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Dr Disrespect foams at the mouth with rage comparing Warzone to Fortnite

by Michael Gwilliam
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Legendary Twitch star Dr Disrespect lost his cool during a Call of Duty Warfare stream on March 19, after failing to kill multiple enemies in a practicing match leading up to the $50,000 Code Green tournament.

With over one hundred players left in the game and forty-six teams, it was up to Doc to pull off some clutch plays and buy back his squad.

Despite landing numerous shots on multiple enemies during the exchange, the Two-Time was unable to frag out and nobody could have expected what was about to happen next.

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Doc was not happy over placing 46th.

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“How does that guy not go down?” he asked after unloading a clip into an enemy target. At this point, he was quite calm in his approach, but that didn't last long.

Eventually, the popular streamer was downed during the firefight, prompting an explosion of anger to be unleashed.

“How did any of these f**king guy not go down?!” he screamed, standing up in the process. “How?!”

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At this point, Doc literally started foaming at the mouth as he went ballistic at the game. “I’m shooting f**king guys… I don’t know. This phony ass f**king game.”

Dr Disrespect then proceeded to compare Warzone to one of his most hated battle royale experiences – Fortnite.

“I feel like people [who play] Fortnite should easily just transfer right on in,” he added. “Come play this game. Come play this kids’ game. Are you f**king kidding me?”

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The rage didn’t stop there, either, and whatever food Doc was eating that started foaming at his mouth now rested firmly on his chin. “Unbelievable,” he sighed. “I don’t mean to sound like a whiny little brat, but I am! What the f**k? What? Am I playing Apex or what?”

Finally, the streaming star cooled down with his violence, speed and momentum directed at Warzone and went back to eating his lunch.

This isn’t the first time Dr Disrespect has raged at Warzone either. Earlier in March he complained about the game’s sound, primarily the Gulag's crowd noise. Luckily, the game is still in its infancy, so there’s still a lot of time for Infinity Ward to perfect the battle royale, especially in areas that Doc has been taking issue with.