One Piece Episode 945 will come out this Sunday and it will show a huge fight between Big Mom and Luffy. The Wano arc will soon change into Oden flashbacks as the Udon prison storyline is coming towards an end.
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One Piece Ep 945 will show the true powers of Big Mom and how Luffy still needs to train his haki before he challenges the Yonkos. Here are more details on One Piece Episode 945 release date, preview, spoilers, and ways to watch online the anime in English dub or sub.
One Piece Episode 945 Release Date Preview and Spoilers
One Piece Episode 945 release date is set as Sunday, October 11 as per the official anime sources. The preview for the latest One Piece episode starts with Big Mom entering the Udon Prison and knocking out the jailer Queen. Big Mom is angry because someone has finished all the red soup and Luffy being naive tells her that the soup was very tasty.
One Piece Episode 945 is titled “A Grudge Over Oshiruko – Luffy Gets into a Desperate Situation” and it shows that Big Mom tries to throw Luffy out of the prison which could make his collar explode. But old man Hyogoro intervenes and tries to save Luffy and the straw hat captain in return tries to remove Hyogoro’s collar before it explodes.
One Piece Episode 945 spoilers will show that Hyogoro will try to take on Big Mom even if it means the death of him. On the other side, Raizo goes on a special covert mission to take out information regarding Smiles from Caribou.
One Piece Episode 945 Watch Online and English Dub
One Piece Episode 945 can be watched on channels such as Fuji TV, Korean Broadcasting System and Spacetoon. The latest episodes of One Piece anime series can also be streamed online on Funimation, Crunchyroll, Hulu, Animelab, VRV and other streaming services based on your location.
It will have both options to watch One Piece Episode 945 English dub and sub so that viewers outside Japan can also watch it without any issues. Netflix has also added the first four seasons of One Piece anime on its streaming library and very soon, Wano arc will also stream on the service.