The Leprechaun Crushes Some Steel
BOSTON, MA — A few nights ago was Archie Kilpatrick, the Leprechaun’s, first fight within the SFC. Opposing him was Iliad Cars, also known as ‘Steel.’ However, we all know there wasn’t really that much of a competition between these two. Kilpatrick dominated through and through, from round one to the third and final. The Leprechaun hardly allowed Cars to even get the chance to throw a punch or a kick, much less hit him with one. He was extremely quick on his feet, dodging anything that Steel threw his way, which included five punches and three kicks. It seems like Kilpatrick was more at risk of breaking his knuckles with the amount of punches he got on his opponent. He threw fifty-one punches out at Cars, and landed forty-five (88%) of them, dishing out a total of 1783.5 damage. It’s incredible to think that Cars did not catch on to Kilpatrick’s very boxing-oriented fighting style.
After the fight, Kilpatrick also had some words to say:
“If I have another fight like that again, I’m going to have to retire if these other guys even want to compete. A showing like that is enough to prove that I’m going to be the champion one of these days.”