At a park, Bruce asks Johnny, "Why are we here?" That's a pretty profound philosophical issue to bring up in the midst of all this other stuff. Oh, he means in the park. Johnny says he's trying a different tactic: "If we can't stop this fight, Bruce, maybe we can arrange for a different ending." Bruce asks if Johnny can help Danny win. Johnny isn't sure, but first he needs to find a way to get Danny to listen to him. Cue the wife, who strolls into the park. Are they stalking her, or is this an arranged meeting? Apparently it doesn't matter.
Cut to Helena, who claims that Danny is trying to hide how scared he is, but she isn't sure if he's more scared of dying or of losing. Johnny says he wants to change what will happen. "How?" she asks.
Helena leads Johnny and Bruce into the gym. Danny starts growling, but Helena tells him that Johnny wants to help. "Help [him] into a coffin," the coach quips. Danny shouts, "How the hell are you gonna help me?" Johnny says he'll use his abilities to "guide" Danny. Danny nods and tells Helena, "Okay, I listened," and orders Johnny out. Bruce interrupts to ask whether Danny watches tapes of Tibbs fighting to study his form. He says that Johnny can tell them exactly what Tibbs will do in the fight. Danny asks Johnny if he can really do that. Johnny steps forward and says, "Possibly." Gee, that's almost convincing. The coach says, "I know you can win this fight, Danny, but you're the one who's got to believe it." Danny circles Johnny and asks if he's going to fight to win. Johnny says, "Possibly." Okay, no, this time he says, "Yeah," but he's still not brimming over with confidence.
Tibbs and Danny hit each other. The motion freezes as Tibbs lands a punch to Danny's jaw, and Johnny says it starts with a left hook. We exit Visionville and see that Johnny's holding Danny's hand while describing the fight. Danny looks really uncomfortable at the way Johnny's gripping his wrist, which is amusing. So there's a left, then a right, and Tibbs shifts his feet. The coach recognizes this move as a "Fitzsimmons Shift," and goes on about that for a while, which I guess is interesting if you care about boxing or something. Then there's two more punches, and a final left to the side of Danny's head is the killing blow. Danny yanks his hand out of Johnny's grip. The coach figures that the Fitzsimmons Shift is the problem, and tells Johnny to get out of the ring.