From the onset of this, their wrestling debuts, Evan Hanson and Tito Santos exchange insults and power moves. Hanson, the small town southern teen with the long, lean, ripped physique, pokes fun at Tito’s bright yellow trunks calling him “Mr. Sunshine.” Santos, the 18 year old streetwise powerlifter with the chiseled frame from the mean streets of the city retorts by mocking Evan’s attire, calling him “Baby Blue.” From this point forward, this match-up is a back and forth affair with the each grappler exchanging nearly identical power maneuvers. Who executes the straining full nelson better? Whose ab bashing weakens their foe’s midsection more? Whose camel clutch does more neck wrenching damage? Whose powerbomb will render their opponent weakened enough to administer a devastating finisher in the rubber round? The confident winner does plenty of smack talking and flexing afterwards as he looks forward to advancing in the prestigious, inaugural 88Wrestling King of the Ring tournament.