William was ready for his first fight. The thing is, I don't think I'm willing to see his first fight. For weeks we have been practicing and the more this day has gotten closer, the more scared I felt. What if something happened to him? What if he accidentally hurts someone and regrets it? What if he hates it and blame it all on me?
"Don't look so worried. I'm not dead yet." William said as he fudge his shoulder with mine. I could only grimace in return but something didn't feel right and I didn't like it.
"Maybe we can do this next time." I suggested. William only laughed and shook his head.
"No way! You're just worried for me." William puffed his chest out. I smirked at this and lightly hit my elbow to his rib cage.
"You wish." I said as I walked closer to the alley.
"Every night." William muttered back but I don't think I was suppose to hear it so I acted like I didn't listen to him.
"Now, remember what they will do to you. They will use any advantage they can on you." I said as I signed William in.
"Calm down." He said as he started to get ready. I sighed and nodded. The last thing I should be doing right now is getting him worried for me. The cool night blew against my skin as I saw goosebumps start to rise. I ignored the cold and helped William get his bandages in his fists. I looked around and saw most of the girls here were practically drooling over him. I glared at them, but that didn't stop their staring. I looked over at William and could somewhat understand why the girls were watching him. His black muscle shirt showed off his tan and muscles while his shorts showed off his butt and legs.
"I need to get you better attire." I said as I looked around at all the guys. Truth be told it wasn't because of how all the other guys dressed in jeans and thicker shirts, but mostly because of all of the distraction of women.
"Don't get distracted of those girls. You are here to win, not to get some girl in your bed." I said. William wasn't even paying attention to me.
"Whatever. I just want to fight." He said as he watched two guys fight.
"William, don't get to attached! You will love it at first, but it will always ruin you! It will ruin your happiness and family and friends!" I said as I stared into his eyes, hoping he would listen.
"Then why did you do it?" He asked back as he glared at me.
"I don't know. All I know is, make sure to keep a distance between your life now and your life here." I said. Deep down, I was hoping he would listen to me, but as he looked at me, I knew I was wrong.