Awesome: Girls Of The Wild

  • In chapter 26, Han Gyul's gang comes at Jae Gu's house looking forward to beat him up, once more. They didn't expect the Wild's High girls to be there, but since they are bound to a rule that strictly prohibits them from using their battle skills outside the ring, they can't do much against their Bullying a Dragon treatment. After going as far as cutting Dal Dal's face and messing their dinner, they get Queen of all people involved in the fight, with Han Gyul falling against her and breaking the eggs she bought for Jae Gu. And she decides that's enough.. She closes the door and makes some calls in order to get her lawyer to clean up some mess she was about to do. The look of sheer horror in Han Gyul's face when he starts to realize what's just about to happen is priceless. And he deserved so much what came down.
  • Finally, in Chapter 49, the highly anticipated bet between Jae Gu and Han Gyul begins. As if having Han Gyul being looked down by Jae Gu right before the battle starts wasn't awesome enough, Jae Gu wins by following Queen's advice about knocking his opponent out with a kick in the temple.
  • It doesn't matter if you have a small army of thugs with you. Screw with Jae Gul's siblings and he will mess you up!
  • Moon Young. In the throes of Tranquil Fury, she completely destroys Kim Ho Pae in a bout after he cheap-shotted Jae Gu. She then pulls the stool that he brought in to hit her with, sat down in the middle of the ring and glared at the men that had accompanied him. They Zerg Rush her - she still wins.
  • Queen calls in a private security force to 'deal' with the thugs that were threatening an old master her friends outside the gate.
  • Lee Na - her every appearance is awesome in that she looks so utterly bored while people threaten her with fists or sticks and she disables them before they know what hit them.
    • In one of the later chapters, someone actually takes a shot at her. Shaking with pure rage, she orders a fresh Wild's High student to fight them, because she didn't want to kill them by accident. That is awesome in so many ways.
  • The battle between Dal Dal and Moon Young in the tournament. Both push each other to their limits as fighters.
  • Queen returns to face Kim Ho Pae in her last match in the Wild's Tournament.
  • He didn't win, but Kim Hye Shin's fight with the fifth strongest fighter ran on this.
  • Still a bit exhausted from Johnathan's Zerg Rush tactics earlier, Moon Young still beat fighters number five and four before being trounced by fighter number three, Moonbae.
  • Jae Gu's strategy for beating Moonbae, who had Queen on the ropes was nothing but this. A bit of heartwarming as well considering that a strategy that intricate requires the absolute trust between a fighter and her coach to work as a moment's hesitation could prove disastrous.
  • Jae gu took Queen's place after seeing that she was exhausted, sweating and ready to drop. Just in time to face fighter number two (especially awesome considering he was prepared to run from fighter number five.)
  • Jae Gu actually managed to squeak out a win against fighter number two by actually making the rules harder, and thanks to a medical forfeit. (Double bloody nose.)
  • Jae Gu's fight against Fighter number one, Jason, was nothing but this. Despite being completely spent because of his previous fight with Fighter number two, the fact that he was a determinator, and noticed that Jason really didn't understand the rules, he was able to get Jason so frustrated that Jason got himself disqualified by removing his gloves, despite the pleas of his Childhood Friend not to.
  • Ina got quite a few moments, but the best was when Jason, refusing to submit to her authority caused her to reach her Rage Breaking Point. She called out for any student of Wilds High who wasn't exhausted to deal with him. Dal Dal, who just arrived, volunteered. She took him down in two kicks with her Tae Kwon Do, only because the first kick missed.
  • Jae Gu's last moment of awesome in that arc was when Ina left saying she "was never there." Johnathan, after his best fighters were completely beaten, storms out into the ring, demanding Queen and her friends all bow to him and apologize. Jae Gu, having just gotten a free shot from Ina, took it, and finally gave Johnathan what the fans have all longed for, all while Johnathan was expecting Jae Gu to get on his knees and beg.
  • Chapter 192. Johnathan, expecting Queen to turn into a puddle of jelly after he threatened Jae Gu got a well-deserved No-Holds-Barred Beatdown. One thing, and only one thing made Queen stop. This line from Moon Young. "If you kill him, who will call Jeff?"
  • Chapter 194. Queen uses a truly awesome Death Glare combinded with I'll Kill You! on Jonathan, Dal Dal and Sumni tag team Jeff, Hwan Jae Oh pulls a Big Damn Heroes to help Jae Gu against a guy with a wrench, and Jae Gu manages to escape having Jeff grab him (not to mention survive Sunmi using him as a springboard.) But the prize goes to Jeff who, despite being a clear villain in the story, has managed to No Sell repeated attacks to the head and neck from both Dal Dal and Sunmi before reaching his Rage Breaking Point and doing a rather spirited impersonation of the Incredible Hulk before making a Badass Boast, in Angrish promising to "fight for real."
  • Jeff backing down from a fight he was clearly going to win, simply because he didn't want to scare children, cementing his status as a Punch Clock Villain.