Mini-Cha: Urgh, that announcement was terrible, Goldman. Stand aside. Let me show you how a real pro does this thing.
Ring out? Does that mean the opponent leaving the ring? In that case Burk can win by throwing Goldman off the arena. Or 1-hit KO him. Either of those are not technically fighting, right?
Goldman is lucky that Mini-Cha didn't include a "No rudely interrupting the previous fight" rule.
I can actually see Burk losing this. He's very reliant on acrobatics and evasion to line up his punches - confined to a small arena space he may well be far less invincible. I guess it depends what Goldman's fighting style is.
'Course, I'm pretty sure Burk will win.
Ah, the time limit! The odds Goldman saw were for "Burk beating him in a fight"- but Burk could easily force a draw. Tricking him into ringing himself out might also work- I wonder what assumptions are built into Goldman's power?
Yisss, timeout is there. Now, what happens in case of timeout, a draw? The referee chooses winner? Coinfilp?
Its so easy its simple: All Burk has to do is split the ring in half, pick up the half with Goldman, and dump him out of the ring. Ezpz, no fighting required.
When the focus shifts right before the fight starts I'll be super mad
So what, Burk is gonna avoid fighting until time-out?
I've come to like minicha. Putting goldman in his place twice is a pretty awesome thing to do.
Here's to hoping that a Mini-cha somehow ends up joining the party! I mean, Burk's master plan (www.neorice.com/hoh_burk_916) called for a robot, right? Com'n, Mini-cha!!
@Nick K I will also be perturbed when that thing that is undoubtedly going to happen happens. If it somehow does not happen, I will be markedly less perturbed. Either way though, we get more HoH. That's a pretty decent consolation if you ask me.
Why did he put his gloves back on?