The male newcomer meets his worst nightmare on the dark-grey mats of Fight Pulse. Its theme: rage. Naturally, without ask, she grabs Duncan by the neck and takes him on an uninterruptible journey down to the dark side, carrying him through the gates of failure, pain, humiliation, and surrender, arriving lastly at the dungeon of defeat.
Rage, the better fighter of the two, stronger both in form and desire, is an unsolvable puzzle to her opponent. Duncan’s only real option is failure. Thus she subdues him without fail each time they face off, pinning, straddling, smothering, squeezing, and trampling on her fresh prey, leaving her mark on his body and mind, with each impression changing his weak will to fight into a stronger will to survive.
The victor, by her own will, true to her name, unsatisfied with simple, fading marks, turns several of the rounds into onslaughts. Duncan fights back, only succeeding in delaying his inevitable subjugation. Ultimately, unwelcome of the end of the match, Rage asks us for more humiliation time. Who can refuse such a request? Can you? We nod and watch her continue finding pleasure in each moment that records her victory and his defeat.
Rage doesn’t stop treading on Duncan up until we turn off the camera, leaving her white footprints on his red chest, by following which, from now on, he can always find her in the dark-grey corners of his memory.
If you’re a fan of the female overwhelming and dominating the male without holding back, against his will, in a real match, then, gentlemen, you’re in ̶l̶o̶v̶e̶ luck.
Match outline: introductory interviews, staredown, the match itself (21 min), humiliation and victory poses (4 min), concluding interviews, post-credits backstage banter.