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In the third round, Clay began to take control of the fight. At about 30 seconds into the round, he hit Liston with several combinations, causing a bruise under Liston's right eye and a cut under his left, which eventually required eight stitches to close. It was the first time in his career that Liston had been cut. At one point in this attack, Liston was rocked as he was driven to the ropes. Les Keiter, broadcasting at ringside, shouted, \"This could be the upset of the century!\" Mort Sharnik described the moment: \"Cassius hit Liston with a one-two combination; a jab followed by a straight right. Cassius pulled the jab back and there was a mouse underneath Sonny's right eye. Then he pulled the right back and there was a gash underneath the other eye. ... It was like the armor plate of a battleship being pierced. I said to myself, 'My God, Cassius Clay is winning this fight!'\" A clearly angered Liston rallied at the end of the round, as Clay seemed tired, and delivered punishing shots to Clay's body. It was probably Liston's best moment in the entire fight. But as the round ended, Clay shouted to him, \"you big sucka, I got you now\". Sitting on his stool between rounds, Liston was breathing heavily as his cornermen worked on his cut.
The new date was set for May 25, 1965. But as it approached, Liston was involved in yet another arrest and there were fears that the promoters were tied to organized crime. Massachusetts officials, most notably Suffolk County District Attorney Garrett H. Byrne, began to have second thoughts. Byrne sought an injunction blocking the fight in Boston because Inter-Continental Promotions was promoting the fight without a Massachusetts license. Inter-Continental said local veteran Sam Silverman was the promoter. On May 7, backers of the rematch ended the court battle by pulling the fight out of Boston.
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For our part, Malik and I were rarely called upon to officiate. I merely kept the score, and Corluka managed to win points without controversy. He bounded across the court with the effortless grace of his renowned bloodline from the Isle of Man. Basto seemed totally intimidated by the nobleman and made a number of unforced errors. Indeed, the match was rather boring, and the spectators were losing interest. What had been advertised as a major battle between a precocious talent and a wily elite was becoming a slaughter. Corluka closed out the second set with a trick shot into one of the targets that sent Basto running the wrong way. He had superior racket skills and his awesome wrist strength meant that he could disguise his shots until the last moment.
This glitch is fixed (that is, the memory address is properly updated) if the player blacks out (either in battle or the overworld), uses Dig, Teleport, or Fly outside of battle, uses an Escape Rope, or enters and leaves the Cycling Road.
It is possible for the player to deposit all Pokémon except fainted ones and a black out will occur but only after four steps in the same session. In Red and Blue it is possible to progress further by saving the game before traveling four steps to reset the 'remaining step count' to 4 when the game is reset, though this is no longer the case in Pokémon Yellow because the remaining step count was changed to default to 1 step. The player immediately has a black out if entering a battle with just fainted Pokémon.
If the player talks with Professor Oak after defeating Blue at the optional battle on Route 22, Professor Oak will give the player 5 Poké Balls if there is no added caught data in the Pokédex (other than a single caught Pokémon, the starter Pokémon). If the Bag is full, this glitch will permanently prevent the player from receiving those Poké Balls.
If, while riding the Bicycle in Victory Road, the player falls through a hole, they will, on landing, no longer be riding the Bicycle; nonetheless, the Bicycle theme music will continue to play until the player enters a battle, leaves the dungeon, changes floors, or resets the game.
Afterwards the player will find the NPC infinitely walking downwards and looping each time he goes offscreen. The player must then talk to him while standing to the left of the Pokémon Center entrance, then instead of a usual walking sequence, Red and the NPC will be indefinitely standing in place while the \"follow me\" music slowly fades out. Eventually this \"staring contest\" ends with the textbox that would've been displayed once the walking sequence ends. Closing the textbox will put the player in a battle with a \"Hooked Dragonite\" (hence the name) with the Gym Leader battle music, however all of the player's controls are disabled and they are soft locked.
The effects of this glitch are caused by a buffer overflow that occurs based on the game trying to find a path for the NPC to take in order to reach the destination. The game searches player coordinates from a table to determine the various movements that can be used to bring the player to their destination, as the path is different depending on where he was spoken to. If the coordinates are not present on the table, the game searches beyond the table to find one (as the player was not intended to be able to speak to the NPC in these locations). Most of the time the game cannot find any and the game will soft lock. However if a matching entry happens to be found, the game will use it as movement data and copy it to a buffer until it reaches the first 0xFF terminator byte. The hooked Dragonite is the result of changing the address $D059, wCurOpponent, and the reason controls are disabled is because they were unable to be unlocked when the battle starts with the hooked Dragonite.
In the Viridian Forest, there is a Lass whose sprite is clearly over the grass. This trainer won't move because she doesn't have a range at which she will walk up to the player, so she has to be battled by walking up and talking to her.
This causes a no-effect item to still increase Pikachu's friendship value. For example, attempting to use a Potion on a Pikachu that has fainted or has full health, an Antidote when Pikachu is not poisoned, Calcium when Pikachu has already has at least 25600 Special stat experience, or X Special when the Special stat has already been raised 6 stages in battle. This does not consume the item, so the same item can repeatedly increase Pikachu's friendship.
At the start of Necessary Intervention, Aiba is thrust into a cooking battle with Gen Ishiyagane. Mizuki suggests using the 1-second TIMIE they have received to condense a year's worth of training into a single second. If the player chooses to decline the training, Aiba will not learn how to cook properly, and instead throws together a nonsensical dish that loses her the competition and leads to a GAME OVER.
A battle arena is a recurring feature in the Final Fantasy series. Battle arenas are locations where the player's party can enter a battle against a number of enemies. Their functionality between games varies.
Many battle arenas allow earlier enemies to be fought, often with a different AI script or stronger than the ordinary version of the enemy. Many battle arenas only allow one enemy to be fought at a time, while others only allow one party member to be in the arena at a time. Defeating enemies often yields items while defeating stronger opponents often yields better items.
The Cloister of the Dead is a sub-area within the Sealed Temple, a bonus dungeon in the Advance and subsequent ports, which is unlocked by defeating Enuo, the main boss of that dungeon. It is divided into six floors and allows the player to rebattle most of the bosses. Leaving the Cloister causes the battles to be reset. Clearing the final floor awards the Medal of Smiting. The player can repeat the battles as many times as they want.
Due to the amount of unhelpful commands characters may have, and the multitude of spells they may have learned by this point, many players use Umaro who always uses the Attack command. Due to him being AI-controlled, the preparations before battle and his stats are the only things to affect the outcome, with an element of luck.
The opponent fought is based on the item put forward, or the wager. If the player wins they earn a new item and lose their wager. If the player character dies, even if the enemy dies in the same attack, the player wins no item and loses their wager. If a character warps out of the battle they will retain their wager, but not earn a reward.
The Soul Shrine is a bonus dungeon in the Advance and subsequent ports located on a small island near Mobliz. The shrine becomes available after the Dragons' Den and the main story have been completed. The Soul Shrine contains a series of 128 battles against most of the enemies and bosses, including the new dragons from the Dragons' Den.
The Battle Square is found in the Gold Saucer where the player must spend previously earned GP to face a series of battles with a chosen character. The player has full control over the character who enters the battle in the state they are in before the battle, including their HP amount and LIMIT gauge. After the battle their state is returned to as it was before they entered (even if they die); if the player enters the Battle Square with a f