We cut back to the locker room, where the alarm goes off again. Ashley grabs her gun. She and the scuzzy guard go running to help.
Back in the arena, the flunky computer guy sees Maddox lying on the ground, equipment stacked on top of him. He looks pretty dead. "Show's over!" the flunky yells. Ya think? The arena girls scatter.
Back in the ring, Clark turns to Lois. He tells her to run. Clark turns back, in slow motion, in time to see Kane rear back and deliver a bruising uppercut. The punch creates a cool sonic wave, and sends Clark flying. Blood from his mouth splatters the camera. Clark flies against the fence (a simple chain link fence can support his body?) and lands hard on the floor. Lois is finally scared.
Hallway. We replay the scene where the flunky tells Ashley that Maddox is dead.
Kane goes to Clark to do a finishing move. Lois hops on Kane's back and starts banging on his chest. For some reason, Kane isn't able just to flick her off like a big-boobed gnat. He has to forcefully spin around to send her flying. Lois doesn't even hit anything, but she immediately and conveniently falls unconscious. That's the only real lame part of the fight. Clark is standing. "Leave her alone!" he barks to Kane. As a shower of sparks shoots up behind him, Kane says that the human means nothing to him. He prefers four-breasted space hos. Kane says that Clark is the fight he's been hoping for. Clark's lip is all bloody. Shouldn't he already be healing? Clark says that Kane doesn't belong there. He belongs on the Friday-night wrestling show! Kane says that Clark is the one who doesn't belong. Snappy comeback. That's what they teach you in wrestler acting school. Clark dives at Kane, and they fly back onto a column, which breaks and falls.