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March 6, 2014
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Panther crushes rivals at War Climate

Pink Panther

Pink Panther has made a winning return to sound clash after dismantling opponents at the just-concluded War Climate stage show held last Saturday at Appleton Estate in St Elizabeth.

Just over a year ago, Pink Panther announced that he would be taking a break from sound clash to focus more on family and the nurturing of his recently formed record label, 5 Star Camp Productions.

However, the veteran, who has won multiple world titles in his previous 22 years, showed no sign of rust when he took on the challenges from long-time rivals Ricky Trooper, Bredda Hype, and Red Heat Innocent, which is based in Miami, Florida.

The slick-talking Panther blazed through the five rounds unscratched before meeting a formidable challenge in Bredda Hype. The two went toe to toe for a short period of time, but with plenty of experience and of rest, Pink Panther later managed to pull away from his competition to be crowned winner by a rather ambiguous audience.

After his triumph, an elated Pink Panther said he is always confident of winning a sound clash, but conceded that he had endured stiff competition from his nemesis.

"It was good to come back in the clash arena. A year seems like a decade, but it was necessary to break because I had some very important things to focus on. However, I always go out to win because I believe in my talent. I have to big up the rest of competitors, Trooper, Bredda Hype and the rest, because them push me to the limit," he said.

The War Climate stage show was organised by Ras & Twin Promotions. Panther, on the other hand, is gearing up for his monthlong tour of the US, which begins later this month.

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