Upset in the Mead Hall
First round defeat to the Demon of the Danes
Beowulf the New Champion
The match in the Herot began with Grendel coming out slow, but Beowulf came out of the corner with guns blazing. The warrior of the Geats grappled the Demon of the Danes with all his might. There was no escaping the submission hold. An amazing sight to see within only one minute of the first round. Beowulf with a sidestep and arm swipe, he grasped Grendel's arm causing the shoulder and elbow to be dislocated. With that finisher, Beowulf had come out on top and had become the new champion of Herot.
Grendel had stated in the post-fight interview that he felt as though "[his] arm had been torn off completely". Beowulf felt only glory after wards, but only "had wished that his father-figure, Hrothgar, was there to see the victory."