When Hit had locked Jiren, he just asked Cabba, Caulifla, and Kale to leave. What is the reason Hit did it? Maybe this is the answer!
The discussion of the reason for this Hit clearly contains spoiler for the unseen Dragon Ball Super episode 111. So for those who have not watched it, it is advisable to be careful before further reading.
SPOILER ALERT !!!
Hit Decision in Dragon Ball Super episode 111 made many audiences confused.
The incident goes like this: Hit uses his ultimate technique to bounce Jiren. Jiren did not get out of the ring, but his body was confined in a kind of cage of time.
After that, Cabba, Kale, and Caulifla appeared. When Hit speaks to them, the author (and probably many readers) thinks Hit will ask the trio of Saiyan Universe 6 to help him throw Jiren out of the arena.
But it was not. Hit instead reminds Cabba, Kale, and Caulifla to execute their basic plan: tackling other enemies, while Hit tries to hold Jiren as long as possible.
Hit's decision precisely led to his elimination at the hands of Jiren.
So, what exactly is the reason Hit actually ordered Cabba, Caulifla, and Kale to go, instead of helping him to push Jiren out of the arena? Hit's motivation should not be the desire to face Jiren in a manly manner. As a hit man, he does not hesitate to use dirty tactics. (Like attacking Jiren when Jiren is over Goku).
Another possibility is Hit is totally miscalculated. But this man admits to Cabba if he knows he will lose since he failed to end Jiren in one attack. He should know Jiren's power level.
Hence, the writer feels the reason Hit ordered Cabba, Caulifla, and Kale to go is to protect them.
That's what the author thinks about the reason Hit ordered Caulifla, Cabba, and Kale to go, instead of helping him to eliminate Jiren from the arena. What do you think? Convey in the comment field!
Edited by Fachrul Razi