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[[File:Deep-Sea Shark vs Excelsior.jpg|thumb|Deep-Sea Shark's killer blow on Excelsior]]
 
[[File:Deep-Sea Shark vs Excelsior.jpg|thumb|Deep-Sea Shark's killer blow on Excelsior]]
 
[[File:Excelsior immobile.jpg|thumb|Excelsior is counted out]]
 
[[File:Excelsior immobile.jpg|thumb|Excelsior is counted out]]
Deep-Sea Shark spun its blade up to speed, and Excelsior was cautious of this, attempting to point its front wedge at Deep-Sea Shark without directly approaching it. This allowed Excelsior to avoid Deep-Sea Shark's first attack, also swinging its decorative tail at Deep-Sea Shark, but it was then forced to flee and create space. Deep-Sea Shark was unfazed, and chased Excelsior down, delivering a frontal blow which threw Excelsior into the air. This hit bent the drive axle of Excelsior and the wheel guard, which was a large enough impact for both drive chains to slip from Excelsior's wheels, and with only forty seconds passed in the match, Excelsior then ground to a complete halt. Although it fired its flipper to show signs of movement, Excelsior was counted out, and Deep-Sea Shark easily collected its second victory, retaining its place on Huang Jian Xiang's team.
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Deep-Sea Shark spun its blade up to speed, and Excelsior was cautious of this, attempting to point its front wedge at Deep-Sea Shark without directly approaching it. This allowed Excelsior to avoid Deep-Sea Shark's first attack, also swinging its decorative tail at Deep-Sea Shark, but it was then forced to flee and create space. Deep-Sea Shark was unfazed, and chased Excelsior down, delivering a frontal blow which threw Excelsior into the air. This hit bent the drive axle of Excelsior and the wheel guard, which was a large enough impact for both drive chains slipped from Excelsior's wheels as a result of this hit, and with only forty seconds passed in the match, Excelsior then ground to a complete halt. Although it fired its flipper to show signs of movement, Excelsior was counted out, and Deep-Sea Shark easily collected its second victory, retaining its place on Huang Jian Xiang's team.
 
{{quote|Both drive chains popped off in that hit. The wheel guard deformed 1/4" and the axle bent too since it was attached, that was enough to derail both the chains. The fact he's a one hitter quitter, well yeah, yeah, at least he lasted more than 30 seconds!|Ed Robinson<ref>https://www.facebook.com/ExcelsiorBot/posts/396434167889588?comment_id=396890391177299&reply_comment_id=396963834503288&notif_id=1564492113780293&notif_t=feed_comment_reply</ref>}}
 
{{quote|Both drive chains popped off in that hit. The wheel guard deformed 1/4" and the axle bent too since it was attached, that was enough to derail both the chains. The fact he's a one hitter quitter, well yeah, yeah, at least he lasted more than 30 seconds!|Ed Robinson<ref>https://www.facebook.com/ExcelsiorBot/posts/396434167889588?comment_id=396890391177299&reply_comment_id=396963834503288&notif_id=1564492113780293&notif_t=feed_comment_reply</ref>}}
   
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