A new sport involving a fighter attacking another with his open hand for entertainment is gaining worldwide attention.
“Some people just need to be slapped,” Da Crazy Hawaiian said.
His name might be Viernes, but he’s the hardest hitter in America. New Pacific Rim champ Layne Kailiilauokekoa has a national title too — Da Crazy Hawaiian hopes to take home the prize for Best Slapper.
With his mighty, whip-cracking hands, he’s soundly beaten every challenger who thought they could best him.
“I’m putting my head on the line,” Viernes said. “I want to be a pioneer in the sport.”
On Saturday, Viernes will be appearing as a guest on the “The War from Warsaw” pro wrestling pay-per-view. He will be doing commentary on the live stream during the “The War from Warsaw” event. Commentating is $14.99 and includes FITE platforms which include Matt Striker, and Vampiro, who will commentate.
- The match will consist of three alternate slaps or strikes.
- There is a 60-second time limit between strikes.
- The offensive player’s feet must be no further apart than shoulder distance.
- An illegal strike is a strike of the opponent’s cheek with an open hand.
Please, make sure the ice buckets are full. Springfield resident Viernes grew up in Hawaii and lived there his entire life. His favorite sports were football, wrestling, and boxing. However, he discovered a new goal when he saw videos of Russian champion Vasily “Dumpling” Kamotsky.
“I saw, whoa, man, this is what I want to do,” Viernes said. “Once I figured out it was a thing, I just really wanted to do it. It was just in me. Everyone around me thought it was a joke. Thought I was just talking just to talk.”
On the break from working in construction, Viernes saw an ad for a slap-fighting competition happening in Branson and he told his boss “this is my chance.” Viernes proposed to his girlfriend.
The latest American slap fight
“I called the promoter and said, ‘Hey, you got room for me? I’m willing to do it yesterday,’” Viernes said.
The Crazy Hawaiian and the Hillbilly Hippie got to fight for 10 rounds with few punches. Both fighters were on the verge of stumbling by one hit too many.
Clamoring, the crowd jeered as they waited with their collective breath and turned back to the ice surface, hoping to see some play. With that, Viernes delivered the slap shot that rocked 350 pounds of beef and his spotter off their feet. The dazed Hippie fell onto the three helpers while the crowd exploded into a hoard.
Ariel has always been forced to live her life under the extreme scrutiny of society.
“It took me a week to stop looking like the ‘Goonies’ monster,” Viernes said.
His secret to success?
“I like to channel my chi, channel my energy,” he said. “It’s all fun and games until you figure out, man, this guy is hitting me with something else other than just his bare hand. It’s inner energy you bring out. I basically bring my power from the ground.”
For the first round, The Dumpling will fight against Maciej Kwiatkowski, and Viernes will be there to challenge for the title.
When foreign countries start to challenge the United States, Americans are often frustrated. These frustrations in daily life can be seen within “The Pursuit of DUMPLING”, and author George Viernes wanted America to be the victor.