As the second Saiyan invader just after his brother Goku, this Fighter was originally thought to be a much bigger threat than he proved to be.
But like the version of him in Dragon Ball Legends, Raditz isn’t actually very impressive.
That being said, he has a lot to offer as bench support, making him good to grind during his Story Event.
While he hasn’t aged very well, EX Raditz BLU is able to stay relevant thanks to his Health Boosting Z-Ability.
Unless he’s improved through a future balance update, this Fighter is unlikely to see the frontlines.
But that doesn’t stop him from being invaluable on the bench of a Saiyan Team, due to how rare Health Boosting Z-Abilities are.
High Ranged Damage Output
While his base Blast Attack stat well below average on its own, EX Raditz BLU has tons of Damage Buffing and Arts Card cost reducing Abilities to stretch that stat a long way.
This Tag is far too old to need countering. Since EX Raditz BLU only has one Unique Ability that only works against Super Warriors, this essentially amounts to him having no Unique Ability at all.
His stats are too poor to make his Ability Buffs really viable, as strong as they are. This combined with two held Strike Arts Cards and a truly awful Ki Recovery Speed make further reduce his viability on the core of any Team.
His stats are too old to do much good on the core, but this Fighter is a must have for the bench because of the rarity and value of Health stat Boosting Z-Abilities.