Urabe got caught in a mind game of titanic proportions by the master of psychological warfare, but Hitagi did not realize that Urabe has planned out a hidden agenda. While Hitagi was busy with throwing down the talk, Urabe somehow manages to resist Hitagi's words as she hides in the shadows. And with an unexpected cut, Urabe uses her scissors to snip off Hitagi's life. Urabe wins! (12 > 7)
Things are shaking up today, folks. Two powerful Russians barge into the arena to test out their true strength. He may be a bit of a pacifist, but he is one man that you should not cross fists with. Representing the pride and glory of Ikebukuro's exquisite Russian sushi, Simon jumps into the ring after delivering some sushi to the people in the fourth floor of J-tor's headquarters. And reigning supreme as one of Mother Russia's best wrestlers, Zangief is ready to prove once again that Russian wrestling is number one. Both men share a sheer amount of strength and power, so it's going to be interesting to see who will reign as the supreme victor.
Grab your favorite sushi and snacks, because this fight is about to get started. Remember to add a +1 after the Russian that you vote for, since it will be easier to keep track of the score. This fight will go from today till Wednesday, so make sure that your vote goes up on time.
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