Fans are definitely hyped about the upcoming “One Piece” Chapter 958 of Eiichiro Oda’s hit manga series with so many details dropped in the recent installment. While it’s hard to make an accurate prediction on what Oda dishtes out next, everyone agrees that Wano Act 3 is going to be big.

“I completely agree with the idea that Act 3 is going to be the ‘Avengers Infinity War’ of Wano Country and that Act 4 is going to be the ‘Avengers Endgame,’” YouTuber RogersBase said in a recent “One Piece” 958 theory live-stream discussion.

The YouTuber explained that the Wano arc is set up as a traditional kabuki play, which is a Japanese dance-drama that usually has five parts or acts. “During Act 3, big dramatic action normally happens,” RogersBase theorized.

But that doesn’t mean that everything will go the protagonists’ way. “Usually, there’s either a big dramatic moment or Act 3 ends in tragedy,” the YouTuber warned. “I do think that Act 3 is going to end sort of on a sour note.”

There are a number of possibilities on how this might happen. For instance, something could go wrong during the Fire Festival, or the raid on Kaido’s stronghold Onigashima won’t end well.

Indeed, many have already noted the growing threat posed by Kaido and Big Mom’s temporary alliance. In the most recently released “One Piece” manga chapter, fans were no doubt thrilled with the revelation on how the seemingly invincible Rocks Pirate was defeated during the God Valley incident.

The chapter also revealed the bounties placed on some of the most powerful characters in the series. For instance, Charlotte Linlin has a 4,388,000,000 bounty placed on her, while Kaido has a 4,611,100,000 bounty on his head.

But what worried even the WG is that put together, Kaido and Linlin’s combined bounty will even be greater than that of the Pirate King Gol D. Roger or Edward Newgate.

In fact, predictions on “One Piece” Chapter 958 from Otakukart say that Big Mom and Kaido’s alliance will worry the Marines so much that they’ll likely head to Wano to check things out. With another force joining the fray, fans can reasonably expect bigger fireworks up ahead.

One Piece Members of the Straw Hats Pirates in Eiichiro Oda's hit manga and anime series "One Piece." One Piece/Facebook