In the tournament, Zeo defeats Kai and Max and steals their bit-beasts Dranzer and Draciel.
These teenagers were pure-hearted and innocent bladers with high ambitions, but the dark power of the cyborg bit-beasts gradually take over their minds and turn them evil.
The first half of the second season ends with the Bladebreakers defeating Team Psykick.
Just at the moment when Kai seems to take the bit-beasts of Tyson and Ray, Max comes and challenges Kai.
Kai thinks that he could easily beat Draciel but he can't and soon Tyson uses Kai's own old Blade, Dranzer to beat the Black Dranzer and defeat Kai.
The second, Beyblade V-Force, ran for another 51 episodes from January 7, 2002, until December 30, 2002.
Beyblade G-Revolution, the third and final adaptation, also spanned 52 episodes (the last two episodes were released together as a double-length special in Japan) and aired from January 6, 2003, until its conclusion on December 29, 2003.
They tour Europe and meet Oliver, Enrique, Johnny and Robert, who go by the name Majestics.
The Bladebreakers battle the Majestics and the Bladebreakers win the battle. In Russia, they meet Boris's team, of which Kai was also a member of in the past.
Kai had forgotten about Boris and the training grounds where he had learned almost everything he knew about Beyblading. He finds Black Dranzer, his dream Beyblade and decides to join the Demolition Boys team, aiming to be the best Beyblader.