Sunday:

I had gone to the gym very early in the morning. I wanted to be as focused and ready for my match as possible.

Brie, Nattie and Naomi had agreed to come with me.

We had been able to find a ring at a nearby facility.

"I kind of want to practice my shooting star moonsault," I told them as Brie got up from taking an arm drag from Nattie.

"Not it," Naomi said right away.

"Not it," Nattie said soon after.

"Bries it!" Naomi said with a grin.

"Dude, no!" Brie exclaimed.

"Please Brie," I said, "That's actually the move that I beat AJ with, so I might need to pull that one out again," I said.

"No! Don't make me!" Brie begged.

"Please!" I begged.

Brie sighed, "Will you promise to do it as light as possible?"

"Yes," I lied.

Brie groaned, "Who the hell agreed to practice this with you?"

I was about to answer, but my mouth shut right away.

"Get on the ground!" Naomi ordered.

Brie slowly got on the ground and laid near the corner. She did the sign of the cross.

"I'm not going to kill you," I promised as I started climbing up the turnbuckle.

"Yes you are!" Brie exclaimed, closing her eyes.

Naomi and Nattie just laughed at her from the other side of the ring.

"Alright," I said when I made it to the top. I immediately started checking my feet placement.

When I was satisfied, I pointed to Nattie, "Give me a count down, Natters!"

Brie screamed. We laughed in amusement.

"Alright, on three," I said.

"1!" Nattie started.

I jumped as soon as she said it and did a corkscrew in the air before I landed belly first on Brie.

Brie started groaning in pain as she rolled on her side and held her stomach. I jumped to my feet.

"I thought you said on three!" Brie said.

"Sorry, I couldn't help myself," I said in amusement.

Brie sat up with her arms still on her stomach.

"That was evil," Naomi said, still laughing.

"That looked really good," Nattie said, "How did you learn it so well."

I just nodded at her, "Yeah, it was good, wasn't it?"

Nattie raised an eyebrow at me.

"So, how did you learn it so well?" Naomi repeated Nattie's question.

I sighed, "You know, I don't want to lay all my cards out on the table, so that's just going to be between me and myself right now."

They all stared blankly at me.

"I won't take it," Naomi said.

"Yeah, but..." I started.

"I will put you in a sharp shooter till you tell us," Nattie warned.

Brie, who was still rolling around in pain, grunted in agreement.

"Ok, I'm going to be dead serious with you, I don't want to talk about it," I said, leaning my back against the ropes, "So, lets drop it. Pretty please."

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