Sano took Diego's advice by heart and came up with a plan to defeat him. By making a magnetic track, Sano propelled himself towards a trapped Diego at incredible speeds and rammed him head on. Still, Diego was able to grasp victory by a powerful bluff while Sano was in the null power area. Now the games are tied one to one. Next up is Mori vs. Kilnorton, with an IQ of 179. Mori is freaking out about how to get him to do the special pose, but thanks to Hideyoshi, Mori tricks him! The problem is that Kilnorton has already planned for everything, refusing to knock himself out because it would damage his own glasses.Now Mori has to work even harder for a win. After accidentally destroying both pairs of glasses, Mori surprises everyone by revealing a backpack full of glasses. Mori threatens to break them all with a huge rock if Kilnorton doesn't use his head as a shield. Luckily, Kilnorton's IQ is no match for Mori's cunning! Next up is Ballow vs. A tired and injured Sano. Sano knows he can't do much, but he promises to get Ballow to reveal his power. He succeeds, but Ballow has no intention of allowing Sano to tell his friends what it is and cruelly knocks him out, angering Ueki. The two are next to meet, but a shocking bit of information from Tenko reveals that Ueki is going into this fight severely handicapped: Ueki is now a 0-star heavenly being!
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