of the first episode of the anime, and even some since the launch of the manga.
Although various subtle hints about the fight have been presented throughout history, the first clear reference that could be seen was in chapter #75 of the manga, in which Boruto has a vision of what appears to be a future matchup between him and Kawaki.
However, in the same way there was no direct signal to explain who did whatwho gave the first blow, or which of these two characters was the perpetrator of this confrontation.
Fans explored the possibility that Boruto was actually the real villain, and not Kawaki, proposing that the seventh Hokage’s son had committed some act that required their extermination.
Although Kawaki claims to have “sent Naruto somewhere”, and this led fans to believe that he had ended the life of the seventh Hokage, the fact that there was nothing to suggest that he had actually killed him, could mean that she had actually sent him somewhere to protect him.
The story would later confirm this in the most recent chapter of the manga, also revealing that Kawaki sent Naruto to another dimension to prevent him from killing his son, and finish off the “parasite” that he has with him.
It goes without saying that these statements are extremely heartbreaking For fans of this story, however, it should be noted that Naruto admits to being disappointed that he did not end his son’s life, since that implied that Momoshiki Otsutsuki was still alive in him.
What is truly devastating about these events is that Kawaki sees Boruto as his brother, and Naruto as a respectable and important figure in his life, which is why must decide to do the right thing and take down Momoshikieven if it means murdering one of his best friends.