Types make fights, and the latest episode of Influence Wrestling proved that karate beats lucha libre.
“Speedball” Mike Bailey put his X-Division Championship on the road towards Mascara Dorada (aka Gran Metalik in WWE). The match began with Bailey making an attempt his hand at besting Mascara Dorada at his personal sport in lucha libre. Mascara Dorada wasn’t falling for that and gained the higher hand in these exchanges. Bailey shifted technique to putting. Mascara Dorada earned the sting in that facet as nicely.
Bailey then discovered the proper mixture of karate and ninjutsu to shift momentum on a sneaky slingshot arm drag all the way down to the ground. Mascara Dorada dug into his bag of tips for a twister arm drag and suicide dive. Bailey targeted on taking out the legs with a reverse figure-four. Mascara Dorada reached the ropes for the break. The motion was so sizzling thus far that the referee misplaced his shoe.
Bailey unloaded kicks to his weakened opponent and landed a working corkscrew taking pictures star press.
Because the match progressed, Mascara Dorada’s finest likelihood at victory got here off a flowery tremendous hurricanrana.
Bailey had an excessive amount of karate to deal with ultimately. He acquired his toes up on a springboard moonsault from the luchador to show the tide. Speedball hit the mark on precision kicks to the top and linked on his signature cyclone kick. Bailey completed with the Ultima Weapon taking pictures star double knee drop to the backbone. Victory belonged to the champ.
Nicely, that settles that. Karate is clearly the superior preventing approach to lucha libre. Chuck Norris can be proud. Maybe Influence can rating an appearance from the karate icon on the upcoming Sure For Glory PPV to assist Bailey.
Are you satisfied that karate trumps lucha libre contained in the ring? How about in a bar combat?