Kashin Koji's character has been characterized by numerous theories, some of which seem to acquire more consistency chapter after chapter. In the latest issue of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations a simple sentence seems to have shed more light on the identity of the mysterious man.

Speculations and theories about K.K. strongly recall the dozens of assumptions about Tobi, a key figure in Boruto's prequel whose real identity has long been anchored in mystery. However, chapter 46 has been characterized by further revelations, despite the fact that the episode is largely focused on fight between Kashin Koji and Jigen.

As we know, in fact, the Hokage, Shikamaru and the others are following the fate of the battle thanks to a projection of Amado who is attempting to gain Konoha's protection through his defection. While the ninjas are watching the clash, Naruto is dumbfounded as surprised by that mysterious man, and reflects on the character's similarities with someone known to him:

"That fighting style of the masked man. Reminds me..."

That Naruto discovered the identity of K.K.? In fact, the most reliable theories about the traitor of the Kara Organization seem all reconnect to the figure of Jiraya, ninja that among other things the seventh Hokage knows particularly well, also in view of the long training session during the first time skip of the original work. And you, however, what do you think about this statement? Tell us yours, as usual, with a comment below.

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