I knew the outcome of this battle before it even took place. There is enough footage of T-Rex to conclude that he could never stand toe to toe with Danny Myers for one round, much less three. Watching T-Rex is like watching a fossil come to life and being able to understand why it’s no longer in existence and no longer a threat. In all truth this is the utmost evidence that T-Rex should just give it up. The guy is in complete denial and his disillusion is just made worse by fanatical fans who don’t know a thing about battle rap. Well I’m here to tell the fans that Rex was never hot. You’ve been had, hoodwinked & bamboozled. It’s a crying shame that we continue to see T-Rex booked at SMACK events in his current shape. It’s like watching a prize fighter 10 years past his prime get beat up on.
For three rounds we got to see Danny Myers land hay-maker after hay-maker on what could be argued was the equivalent of a dead horse. Because of such a pathetic performance by T-Rex this battle actually was a bit of a disappointment. While watching someone get bodied can be entertaining, it’s not as fun as watching a competitive match-up that can be argued until the end of time.
Danny Myers 3-0, BODYBAG