Uhhhhh "Mount Paozu"
Yep. As far as I'm concerned, this confirms that Super in general is more interested and invested in following the anime continuity than the original manga continuity. See also: Piccolo having five fingers in the Super manga, see also, also: Gregory appearing in the Super anime. Personally, I've always found it rather presumptuous of fans to assume that the Super manga followed the original manga continuity just because it was released in the same medium.
Honestly, I find this makes a lot more sense and eases a lot of weight that's been on my mind with the ridiculously-heavy continuity snarl that all the various forms of Super have created. What's Battle of Gods in continuity with? Well, it was heavily written by Toriyama, so it's the "canonical" follow-up to the manga! Oh, but it's named Dragon Ball Z, so does that mean it's in the anime continuity? Oh, and now there's a highly different version of the same events in a television series. What's that in continuity with? Is the movie manga continuity and the series anime continuity? Who knows! Nobody says anything. Oh, but there's also this promotional manga that tells the same story but with additional differences. But it's a manga, so it has to be in continuity with the manga, right? But where does that leave the movie? It's just an absolute mess that has been driving me crazy to try and think about.
But this makes it easier. All three of them are just branches of the revised, Kai-ified anime timeline, and the original manga is completely unsullied by Super's existence since none of the versions can adequately fit in its timeline. And now I can sleep easier at night. The only other alternative for me in light of this crap is to completely lose it over how little attention to detail Super can be bothered to give. What a fucking train wreck...