This is just a sparring robot not a

This sequel
is about the battle of Atom and how he rise from the bottom because people
really doubting him because he is just a sparring robot not a fighting robot,
so he make his way to the top until the people saw him and believe in him
because even he is smaller than the other fighting robot he still win and it is
because of the trust of his owner Max Kenton. The first chapter is about the
fight versus ZEUS considered as the best fighting robot boxer in the whole
universe because of his strengths and powerful body. The people never thought
that there will be a fighting robot that can challenge Zeus to a fight because
he is just so strong and how hard he punch that might kill you and your robot.
And how he and his owner trained him to be better than the G-O-A-T. Who could
ever thought that a sparring robot coming from the junk yard will fight the
biggest and strongest robot boxer the whole universe has ever seen. It is
because of the trust and determination that he and his owner give to him. 
And because of that hard work and determination he shocked the world because he
won to the best boxer of all time and leave with the belt. And the rise of
demon warrior where the demon warrior taunt Atom to fight him and making the
rise of demon warrior to the downfall of demon warrior. Because on how he acted
to the one that he can’t really beat. He used his mouth not his brain and
because of that he make a bad image to himself. And they have a great fight
with Atom but it is not match because Atom is skilled, experienced. And knows
how to kick opponents face.  And then the chapter 3 we will see how Zeus
can return to battle with the one who gives him the first loss of his life and
how he comes back from adversity and how he can prove the haters wrong..

 

“At first,
some friends who are actually ‘unfriendly friends,’ would laugh at your faith
in succeeding with your dream, because they would judge you based on your past
failures and mistakes. But later on, they would become very jealous when they
start to notice that you are succeeding in an extraordinary way, and
continuously proving them wrong.” – Edmond Mbiaka

 

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