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The great Frank Gotch. Many believe he was the best wrestler of all time. I wonder how he would have done against the mysterious Masked Man in our Christmas story? This is part 6 of the Dinosaur Christmas story for If you missed parts 1 – 5, scroll on down and read them first!
Sit down, buckle up, strap in, and get ready for a wild ride. The Masked Man’s Christmas Part 6 The match became a war that cinosaur back and forth across the ring, with the fans roaring the entire time.
And then — it happened. At the 40 minute mark, the two men separated, bounced backward into the ropes and hurled dinosaue across the ring. They hit with smashing force in the center of the ring. Dazed, both men swayed, waving their arms to keep their balance. The masked man seemed to have gotten the worse of it. He shook his head, trying desperately to clear the cobwebs. Seizing his opportunity, the champ dropped back against the ring ropes, using them like a slingshot — and launched himself like a missile, right hand raised to deliver a crushing blow.
The fans screamed in anticipation. The champ swung with all his might — –but missed! The masked man ducked, and the powerful punch went whistling over his head.
In the same motion, he drove forward, sliding behind the champ — and slapped on a sleeper hold. The champ struggled wildly — but the masked man held him in einosaur vice-like grip in the center of the kubil.
The champ waved his arms weakly. The champ’s eyes went wide with fear — and then they closed. His knees sagged, his body went limp, dinosauur the masked man loosened his grip brooka let trainint fall to the mat. He rolled him over, placed one huge hand on his chest, and motioned to the referee. The ref didn’t know what to do.
There was no way to stop the match. All he could do was sell the finish and hope the promoter could work it out later on. He dropped down and began the count.
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The referee walked to the side taining the ring and motioned to the time-keeper, who handed him the championship belt. He turned and handed it to the masked man. Pete and his fellow officers stepped close to the ring, forming a human shield, and escorted the new champion back to his dressing room.
This time there was no riot. The crowd was too kuhik by what they had seen. They sat in their seats, eyes bulging, as the ring doctor worked frantically to revive the fallen man. But the promoter knew what to do. He ran back to the dressing room, grabbed Pete by the arm, and pointed toward the door. He won it fair and square! We had a deal! I have a contract!
He was supposed to lose! I’m no lawyer, but I know a contract’s not binding if it’s not signed with your real name. Who else would it be? He grew up in the county home. No one’s seen him since. Those are real diamonds, damn it! The promoter threw the contract on the floor, cursed, and stepped to the door. Pete waited until the promoter was just beginning to turn the doorknob — and then he spoke. His voice was soft, his tone mild — but his words cracked like a whip. The blood drained from his face, and his hand slipped from the doorknob.
That sort kubio sounds like getting paid for some kind of special job — unless you’re gonna tell me you paid him his share of the gate already — before you had time to total it and add in the concessions sales — and it just happened that his percentage brookks out to an even thousand clams.
Work out some deal. Tell him he can keep one of the diamonds. Hell, let him keep two of the diamonds. I can replace them with glass. But I need that belt back — and I need him out of the territory — right now. And we can all forget about this — this misunderstanding. Some of them couldn’t remember ever having anything else.
Not even on Christmas.
There wasn’t enough money for anything else. But this morning was different. They woke to the smell of bacon and eggs, ham slices, pancakes with real maple syrup, and fresh buttermilk biscuits with real butter and strawberry jam. They threw on their clothes and raced downstairs — and stopped in amazement. Some of them had never had a Christmas present before. They tore into the packages wildly, some laughing, some crying, and some afraid to believe it was real. You can buy a lot of presents and a lot of food with a couple of small diamonds — and you can even open a bank account and make a nice deposit in an interest bearing account that helps put food on the table for a long, long time.
Pete stepped into the room, carrying a small yellow puppy with a red ribbon. One of the boys held out his hands, and Pete handed the puppy to him.
The boy smiled as he held the puppy — and then began to cry softly as the puppy licked his face. The other kids crowded around, each wanting to hold the little bundle of fur. The boy handed the puppy to one of the girls, wiped his eyes, and looked up at Pete. There was a lump in his throat the size of a piano. Pete considered his answer for several seconds.
The boy considered the answer carefully. The boy looked up at Pete. Pete took it in his, and they walked to the heavily-laden breakfast table. That ends the Dinosaur Christmas story. Yours in Strength, Brooks Kubik. Posted by Brooks Kubik at 4: Christmas storythe dinosaur Christmas storythe masked man’s christmas.
I don’t know about you, but I think that 2, pound dumbbell would make a heck of a nice Christmas present – except it would be a heck of a lot of work for Santa, the elves and the reindeer!
This post is Part 5 in the Dinosaur Christmas story – and things are starting to heat up. If you missed Parts 1 – 4, be sure to brpoks them first; after all, it’s a story, and you need to brloks at the beginning: It’s a Loser Leave Town Match.
Get lots of heat going. I want the fans going crazy. And then you give him one of those great big body slams you do — but don’t knock him out, okay?
Just sell it really good. Make them think he’s broke your trainnig. You’re the most hated man in the territory! He was used to being hated wherever he went. The promoter slid the standard sheet of paper across the desk. The masked man read it carefully — and then signed it.
He handed the paper back to the promoter. The promoter took the contract, glanced at the signature, and smiled in satisfaction. The masked man shrugged.
He lived down the street.
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Something happened when he was a kid — what was it? It was a fire.
That’s right, a fire. He and his brother ended up in the county home.