Chun-Li's Beach Beatdown
Chapter One - End of a Holiday
It was a rare treat for Chun-Li to get some personal time to relax. Between her work at Interpol and her various battles with SIN, Shadoloo and the other Street Fighters it felt like she was constantly being flown across the world to get in one fist fight or another, so a week or three on the beach was the perfect way to relax.
On a small island in the South Pacific, the World's Strongest Woman was taking things nice and slow on her fifth day at the Island hotel: swimming in the crystal blue ocean, lounging on a nearly deserted glorious white sand beach with only the sounds of birds to stop her drifting off into a peaceful dream, and having perhaps a few to many drinks at the hotel's cocktail bar. It was a holiday! She was allowed to let herself go a bit even if it did mean there would be hell to pay at the gym afterwards when she returned to work, but now the appeals of the same stretch of water were starting to get a limited leading to the bikini-clad Chinese woman to do some exploring on the island... after one last Mai Tai.
Slipping in to a pair of blue sandals she jogged across the stretch of beach in front of her place of stay, and across a nearby sandbar to a new part of the island, one concealed by a ring of trees. Chun wasn't concerned about being able to make it back should the tide come in: she was a strong swimmer even when tipsy and the water never made it that far up the beach at high tide anyway, but it did add to the secluded nature of this already secluded island making it an irresistible spot for the investigator to well... investigate.
Pushing through the brush and through the trees, Chun-Li discovered something very unusual hidden within the trees. Someone had set up what looked very much like an outside training arena, resembling a Japanese wrestling dojo in the middle of a clearing in the woods. Practice rings, weight equipment, punching bags in the baking afternoon sun, but what caught the Interpol agent's interest the most was the centre piece, surrounded by black practice mats was a ring that looked like a hybrid of a traditional Sumo ring with white circles and lines painted across the clay and sand and a professional wrestling ring surrounded by grey ropes held in place by four wooden posts at each quarter. All with a view out to a small section of beach that gazed out onto the endless ocean. Whoever was training here had clearly tried to maintain the natural beauty of the area, but was otherwise very serious “No houses to see...” Chun-Li mumbled to herself as she jumped up, vaulting over the top rope and in to the ring “Who's place is this?” She asked.
“I told you, this is the easiest security gig in the world,” Came a man's voice through the treeline, partially covered by the birds squawking as someone else pushed through the trees “Good food, better swimming, even better chances to train up. Not even the tourists come here any more!” he chuckled.
“At least act seriously when you're on the clock Madea...” Another voice, similar in pitch but sounding a lot more done with his situation.
“Says the guy who just did a lap's swim around this place 'cause I said it'd be different than lookin out over the sand.” the first voice replied.
“That's patrolling.” the second voice chided.
“Yeah, yeah,” the other voice dismissed as the two pushed their way into the training clearing, only to suddenly stop as they and Chun-Li saw each other, the Street Fighter looking like she was a deer caught in the headlights while the man demanded out “Who the hell are you!?” as his smile dropped.
The two near-identical looking men were still dripping wet from their swim, but as soon as they saw Chun standing alone in the ring, they both tossed away their towels in the shrubs at the edge of the clearing and charged over the mats and towards her. Chun-Li held up her hands once she had an idea what was going on in an admission of fault, of course this place was going to be private property, so private that they didn't want outsiders to know this place existed. “I'm so sorry, I'll be just leaving in a second-” she apologized, but what she really should have been doing was paying attention as the one who had called out to her had already jumped in the ring with her and hadn't stopped running. Perhaps the drinks had been a little strong but whatever the reason, one of the muscle bound security guards was able to catch her off guard, driving his shoulder into her exposed midsection and lift her clear off the ground, carrying her for a second before launching himself forward and viciously driving Chun-Li down on the solid ground “Aaaaah!” She screamed in pain as soon as she could take in another breath, writhing in the dirt as her breasts bounced from the impact.
The swim short wearing guards were all over the Chinese fighter, as Maeda scrambled up from his charging tackle, he quickly crawled over to the still in shock Chun, reaching down to wrap his hand around her throat, sea water dripping down and clinging to both their bodies with a slight sting “Boaz! Get in here and help deal with this bitch!” The scarred swimmer called back to his partner before turning back to face the the woman he was strangling and bark questions at her “Who sent you? How'd you find this place?” he demanded
“Ack! Gckh!” Chun-Li choked out, unable to answer as her hands shot up to his wrist, desperately trying to pry the choking hand away before any darkness edged into her vision but to no avail. Her peaceful holiday was turning into a rough night at the office and the guards seemed strong with how much force the blue-clad one had put in to his slam. With no reprieve from the throttling the instinctual way, Chun instead managed to thrust the palm of her hand up into Maeda's face, knocking the guard off her and letting the Chinese fighter stand back up, ready for a fight. Boaz was up first, swinging a hook out to smack her back down into the dirt, only for the World's Strongest Woman to block it with one arm, and send the green-clad guard down with the other, all while still trying to get her breath back. Maeda wasn't going to stay down for long from just one palm strike but this time she knew what to expect, swinging one of her legendary legs up to smack into his jaw with enough force to send him spinning with a shout of “Hai!”
Her success would be short lived however as Boaz was already back up by the time she'd placed her foot back down, and this go around his strikes came at her a lot faster. No slow hook to try and level her in one shot this time, he also was resorting to palm strikes “Ugh!” Chun Li let out as her face was quickly slapped back and forth with no time to reprieve until a swinging kick caught her around the side of the head, staggering the Street Fighter long enough for Maeda to scramble back up and shake off the stars from taking a quick kick from the world's strongest woman.
“Unara!” The security guard grunted as he threw his weight into a series of elbow strikes that rocked Chun-Li and sent the Chinese fighter stumbling back. Already woozy from Boaz's kick, it was a shock to everyone that she remained on her feet even if she was stunned from the blows but the muscular men weren't done as Boaz came back in with some more quick palm thrusts to her face as she staggered around, finishing off his barrage with a heavier blow as he clubbed Chun-Li in the side of the head with his solid forearms until her legs finally gave underneath her, sending her face first into the dirt, the sea breeze giving an extra sting as it clung to the bruises on her face.
“Ughhh...” Chun-Li groaned as her face rubbed in the dirt, clay clinging to her large breasts as she struggled to get back to her feet, only to have a powerful arm block her escape as soon as she got up to her knees. Maeda had already moved in to pin her down to the ground, and as much as the Chinese Fighter tried to struggle against him and stand back up, his fist sinking into her stomach cut off any hopes of escape. “Ooffa!” Was all Chun could say as the security guard mercilessly pounded away on her belly, trying to break down the wall of her abs and drive the air out of her.
“Yo, move up,” Boaz grunted as Chun Li was forced back down to all fours under the beating from the twins, letting the scarred guard stand up and calm down while he took the initiative instead: driving his knees viciously into the fighter's side, letting her cry out in pain as his knee smashed into her fabric covered breast, unable to muster much defence from the relentless and cruel assault “We're gonna make you regret coming here.” He promised as one last knee crunched into her ribs instead, sending her rolling into the dirt, weakly covering her hurting chest.
Gasping for breath as she struggled up, Chun tried to move away from the two brutal island fighters only for Maeda to reach out and wrap his arms around her neck, pulling her closer to the bulky man as he trapped her arm in against his shoulder before he started to squeeze down “Hccck!” she choked out as her legendary legs wobbled beneath her, darkness creeping in to the edges of her sight as she sank down to one knee.
Out of desperation, Chun-Li swung her leg around clipping Maeda in the knee as she tried to use the jolt of pain it sent through the guard to slip out of the hold, wincing as her face rubbed against the sand-coated arm but at least she was able to gasp for breath again as she stumbled free, straight into the powerful fist of Baoz. “Ugghhhkkk...” She groaned as the punch penetrated any semblance of strength her body had left, spittle flying out of her mouth as she tumbled back down into the dirt.
Grunting in frustration, Maeda wasn't about to let Chun-Li suffer in peace as he reached down to wrap his arms over the Chinese fighter's neck once again “Say goodnight, slut.” He spat out as he twisted his body, rolling both him and the Street Fighter over on the ground and into a tight choke hold. There was no miraculous escape this time, Chun-Li weakly kicked up into the air but she couldn't break free. Her arms went limp and her arms slowly closed as she was choked out by the vicious guard, her legs laying flat down as her body was left on display.
“Whew!” Maeda let out as he let the lifeless fighter's head drop down, releasing his grip as he stood back up, dusting his hands off with a smile as if he didn't just beat down and choke out a woman “Okay, so maybe we did mess up the patrol.” He chuckled as Chun-Li was left weakly breathing on the floor.
“We?” Boaz questioned with folded arms, pushing Chun's limp body to the side with his foot, the Chinese Fighter unresponsive “It was 'cause of your dumb ass that she got in here.”
“Hey, we dealt with it didn't we? Even if she kicks like a mule,” Maeda protested looking down at the beaten fighter “Pretty hot though,” he remarked “Hey... since she's here... wanna have some fun with her?” the blue-clad man suggested with a smirk.
“Well we do have to restore our reputation. If the boss finds out we let in an intruder and didn't give her the full treatment...” Boaz nodded along with Maeda “We haven't even hit her hard enough to make her forget anything.”
“Yeah, we gotta really put this bitch through her paces.” Maeda said as the two loomed over Chun-Li, pondering just how they could possibly make the Chinese woman regret her drunken decisions more.