Anyways the spanish text behind Zoro's back is part of a common phrase "Quien rie el ultimo rie mejor" which translates to "he who laughs last laughs best" and it's about telling someone to not claim victory prematurely, it honestly could apply to both the pro ZKK and the anti ZKK sides
Coincidence or not, it's interesting and wouldn't be surprising considering countless other ZKK hints.
The saying on Zoro's shirt is El que rie ultimo, rie mejor - the one who laughs last, laughs the best.
Remember the speculation for zoro's death on chapter 944?
It is based on the skull sign (symbol of death) and Ultimo (spanish for "final") on zoro, with him sitting on a grave.
However, the theory doesn't really fit with the theme for the strawhats as the main characters who are going to accomplish their dreams. One piece clearly takes the happy ending route so it is not likely for Oda to kill his main character. So whose graveyard is it, then?
People were too fixated to think of 944 as the chapter number. However, it is actually referring to the vivrecard number
That means this theory is actually a foreshadowing for zoro's role to kill kaido in the finale (the ultimo) of this arc
Amazing stuff. Maybe people will finally stop clowning ZKK xD
I don't rly care if someone believes in it or not. But people keep saying it's not even an option, it's zero percent, which is just ludicrous. It's obviously one of the most likely options. Not admitting to that is just straight up denial.
Anyways, I completely forgot about the 944 stuff, so, thanks for sharing. Good memory you got there.