Recap: Power Rangers Beast Morphers Sports Special – Boxed In
The Pan Global Games are being held in Coral Harbor despite the coronavirus pandemic and the Rangers are deciding which events to go watch first. Ravi really wants to go watch weightlifting, but his mother wants three of them to go check on Morph-X Towers.
Ravi suggests they draw names out of a bucket and he and Steel end up being free to go to the Games.
Devon, Zoey and Nate are tasked with the Tower checks. But they are met by Dumbbelltron. They morph and call Ravi and Steel to hurry over.
Ravi is able to quickly destroy Dumbbelltron and is upset at the others for interrupting him and Steel instead of trying harder against it. Devon says Ravi doesn’t seem to care about their responsibilities.
A Gigadrone is on its way to Earth and all the Rangers hurry back to GBHQ to hop into their zords. Blaze and Roxy, however, have another plan. They trap Devon and Cruise in their zord with the Gigadrone in a giant ring where they will battle it out.
They finish off the first Gigadrone, but two more pop up. Nate and Steel arrive to try and rip the roof off the arena. But nothing they do works.
Another Gigadrone appears outside the arena and the other Rangers try to hitch a ride in. But they get popped back out and are attacked by Tronics.
The Rangers come up with a new idea. They will hop into the Beast-X King Ultrazord. That gives them enough power to free everyone from the arena.
Now working altogether, they defeat all the Gigadrones.
Later at GBHQ, Ravi apologizes for being a jerk earlier. They all decide to finish the Tower checks together so they can hurry and catch the last events at the Games.
It was an alright episode. The best thing is that it wasn’t a Halloween Special as these Episode 21 (43)’s usually are. It was something different and perhaps supposed to have been timed to air near the Tokyo Olympics.
Anyway, it was solid use of the Go-Busters footage. Even though Ravi was completely out of character this episode, it was a harmless episode that at least was action-filled and otherwise unproblematic.