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Date:9/23/2014 7:01:18 PM
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Chuey takes on Gizmo
Chuey will take on Gizmo.
Both opponents enter the ring, bow to one another as the match begins.

Gizmo has a decided advantage of size and reach but Chuey isn't unnerved as he takes a flying drop kick to Gizs mid section, sending the Grey to the mat. Giz recovers his feet and using one leg sweeps Chuey onto the mat for a point.
It's tied 1-1

Chuey does a backwards upper kick and sends Giz back several feet, landing gracefully on the mat reay to battle the grey giant.

Giz uses a upper chop cut to the shoulder and Chuey is down on the mat
tied 2-2

The crowds are on their toes as both birds make flying jumps at one another.
Chuey hitting Giz on the upper body.
Giz, being larger connects with Chuey and knocks him down for the win
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