@othus12: Dude you got mach 9 from Death Battle not the Daizenshuu. Anyway Goku being that slow makes him slower than Tao which makes no sense. 1000,000km in 28 hours = mach 30, consistent scaling.
Majin Vegeta bleeding from that kick proves my point. Look at what Goku and Frieza could easily shake off in the Namek saga (I meant enviromental damage from physical attacks not ki blasts)
Just these feats alone make Goku and Frieza look physically stronger than Android saga/early Majin Buu saga characters. Which is why I stick with: Eviromental damage =/= the power of the attack
And DBZ can and do concentrate their ki blasts in order for them to do a lot of damage in a small range an example of this is given in the Daizenshuu's description of Vegeta's Big Bang Attack:
Big Bang Attack
A ki wave which Vegeta fired at Artificial Human No. 19. This technique, which easily destroyed Artificial Human No. 19, could be called Super Saiyan Vegeta's version of the Gyarik-ho. However, the differences between it and the Gyarik-ho are the ki's shape and firing method. First, he sticks one hand out in front, then emits a ki blast from the palm of that hand. This ki is condensed down into one big lump and can deal heavy damage inside a specific range. This is in contrast with the Gyarik-ho, which attacks a wide range. After the Big Bang Attack was fired, the ground around where Artificial Human No. 19 stood was completely wiped out, as if it had been dug away. Such effectiveness made it Vegeta's strongest attack at the time.
(Daizenshuu 2, p.213 / Daizenshuu 4, p.111)