August 12, 2004. The clock struck one in the afternoon at the Tokugawa Martial Arts Training Center’s main arena. With Sesshoumaru, Shuran, Inuyasha, Hakkaku, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran all suited up, they first warmed up to keep themselves in mint condition. Sesshoumaru was punching boards and bricks, giving boulders and dummies ground and pounds as well as sprawls and brawls, and doing knuckle push-ups. Shuran was practicing his wrestling moves with a dummy by giving it sharpshooters and torture racks. Inuyasha was throwing uppercuts, jabs, crosses, and hooks on huge boulders, giving a dummy a series of piledrivers and armbars, bench-pressing, and giving the punching bag a series of powerful punches. Hakkaku was giving a series of elbow strikes and shin kicks on slabs of concrete. Ginta was throwing headbutts and knee strikes on oak logs. Ayame was practicing her punches, kicks, elbow strikes, and knee strikes on the punching bag. Shunran was practicing her palm strikes, finger strikes, tornado kicks, and roundhouse kicks on the striking post. They were going to do a whole lot of damage to each other.

After their warmup, all seven martial artists entered the ring for their intense full-contact non-stop sparring session. The first matchups were Sesshoumaru versus Inuyasha, Shuran versus Hakkaku versus Ginta, and Ayame versus Shunran. The battle commenced as fast as lightning, as all seven martial artists went head-to-head.

Sesshoumaru and Inuyasha charged at each other with vicious intent. Sesshoumaru delivered Inuyasha a series of front punches to his stomach, roundhouse kicks to his head, jabs to his ribs, and low kicks to his legs. Inuyasha countered all of Sesshoumaru’s attacks by delivering him the following attacks: two double axe handles to his cheeks, ten fast liver punches, a rear naked chokehold slamming him to the ground, and an eviscerating stranglehold to pin Sesshoumaru down all while he tried to subdue his younger brother with hammer fists to his flanks. The two dog Yokai brothers gave each other devastating punches, kicks, grapples, and strikes charged with feral energy.

Shuran also charged at his younger brothers, with Hakkaku and Ginta doing the same to their older brother. Shuran was unleashing torture racks, bearhugs, sharpshooters, and powerslams on Hakkaku and Ginta. Hakkaku and Ginta then retaliated by giving Shuran and each other a series of elbow slashes to the chest, knee strikes to the stomach, shin kicks to the legs, elbow strikes to the face, and overhand punches to the head. No doubt was Shuran giving Hakkaku and Ginta the fight of their lives, considering how his massive size was a challenge to both his younger brothers to contend with.

Ayame and Shunran were just as ferocious as the men. Ayame threw Shunran a flurry of uppercuts to her chin, jabs to her face, hooks to her stomach, cross punches to her ribs, roundhouse kicks to her thighs, spinning back kicks to her cheeks, and axe kicks to her head. In return, Shunran threw Ayame a barrage of finger strikes to her bust, palm strikes to her face, nerve strikes to her shoulders, leopard blows to her ribs, back fists to her head, tornado kicks to her cheeks, and roundhouse kicks to her stomach. That was only the beginning, as the men quickly switched sparring partners, while the women continued to spar with each other.

While Ayame continued to give Shunran a barrage of uppercuts, hooks, jabs, elbow strikes, knee strikes, spinning back kicks, and regular axe kicks, and Shunran returned the favor by continuing to give Ayame multiple finger strikes, nerve strikes, leopard blows, spinning backfists, flying kicks, front punches, and palm strikes, it was time for Sesshoumaru to spar with Shuran and for Inuyasha to spar with Hakkaku and Ginta, with Sesshoumaru also sparring with Hakkaku and Ginta and Inuyasha sparring with Shuran.

Sesshoumaru held nothing back for Shuran, considering all the hammer fists, ground and pounds, sprawls and brawls, straight punches, hooks, armbars, and Kimuras the former threw to the latter, making Shuran scream in pain. On the other hand, Shuran threw Sesshoumaru a barrage of German suplexes, suplex powerslams, bearhugs, chokeholds, Full Nelsons, choke slams, and leg drops, attempting to reduce Sesshoumaru into a bag of crumbled bones.

Inuyasha was throwing mighty uppercuts, hooks, jabs, camel clutches, bearhugs, piledrivers, and torture racks to Hakkaku and Ginta, while Hakkaku had enough overhand punches, knee bombs, elbow slashes, elbow strikes, knee strikes, shin kicks, and low kicks to spare, and Ginta had headbutts, front punches, overhand punches, shin kicks, axe kicks, haymakers, and face punches always on standby.

For exceptional measure, Shuran gave piledrivers, Full Nelsons, sharpshooters, and suplexes to Inuyasha, with Inuyasha countering his attacks with rear naked chokeholds, camel clutches, tracheal grip chokes, elbow strikes to the face, and a huge headbutt to his forehead.

Sesshoumaru also gave hammer fists, chokeholds, soccer kicks, and ox-jaw strikes to both Hakkaku and Ginta, with Hakkaku countering Sesshoumaru’s attacks with his elbow strikes and headbutts and Ginta with his knee strikes and push kicks.

With Ayame and Shunran giving each other a glorious beating, it was time for them to give Sesshoumaru and Shuran a thrashing they will never forget. As Shuran was continuing to strangle Inuyasha and Sesshoumaru was continuing to ground and pound both Hakkaku and Ginta, Ayame and Shunran charged at both of them with nearly murderous intent. Ayame delivered an axe kick to Sesshoumaru’s head, and Shunran delivered a palm strike to Shuran’s back, thus releasing Inuyasha, Hakkaku, and Ginta from their grasps. Ayame and Shunran snarled with bloodied grins on their faces as they were going to fight their big brothers-in-law.

Inuyasha, Hakkaku, and Ginta proceeded to spar with each other much further. Inuyasha continued to give it his all with his hammer fists, low kicks, rear naked chokeholds, and ground and pounds to both Hakkaku and Ginta. Hakkaku went all out with his overhand punches, front punches, shin kicks, and knee strikes for Inuyasha and Ginta. Ginta threw his elbow strikes, elbow slashes, headbutts, and axe kicks to Inuyasha and Hakkaku with abandon.

Back to Ayame versus Sesshoumaru and Shunran versus Shuran, Sesshoumaru delivered uppercuts, hooks, and jabs to Ayame, thus making her counter his attacks with her spinning back kicks, spinning axe kicks, hooks, and cross punches. Shuran pummeled Shunran with his chokeholds, strangleholds, sharpshooters, and Full Nelsons, thus countering his brutal moves with her elbow strikes, palm heel strikes, front punches, and nerve strikes. Ayame and Shunran also applied those same moves to Shuran and Sesshoumaru when they tried to bring them down.

With Ayame delivering one devastating spinning axe kick to Sesshoumaru’s head and Shunran delivering one brutal palm strike to Shuran’s chest, they muscled in on Inuyasha’s, Hakkaku’s, and Ginta’s three-way sparring match. Ayame delivered one huge jab to Inuyasha’s face, while Shunran gave Hakkaku a palm strike to his forehead and gave Ginta a leopard blow to his left temple. Both women switched by having Ayame give both Hakkaku and Ginta roundhouse kicks to their stomachs and having Shunran give Inuyasha an axe kick to his head.

Inuyasha, Hakkaku, and Ginta stood up and recovered from the blows they received from Ayame and Shunran. The three Yokai men saw the two Yokai women glaring at them with fierce and intimidating eyes. This was going to be the most exciting match Inuyasha, Hakkaku, and Ginta were going to have with Ayame and Shunran, all while Sesshoumaru and Shuran were continuing to strangle, choke, armbar, and submit each other out.

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