@betatesthighlander1: That's because they sensed their chi. I was using that as a way to show that unless you were actually trained and told how to, people wouldn't have been able to see them. Yamcha did put up a good fight against it, he was just unprepared for a 'suicide bombing'. I'll agree with Chauzu to an extent, as he was able to get a hold of Nappa at least. All of them had been training for this moment, and during their combat with the saibamen obviously puts them above Raditz at the very least(which I think it was impressive for Earthlings for that period of time).
Huh? Your suppose to vote on the other tourny battles who you think wins. Also I will open this for voting, so people can vote on yours.
Let The Voting Commence!
@betatesthighlander1: Aizen maybe be destroyed, but the Hogyoko would probably remain. It isn't instant, but it still happens. The Hogyoko also has a will of its own, it would bring Aizen back.(Orihimes healing power came from the Hogyoko, she was able to return one of the people who was vaporized by Grimmjow. Think of it kind of like that).
Also, as far as I know, Aizen is just immortal. The Hogyoku granted him that power, but I don't think he needs it to have that power. Not to intrude on your debate or anything, I just thought this might be useful in describing what kind of immortality the Hogyoku granted him. If it works like her power, there doesn't need anything to be left of Aizen to come back because it doesn't work like traditional regeneration. It just puts things back to the way they were before events changed them. That's why they determined that Orihime's power is not actually a healing power.
Sorry for the intrusion.