Sayako vs. Collei: Back In Action

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Re: Sayako vs. Collei: Back In Action

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Sayako felt the blatant choke... something she would have done if she were in control... and then got smashed by a punch! Fortunately for Sayako, and unfortunately for Collei the small Chinese streamer had the presence of mind to raise her arms up to block much of the remaining impact of the punches!

Collei got up and Sayako shook her head rolling away to rise to her feet herself with some distance between them. Sayako would inch her way over towards Collei before suddenly shuffle stepping and swinging her leg up looking to thrust a hard kick right into the abdomen of Collei hoping to doubler over to set up a swinging neck breaker on her opponent!

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Re: Sayako vs. Collei: Back In Action

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The greenette's opponent was certainly quick witted to the point that, even though she was dominant, there was next to no way that Collei could affect her. At least without doing something more than a mere choke.

As she got off her opponent, and Sayako got up reasonably quickly and without any significant pain in neither her torso nor her neck, Collei knew that this would be far from an easy match for her debut standard match.

Collei quickly saw her opponent attempt to kick her right in her abs, which connected, causing her to reel, allowing her opponent to connect a neck breaker, hurting Collei more than anything she had done to Sayako, causing her to cringe in pain.

"Gyuuurgh..." The greenette howled as her back and neck smashed against the mat, leaving her struggling to get back up. She hadn't expected such a powerful move so soon, and her body needed time to recover, so she got onto all fours, hoping that Sayako couldn't add more pain to her troubles.

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Sayako smiled as she got up successfully fighting back. This was her night she could feel it! Sayako saw Collei rising and moved in, trying to reach out and grab Collei by the arm. Sayako was going to try to whip Collei towards the ropes with the overall goal of dropkicking Collei in the chest after she bounced off the ropes. Sayako was feeling confident, like actually doing some work and training between matches helped. Sayako was going to win this, she could feel it!

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Re: Sayako vs. Collei: Back In Action

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As Collei was slung into the ropes, she knew this was going to hurt. The greenette came hurtling back from the ropes, with Sayako's feet fast approaching. Her trajectory was on point, but Collei had an unconventional plan.

As Sayako jumped, Collei intentionally fell over, making it so that Sayako could not land her drop kicks properly, making them both fall to the mat with a thud. At that point, the greenette would take this time to recover her breath, while crawling to the ropes to get herself up.

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Sayako jumped up.... and missed! She hit the canvas and groaned rolling to her stomach to try to push herself back up to her feet before it was too late. The last thing she needed was Collei managing to get up and land more hits on her.....

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Collei got back to her feet as soon as she could, but she missed her chance for a counter attack. Her opponent was already on her feet by the time she had risen up again. Therefore the greenette had to think of a new way to get to Sayako.

She thought fast, and darted forwards suddenly, clenching her fists to try and make her opponent think she was going for a gut punch, before swinging her leg up and going for an enzuigiri.

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Re: Sayako vs. Collei: Back In Action

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Well.... Sayako thought she had a plan in mind for Collei but things quickly went downhill. She came in looking like she was going to try to close the gap and grapple with Collei but she took a hard kick to the head and stumbled a few steps before collapsing to the mat with her arms cradling her throbbing head! She writhed in pain as Collei took her back down with a hard kick, something Sayako was trying to avoid!

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Collei saw this as an opportunity. With her opponent floored and clearly in significant discomfort, the greenette walked up to her opponent and rolled her onto her front, before attempting to sit on her back and bend her backwards, pulling her legs under her arms and locking her into a Boston Crab!

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Sayako howled in pain as she was stuck, flailing and thrashing about. She began to crawl to the ropes, reaching out and trying to grab hold of them to get a rope break! She was in a lot of pain and this was not going well at all for her.... she had to take control but first before any of that she needed to free herself from the hold!

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Re: Sayako vs. Collei: Back In Action

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Collei tried to restrain Sayako with all her might, but her opponent gathered just enough energy to get herself to the ropes. She groaned in frustration as her opponent earned a rope break, meaning Collei was forced to let Sayako go, which she did.

The greenette backed away from her opponent, but kept facing her should Sayako go for a swift counterattack. Turning her back to her opponent would be a devastatingly bad idea, so she thought it prudent not to. Once due had backed up a little, she would then stretch her body, and limber up for the next wave of attacks.

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