This is a 2part Question. Part 1 Question. Could this style of storytelling work? My MC is a 16 year old indy wrestler who is a babyface (good guy) and has a match with another 16 year indy wrestler who is a heel (bad guy) for they city televised wrestling company. This isn't the wrestling you see in the gym at school. Its the wrestling you see in WWE. I want to build up they rivalry and have they rivalry end at a PPV (Climax part in the book). I want to leave they rivalry inside the ring and be built around the ring with little or no interaction outside the ring. Just like WWE build storylines for they wrestlers. But my problem is would this kind of story telling work for a novel since the only time these two characters come into contact with each other is inside the ring Like it is for WWE stories? I only plan to write from my MC POV and there are subplots surrounding his life. Part 2 Question. How to end a big battle scene? In the story i mentioned above, my MC turns heel (the bad guy) at the climax (PPV event) point of the story. His opponent pins him with a roll-up, he gets angry and attacks him after the match and even attacks the referee. This leads to the big battle scene that takes place in a neighborhood field where my MC and his huge group of friends meets up to fight the person he lost his match against and his huge group of friends. How do i end this battle? Do i show some of the fighting and then jump ahead to the ending of the battle and show who won and who lost?