George Jetson started the rap battle first and seemed to be admitting that rapping against Matlock wasn't the wisest decision. He truly showed off the full capability of his rhyme style i must say. He then called his rival fictitious and claimed to have left him opened up from how he taught him wisdom. Matlock then went in and said he came for the competition. He then said that his adversary was garbage and lame as shit and tried to imply that his opponent got a loose stomach when it was time to battle. He also accused him of looking like an undercover cop and claimed that he himself was doing Grind Time a favor by exterminating him. This round of the cypher was a tie in my opinion.
In the second of the lyrical battle George Jetson went into rhyme and claimed he was about to slay Matlock and brought up his last label. He spent most of his bars bringing up dirt on his rival claimed to be on a mission to dismember his pride. He had a long pause and mess up during his bar. Matlock then went into rhyme and claimed he would let George Jetson hype man for him. He also called his challenger a racist and claimed that his father was a clan leader. Matlock won this round of the contest in my opinion.
George Jetson then went into claim that he didn't know why Matlock was trying to start in the Grind Time League. He then said his adversary would need more on his team and claimed to be a linguist. He also tried to imply that his opposition had a fan base that got older and moved on with there life. Matlock then went into spit and claimed George Jetson was sacrificial lamb. He also accused his adversary of being a punching bag and claimed to be a legend himself. In my opinion Matlock won this round of the cypher.
In the fourth round of the rhyme battle Matlock went in and claimed George Jetson was from the gofer state. He also made fun of the way his adversary looked and compared this match to bowling with the bumpers. George Jetson then went into spit and accused Matlock of being like a gentle and friendly. He the claimed that his opponent was skinny enough to sketch his portrait. George Jetson won this round of the exhibition in my opinion.