The Fiery Fist O' Pain was a large roller coaster at Glove World (now in Glove Universe). SpongeBob and Patrick were excited yet hesitant to ride it in the episode "Roller Cowards." This ride was briefly seen in the beginning of the episodes "Rock Bottom," "Tunnel of Glove," and "Glove World R.I.P." The Fiery Fist O' Pain is the only roller coaster at its location, Glove World besides The Mitten kiddie coaster. This ride is extremely hectic, it has a warning sign outside of the ride that warns that the ride may cause crying, screaming, projectile vomiting, amnesia, spine loss, embarrassing accidents, uncontrollable gas, and explosive diarrhea (and in Larry the Lobster's case, smelly armpits).
The waiting line for Fiery Fist O' Pain starts right outside of the ride by the Warning Sign and a gate. The ride's boarding station looks like
a medieval castle with red splatters on the wall. Once in the cart, a safety bar, tape and helmets are placed on the rider. They must sign a contract saying they will not blame Glove World in the case of an accident. Once done, the ride quickly exits the station and climbs an extremely high and steep hill. At the top, the cart goes down a steep plunge, barely escaping fires, pounding gloves and lasers only. At one point, the cart flings out the rider's skeletons and catches them as they ride uphill once more. The cart goes up a taller hill, so tall it is above water. The cart falls down the hill, causing an explosion, and the ride is over.
When the cart goes up the first hill, a chain is heard but none is seen.
The tape and helmets put on the riders in the station are useless, as they fly off when the ride starts.
The Fiery Fist O' Pain is described as a hyper coaster or giga coaster derived from Bolliger and Mabillard hypercoasters.
The Fiery Fist O' Pain, as stated by its operator, is "always" breaking down.
It is unknown how the cart goes up the second, taller hill without a chainlift.
The second hill goes above the water's surface.
The Fiery Fist O' Pain is known to have its riders lose their spines.
This ride is similar to Wild Mouse coasters because of its turns, Fury 325 at Carowinds because of its drops, speed and airtime hills, and Disney roller coasters (such as Space Mountain or Rock 'N' Roller Coaster) because of the special effects.