"Well...." Taichi was speechless. He wanted to say something but he couldn't find the words he wanted. Those words must have hidden deep in a foggy space. "You certainly are a fool that likes to sacrifice himself. Why can't you use the same measure you take with yourself as you take with others? Why do you have to treat yourself so specially? Oh, I do not mean that you are looking at yourself as more sublime, but as the oppositeâ€”you disdain yourself so you think that it's no big deal to sacrifice yourself. I can't understand why anyone would not treasure him- or herself. I am even disgusted by this." Inaba used words that were more spiced, relentlessly slashing them onto Taichi. "What's the reason that you like professional wrestling?" Inaba suddenly switched their topic. Though it was sudden, it was something he loved; therefore, he answered directly and fluently. "If I were to explain to outsiders, it should be 'the beauty to bear', because professional wrestling is a performance run from script, it's not a fight that the two opponents bet on their lives. On the contrary, this is a performance to attract the audience and 'compete with the audience'. Professional wrestling is not only about having a strong side with magnificent skills, but also about needing a side to 'bear' those strong attacks. Whether the skills or the competition would be attractive to the audience, or whether the competition would have a remarkable completion, hinges mainly on the side who 'bears' those attacks. The form of professional wrestling could be
The story of a high school club in Japan and how it's members endure strange supernatural events being thrust upon them.