''Hmph! Where's the fun in a one-hit knockout? I'd say you better forget about those drinks...'' she replied to the kiffars statement of her having to fight for it, this match that she initially seemed to be so confident about.
''Hmm, have to say the same about you, kiff'... I've faced worse...'' she continued with an ever so slight smirk to her lips and walking around the cage, gathering herself for what was inevitably to come. Worse as if it were a good thing facing a better and tougher opponent. She knew exactly why this conversation came up; Them both licking their wounds and preparing for a another fierce discharge against one another, like two furious nexuses fighting over a territory.
''Coronet, sweetheart... And you...?'' she said, doing the same to buy some time.
She blocked out the loud scolding from the crowd demanding havoc and blood spilled. They were getting impatient. Impatient to know who went home with more credits they came here with. She were not even in the cage anymore, but instead in some shady alley back on Coronet. Feth! She were even uncertain if the spice had made any considerable difference right now, atleast for the fighting spirit. Deep focused breaths provided more oxygen to the blood, blood needed for the muscles working and tensing underneath her blue skin.
The kiffar fighter challenged yet again with a charge across the cage, and this time it were answered with the same counter-measure. Her intent were to go for a strike from bellow, aiming for the kiffars solar plexus. That would bring her down a notch! With her slight advantage in height and weight, she might be able to then tackle the lighter woman to the ground. Taking the fight down to the dirt.
However, as they closed in on eachother, the kiffar turned and met up with a kick coming from the side and above. Chit! The speed were way too high and it were way too late to evade it! The only option were to hold on and push it. The leg forcefully hit her upper body, just bellow the shoulder and it made her lost the balance and fall. Though, on a clear collision course and having not slowed down during the charge, she clashed right into the kiffar.
She didn't know if she had got that hit away or not, if it had hit or not. Now it seemed that they both went for the dirt, even if it was in an unexpected way.
Edited by Tan'yill, 04 May 2019 - 11:27 AM.