In this article, we have included everything you need to know about Episode 139 of Boruto. The anime, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations recently aired its 138th episode and guess what? fans are excited about the upcoming episode. The original air date for Boruto Episode 139 was 5 January. However, there was a delay due to the year-end holiday in Japan. Besides this, Fans are now eagerly waiting for the next episode.

Moreover, with the show getting more intense, the animation has been just great. Besides this, it seems that the anime is going to enter a new arc soon. Fans are excited about the next episode and, why not? The upcoming episode will surely be an important one.

Before we get started, please note that this article may contain spoilers from the previous episodes of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. If you have watched all the episodes of the series, then you can keep reading. Otherwise, I suggest you may stop reading, so you don’t get spoiled. So, without any more delays, Let’s get started-

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Boruto Episode 139 Delay

The episode will feature a new Ending theme. According to our source, Enko’s abilities will be the cause of what breaks apart Team 4!?

The official synopsis for the episode says, Onikuma Enko is on Team 40, and is a former classmate of Boruto’s. Ever since her childhood, she has been obsessed with summoning beasts – She’s become able to show off her amazing abilities with it. However, she recently hasn’t been able to control her powers, and it leads to a crisis where her team disbands!

Overall, Boruto episode 139 will be a very exciting and action pack episode to watch. Here is the preview-

The release date for Episode 139 of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations-

The episode will be out on 12 January 2020. You can watch the episode officially on Funimation.

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