And as I reflect on this book right
And as I reflect on this book right
And as I reflect on this book right
Phyche! I ain’t choking… I just wanted you to reflect on what it looks like


After forgetting a portion of his third-round, Brassy decides to call an end to his round (and battle) prematurely.

Money is confident that his second round was a clear win, so a clean third round is all that’s needed to secure victory. Despite this, Mark goes for the throat with a four-minute diatribe (twice the required length). In doing so, Money effectively highlights his superior memorization skills, while showcasing his ability to rebuttal, scheme, story-tell, joke, and win over the crowd.

He gets things started on a high note by making fun of Brassy’s third-round choke.

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