DISASSOCIATED PRESS: The air was thick with anticipation as the empty seats remained empty for the fight that was to go down in history as The Brawl in the Fall. Nonexistent fans arrived early to get prime seats, and once the human pet left the premises, Michael Buffer introduced these fierce competitors with his typical bravado.
The sound of the bell ricocheted off of the walls for the start of Round 1. The defending champion, Zeus, came out swinging early, proving he was not in the mood to "play games". The highlight of Round 1 came when Zeus connected with his patented roundhouse kick to the face coupled with a right jab to the jaw of the challenger, Cangura:
Cangura attempted to come back in Round 2, but Zeus would not have it. The defending champion unleashed a flurry of punches that left the Roo of Kung Fu backpeddling into her corner:
By Round 3, it was evident that Cangura would need to step up her game or be overcome by the Buddha Belly. Harnessing the power of his chi, Zeus performed his highly dangerous signature finishing move: Tailspike to the Eye. Cangura simply never recovered:
The referee indicated for the bell to be rung, and the match was ended with a win by way of knock-out being awarded to the defending champion. Zeus, however, shocked the audience when he placed his paw in front of the bewildered Cangura and had her kiss it:
When asked later why he did this, Zeus responded: "I wanted to insure Cangura's allegiance so that this never happened again. I'm a lover, not a fighter, but when it to comes to The House, I will do everything in my power to protect the ones I love."
A brief comment was issued by Isis, the champion's sister, regarding the fight: "I don't really care if he can beat up a kangaroo. I can still kick his ass."
Perhaps we will see the two square off in the Grand Pubah Luxury Living Room soon. However, this remains uncertain at best.