My, the place got busy in a hurry. Which was fine. Hey, if they wanted to simulate a real wrestling match, Kevin wasn’t going to argue. Plus it couldn’t hurt to play along. He had started making his way down the isle, and would climb up onto the apron before vaulting over the top rope and into the ring.
Kevin would look over to King from the opposite side of the ring and noted his build… he had a powerful frame; even though he was human, he could tell that amazing prowess flows from that body. He’s obviously seen and been in a lot of battles… no way could he get all that from just training alone. And as strong as choujin were, it was not impossible for a human to become as strong as one, as history says there was one who aspired to be a choujin so much that he trained himself as hard as he could to keep up with them. He even won a battle against an evil choujin.
He knew that this wouldn’t be a disappointing battle.
The bellholder soon rang the bell. The match was underway! And Kevin was eager to test himself against his foe.
For now, a few melee attacks would help get things started. The choujin charged at King, and once close he began to unleash a few quick kicks, each aimed for the shins in order to throw him off balance to set him up for a bigger attack.
No matter the battle, no matter the foe, King took them as seriously as any opponent. This would be the same thing here, as he charged forward to deliver his own Stagger Kicks, one of his favorite moves to start to catch an opponent off guard. It seems the knight had the same idea and they had a clash of legs. Not how he’d imagine the starting blows to be, but who was he to complain about unpredictability?
From the impact alone, he could feel a power above most he’s faced before. Given he’s beaten said most, this should be interesting. After the impact, King lept back to assess the situation. This man seems to enjoy lower attacks to try and either setup his bigger moves, or to put his legs in such a state to where a lot of his big holds won’t be as effective. He’s seen this game before.