It’s difficult to imagine anything that can stop Kenpachi right now, and it feels like he’s capable of destroying anything in front of him. That certainly seems like what Gremmy is thinking of now, as he quickly runs out of options against the monster that is Kenpachi. Gremmy clones himself several more times, then literally rips open another dimension and traps him inside the vacuum of space. Even as Kenpachi’s bodily fluids evaporate, he simply defies every law of physics and cuts his way through the space-time continuum, slicing one of the clones in half before he can react to defend. Kenpachi was literally trapped somewhere in outer space and still casually broke his way out with sheer power. The rest of the clones are destroyed in a massive suicide explosion, and yet again he emerges unscathed. Perhaps Gremmy’s fear and determination against Kenpachi actually made him larger than life in his own mind, turning his imagination into reality and transforming Kenpachi into a truly unstoppable force (not that he wasn’t one already). And when he tries to imagine himself as a monster even stronger than Kenpachi, his body cannot handle the power – or perhaps it was simply impossible for him to envision something that strong. As it turns out, Gremmy was his own worst enemy. All in all though, this was barely a warm-up for Kenpachi, who hardly exerted himself through this whole battle; he hasn’t taken off his eye-patch, shown us his bankai, or even come close to using the full extent of his power. I don’t know when is the next time we will see him fight, but it’s not likely he will struggle against anyone weaker than Haschwalth or even Yhwach himself. This guy is truly the biggest bad-ass there will ever be in this series.