Call of Duty World League caster Clint ‘Maven’ Evans is currently on holiday, but it seems he can’t escape the world of CoD esports after an incredible sighting in Mexico.
Evans is currently vacationing over the festive period, and while exploring around the town they’re staying in, Maven came across a startling discovery.
While entering a jewellery shop, Evans spotted a picture on the wall of a man who looked astonishingly similar to the CoD pro, posting a picture of it on Twitter with the caption: “I found a portrait of JKap in a Mexican jewellery shop.”
However, things took an even stranger turn when Daniel “Loony” Loza replied to Maven’s tweet stating that he thinks he is actually related to the JKap doppelgänger.
“I’m not 100% on this,” said Loony, “but I think he is either my great grandfather, or my great grandfather’s cousin. I carry a picture of him in my wallet.”
Maven used this to confirm that the informatiom provided by Loza killed his “JKap time traveller theory”, while Kaplan himself has yet to respond to the picture.
I guess that kills my JKap time traveler theory
— Clint Evans (@Maven) December 26, 2018
It seems Mexico is a hotbed for Call of Duty lookalikes, as 100 Thieves star Ian ‘Enable’ Wyatt was mistaken for one of Mexico’s greatest athletes the last time he visited the country.
People thought Wyatt was actually boxer Saúl ‘Canelo’ Álvarez while on vacation, with locals coming up and asking the American to take pictures with them in the build up to Canelo’s middleweight clash with Gennady ‘GGG’ Golovkin, which the Mexican won by split decision.