You are confusing yourself because you are incorrectly isolating words out of it's surrounding environment. Wrongly using the dialogue separately from it's entire contextual point of discussion. We all know; earlier in the Galactic Patrol arc, since Namek; the purpose of Moro giving Saganbo and his gang energy was to boost their "power." We have Kakarott and Vegeta confirming the bandits "ki grow" after Moro gave them a protein shot.FishermanJohnWest wrote: ↑Wed Dec 02, 2020 11:30 pmHe does know his power as shown in the manga. Goku witness Beerus at his best, he saw his movements, he saw what he is capable of doing at FP, he saw his destructive prowess against other GoDs. So their is nothing to hide unlike Goku previous enemies who Goku didn't know much about when making them statements and only was surprised when actually witnessing what they are truly capable of doing, so Goku already saw what Beerus is truly capable of, thus your examples are completely moot.
Your Sanganbo example legit means nothing, Goku was calling that same Sanganbo who was handling Goku hits sturdy, Gohan said he was stronger then before cause Moro blasted him BEFORE The Goku fight. So your point here legit means nothing, in this cause it is separate from power, cause Moro power wise > Goku before Goku used UI but Goku body can handle UI cause it's honed but Moro body can't. So no, it's not a power thing, as Goku said
Now that we have established the fact Moro allocating energy to his minions was for battle power reasons. Not just durability alone. Right after the convicts get power ups, Goku tells Dai Kaioshin and Vegeta to be on guard cause these guys are...Wait for it..."tough." Moro was told by Saganbo that he was surprised that earth would have "tough" fighters. Moro says it's fine, since absorbing strong adversaries is the purpose of his arrival. Master Roshi against the female bandit trio said they are "tough foes." Krillin agrees with Roshi, admitting that they have durability? No, he said "powerful Ki." We got many more examples of the word "tough"used interchangeably in DBS.
This is why Goku pointing out Saganbo being "sturdy" does not deny the fact that Saganbo's hardened body is due to a higher power level from Moro. After Goku beat Saganbo up with UI omen, Moro gave him a power boost. Unbeknownst to Goku, who is shocked that Saganbo is still kicking after the UI omen attack. Goku did not know the only reason why Saganbo got back up is because Moro enhanced Saganbo's "power". We see overall power demonstrated again after a number of vitamin shots from Moro, Saganbo's attacks begin to push Goku back a bit. Where Goku was blocking Saganbo effortlessly before. UI Goku even lectured Angel Moro about going above his limit in power which breaks down the body. Just like Saganbo did. So again, In context, within the rules established, DB has set a precedent and you are going out of bounds when trying to take instances and separate them from the described atmosphere.
As far as you claiming that Goku seeing Beerus full power makes his comparison to Broly true. It's false, Goku did indeed watch the battle royale of the gods. However, Goku concluded that the god-battle was incomprehensible. He also stated that he could not "sense" any of the gods. So there is no way he could truthfully tell how strong Beerus was. Hence why the fact Goku guessed Beerus power with Broly using the word "probably." His statement is making an uncertain claim. If Goku knew Beerus power he would of outright said Broly IS stronger than Beerus not "probably." So you are yet again taking the story out of context and using it incorrectly.