Douglas again kept himself put. It was up in the air if a better tactic was to have Truse advance on the graveler, or step back by the urchin. Thus, he left it up to the machoke.
His eyes instead were on the downed opponents. He knew what he needed to do was remain put until the fight itself was about over, just in case. In reality, however, he knew that if he saw what could be a fatal blow, he would break his silence and rush forward nonetheless, and summarily he watched everyone who went down keenly in case it was more than unconsciousness.