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Tarzan and the Onbreekbaar (Chapter 2)
"Coy Banton." Tarzan said as he saw Coy Banton cockily standing a few feet in front of him. It has been roughly five years since that fateful day when they had that grueling fight. Tarzan remembered how exhausted he was when he did the last uppercut that knocked Banton unconscious. On that day, Coy Banton 6'5" and 190 pounds had gone toe-to-toe against the 6'3" 240 pounds Tarzan in an hour long back-and-forth match through jungle, waterfall, rocky riverbed and back to the jungle with neither warrior relenting to give the other triumph. Tarzan gave all his strength and skill on that match and so did Banton. Banton dished out all the scheme and cunning he possessed against Tarzan and endured the jungle hunk's brute might. The battle could have gone any other way until Tarzan delivered the final blow. Tarzan was ecstatic and relieved that he prevailed, he bellowed his jungle yell then with the last drops of adrenaline pumping his veins and collapsed on his knees panting. It took half an hour more until Tarzan was able to pull himself up, tie Banton securely and bring him to the authorities who sentence Coy Banton to Onbreekbaar for life. That was five years ago.
Tarzan had thought that Onbreekbaar would reform Coy or at least weaken his evilness. It was one of the reasons the jungle champion had thought when he agreed to come and visit Onbreekbar's reformation process. But Tarzan was wrong, deadly wrong as Coy stands now before him, more muscular than ever, bigger than even Tarzan! Tarzan looked at his opponent calculatingly as Coy did a double biceps pose mocking the jungle hero.