Stephen Day wrote:
After hours, McClane shouts, "you sank my battleship!" and Death cries out in victory. Death then sends McClane off to his place in the after life and walks through a nearby door, emerging on Bourbon Street in New Orleans at the height of Mardi Gras. Sometime later that evening he finds himself face to face with:
Strength really isn't Death's strong suit, so he challenges Rocky to a game of Twister. If Rocky wins, Mickey comes back. Rocky agrees, though he isn't that flexible. Death spins and he ends up under Rocky, his feet right by Rocky's face. Rocky reels from Death's athlete's foot (about the only thing athletic about him) and passes out. This puts the squeeze on Death. It isn't over as Rocky faintly hears the chants from Mickey, Rocky struggles to stand. Being nearly crushed to... death... and smelling the foul raw egg emissions of Rocky, Death surrenders. Mickey was actually yelling to Rocky that he doesn't want to come back as he's got a good thing going.Winner: Rocky Balboa
Depressed a bit Rocky stumbles past a boxing facility he's never seen before. It was a bit odd it was kind of misty on an otherwise clear day. Feeling he needed a workout, Rocky steps in to the boxing ring
and he hears the bell's "ding ding". He sees a poster on the wall: "Rocky vs. Rocky"
Out of the shadows steps: Rocky Davis
(sorry couldn't find a picture of him in his prime)