King K. Rool (SSBU)/Neutral attack/Hit 2
King K. Rool does a quick claw swipe. Coming out Frame 3, this is King K. Rool's fastest move in general, although due to Hit 1's transition, it is technically Frame 9. Like Hit 1, this deals 4 extra frames of hitstun in addition to the usual amount. Due to the reasonably quick frame data and good active frames considering Hit 1, it's a niche option for baiting opponents trying to punish Hit 1. It is also slightly disjointed for the same reason as Hit 1: the lack of hand hurtboxes.
Hitting lower than Hit 1 means Hit 2 is better at locking or hitting buried opponents than the prior. This is important in some matchups, although it takes time to set up and thus tends to lose to getup attack. Outside of this, the best use of Hit 2 is in niche spacing scenarios where you need more hitboxes, or going into Hit 3.