Indominus Rex VS. Albertosaurus
They were waiting. The crowd holding their breath in suspense. Then the bay doors opened.
The Indominus Rex stepped out. Then looked at his opponent. It was an Albertosaurus. The Indominus' eyes blazed with rage suddenly and he roared. The Albertosaurus took a step back and then roared in return. Both roars were ear-splitting and shook the stands to either side of the battleground. Then the Indominus charged. Almost immediately the Albertosaurus turned around and, with a bone crushing collision, whipped the Indominus in the head with his tail.
The blow stopped Indominus in his tracks and smashed him sideways and onto the ground. Within ten seconds, the Albertosaurus was clawing and biting the Indominus' stomach. The Indominus roared in pain and hatred and clawed at the Albertosaurus' neck, the Albertosaurus kept on clawing and finally the Indominus shook the Albertosaurus free.
The Indominus got up and every step shook her with pain. The Indominus charged once more and dodged the incoming tail; then the Indominus sensed an opening. He lashed out and bit the Albertosaurus' tail, trying desperately to sever it. The Albertosaurus twisted and squirmed, but he still couldn't get to the Indominus. Finally, with one bone-shattering crunch, the Indominus Rex bit of the Albertosaurus' tail. Almost immediately, the Indominus ran away to the opposite side of the arena. The Albertosaurus crashed after it, but the Indominus dodged to the side and the Albertosaurus lost it's balance and crashed into the ground and wall.
The Albertosaurus tried to get up. But the Indominus was there. Holding it down. And eating.