Alright, I'll say it. The new Godzilla movie, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, was actually pretty awesome. Sure there was a lot of plot armor happening, and a vast majority of the plot didn't make sense, but let's be honest: that's not what you wanted in the first place. We all wanted to see big kaiju monster fights, and boy did we get them.

Not only that, but the Cowboy State even made an appearance in the film. The shady Monarch company tasked with finding and categorizing "titans," as the giant monsters are called, proclaim that they "Even found one in Wyoming,"

This means there's a giant monster buried somewhere in the Rocky Mountains of Wyoming, and I have a pretty good idea which one it is. Later in the movie, you see snapshots of the monsters across the world and one looks eerily similar to a Wooly Mammoth and appears to be in the mountainous region of the US. It's called "Behemoth," which is pretty apt.

My money is on that mammoth monster being the Cowboy State's own resident kaiju. What do you think? Have you seen the movie?

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