Jaime “Just Do It” Johnson, a decorated kickboxer, and the submission specialist from São Paulo, Fabricio Viera, were scheduled to collide in the main event at Cage Battles 7.
The clash of striker versus grappler fueled the birth of mixed martial arts, and questions surrounding which style is superior has persisted for the past twenty-five years.
“Every fight starts standing,” one fan could be heard saying to another.
“If Viera drags Johnson to the mat, he’ll be snoring in seconds or have one of his limbs snapped,” was the retort.
The bell rang.
Viera and Johnson met in the middle, the Brazilian folded the striker with a devastating liver shot, and the unpredictability of the sport continues.
Prompted from the Six-Sentence Story at: https://girlieontheedge1.wordpress.com/.