When we last left the Dream Team vs Noble Core match, Toki the Psychonaut brutally dominated Kuro Cheesecake and the other two in the match. Yuu Cheesecake, determined to avenge her beloved imouto’s loss, is now facing off against NC member, the Instigator of liliness, Izumi O’ Haire. Will the Scarfed Rider successfully recover the points lost by Kuro and eat “cake” later on in the hotel room?
We kick things off with a flashback showing Kuro defending her sweet, innocent onee-chan from typical bully boys who were bored and have yet to fully develop their Towers of Babel. Poor fools. I assume Kuro has saved Yuu many times in the past and now it’s the Snow Bunny’s turn to fight for Big Jugga Jump’s honor.
However, it appears Izumi was not phased by the first attack and patiently waits to hits a spinning Ron kick on Yuu for 3900 points.
Oh, I forgot to introduce the new commentators replacing the previous ones in the 1st season of Saki. In white we have Leslie Cole. In the red kimono we have a veteran manager and future hall of famer, Mona Chucha who will be filling the role of color commentator and expert analyst.
Feeling cornered and unable to counter Izumi’s attacks, Yuu digs deep down to remember a strategy she used when her opponents were able to predict her moves. Izumi sees this as Yuu changing from a Honitsu to a Chinitsu fighting style.
Achiga Jyoshi: 71.300
As you can tell from the scoreboard, Toki’s victory in the 1st match was far too dominant for Yuu’s comeback in the 2nd to really up enough points for a lead. Still, The Scarfed Rider came back hard and send a message to the other team “Nobody messes with my dessert!”
No sooner had the bell rung Ako comes in strong with blow after blow to her adversaries, determined to rack enough points to come back from last place and give her teammates a major advantage. She gets 7700 points for effort. To describe Ako’s potential in my lingo (Pro wrestling talk), she’s an indy wrestler who has the potential to be a World Champion, but due to lack of character is swept under the rug by most until it’s too late. Ironically similar to the wrestler counterpart I named her after, Marty Janetty.
Ako’s performance was more than enough to take Achiga up from last to 2nd place.
Next week it’s Irongirl, Arata Neidhart vs:
The Noble Core’s Vice Captain and Mad Scientist: Dr Megane, Hiroko Severn.
Looking forward to next week cause maybe like this week, we’ll get two matches in a row, which means SHIZU will be wrestling! If not, there’s always the next team.