Dr Disrespect is the leader of the Champions Club, and the streamer issued a warning to Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins on Sunday, December 8 that a return to Modern Warfare wouldn’t be a recipe for victories for the Fortnite star.
Ninja competed in all five weeks of the Fortnite Championship Series, and an impressive showing on the final day of the Finals saw his squad take home 8th place in North America, a worthy reward for the hard work he’s put in over the months to return to the game’s top table.
The Mixer streamer used Twitter to discuss his performance, praising his teammates for their performance, and discussing how he now feels like he is “back up to par” with the top professional players in the scene.
While many, including Ninja himself, were pleased with his showing in the FNCS Finals, Dr Disrespect wasn’t quite as impressed, with the two-time back-to-back Blockbuster Video Gaming Champion quickly responding to the tweet in trademark Doc style. “Here are my thoughts,” he wrote on Twitter. “You didn’t win.”
As for a possible return to Call of Duty, The Doc warned against that idea too, stating: “If you come back to Modern Warfare again, you won’t win. Not against the back-to-back.”
Here are my thoughts….
You didn’t win.
And if you come back to MW again, you won’t win. Not against the back to back.
— Dr Disrespect (@drdisrespect) December 8, 2019
Rather than firing back at Dr Disrespect, Ninja took a different approach with his response, sending back a question for The Doc, asking him if he remembered “when we were friends and you didn’t tear me down?”
Remember when we were friends and you didn’t tare me down 🙁
— Ninja (@Ninja) December 9, 2019
The Doc has been playing Modern Warfare since the game’s release in October, but the release of a remastered version of Halo Reach on PC has caught the streamer’s attention, who says it feels “so good” to play.
Judging by his comments to Ninja though, he has no intention of leaving Modern Warfare behind permanently and is ready to take on the challenge of Ninja any time he wants to return to the legendary FPS.