Well, I really doubt that Zoro can cut the walls of the building from here. Of course he can take out her ice or snow for most of the time and even she herself stated that she thought he would win against her, but it seems that either it';s a bit difficult to adjust your power to Logia user who also seems to know Haki a bit and also it might be connected to the fact that she is a woman and quite a pretty one.
Still, it seems that we might find it quite soon. Especially if he needs to protect Tashigi.
I don't like the Punk Hazzard Arc honestly
Well can't help it One Piece is Shonen Jump's Treasure after all
Popular Series are forced to be long
Either way, the fact that He's not even sweating currently makes me realize that He's only holding back. He don't even answer that tease. which is weird since He's a hothead.
come on, these are not the same characters as two years ago ...
Zorro doesn`t want to rush into her blindly... because first thing you have to know is the capabilities of your opponent!
If he just rushes in and gets caught in an unknown capability of her he may be lost even though he is far stronger.
but now he knows a lot more about her fruit and also weaknesses (come on Nami stated already the fire theme ;-) ... and Zorro showing the fire style just by watching it once will scare the hell out of all readers!!!)
I really wanna see zorro showing his true strength!
I can't believe this is still going on. Everything you guys are saying has been talked about in previous pages. You're just repeating things.
Zoro always respected women and never really hurt any that seemed weaker. Miss Monday is probably the only woman so far that he hurt, and all he did was put her to sleep. He didn't even touch Tashigi and he was angry at Enel for attacking Robin, since "she's a woman". That's all common knowledge.
Zoro obvciously sees Monet as a weaker opponent and of course he would hesitate to slice her open. But I think he wouldn't hesitate if any of his crew was in real danger. Tashigi, on the other hand, probably has to go all out to stand a chance against such an opponent, so it's no surprise she would try to bring her down fast.