Image of the Spanish Bnet (i) and Zasko Master (d), who together with Mnak (no image) lead the classification of Freestyle Master Series (FMS) Spain after their respective victories on the second day and move away from their pursuers in the fight for the title. . / Juan Carlos Hidalgo / Archive
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Madrid, Sep 12 . .- Bnet, Mnak and Zasko Master lead the classification of Freestyle Master Series (FMS) Spain after their respective victories on the second day and they move away from their pursuers in the fight for the title.
Bnet took the lead in the FMS Spain rankings by winning their matchday two match against Mr. Ego. Thus, the Madrilenian tops the table with six points out of the six played with Mnak.
With the relaxed style that characterizes his rapping, Bnet musically fit all his rhymes, without neglecting the care in the construction and the solid argumentation with which he defends his positions.
In second place is Mnak, the only one who keeps the pulse of Madrid in terms of the perfect score, having won his two battles directly.
After beating Khan in his debut, the Ciudad Real landed his eighteenth consecutive victory on the circuit against Tirpa, in what was already a classic duel in the race for promotion last year.
Zasko Master barely gave SweetPain options to carry out his rematch for the Red Bull National Final in 2019. The even confrontation between the two lasted until two replicas, so the Alicante player added two points to place with five as third place.
Gazir closed the day by beating Blon in one of the greatest exhibitions in the history of the competition, despite the competitive level of the Barcelona player, who fell again for the second consecutive date and occupies the penultimate position in the table.
The young Asturian squeezed out all his mental agility by developing the concepts with a superior level of ingenuity, executing them with solvency, aggressiveness and cleanliness and with his triumph exposed the reasons why he started as one of the favorites to win the championship, despite of his casual defeat on the first day. Such was his performance that Gazir finished the day as the ‘MVP’ with 419 points, 100 more than SweetPain’s worth to become the best fighter of the first day.
Bottom player Khan, also recently promoted, added another defeat after falling to Valencian Errecé, who once again showed off his special ability to flow and sing on instrumentals. Despite his long and recognized career, the Catalan rapper continues with the empty box of points and with certain problems to adapt to the format and the competitive rhythm.
David Timon