FaZe Clan CoD Pro ZooMaa Destroys Jake Paul on Twitter For Calling Out Chris Brown - Dexerto

FaZe Clan CoD Pro ZooMaa Destroys Jake Paul on Twitter For Calling Out Chris Brown

Published: 27/Aug/2018 14:40 Updated: 27/Aug/2018 17:44

by Matt Porter


Call of Duty pro player Tommy ‘ZooMaa’ Paparratto may have landed the ultimate knockout blow on Jake Paul, by roasting the YouTube sensation on Twitter.

The American was victorious in his undercard bout against KSI’s brother Deji at the Manchester Arena on Saturday, August 25, and immediately called out rapper Chris Brown as his next opponent, to the delight of social media.

Paparratto, on the other hand, was decidely less enthusiastic about the potential clash, and took to Twitter to declare that he had had enough of the event.

This fool said Chris Brown, I’m turning this shit off.


Never one to sit back and be silent, Paul shot back, thanking ZooMaa for the cost of the event, which was distributed via pay-per-view on YouTube.

Thanks for the $10 my g❤️❤️


It was the FaZe Clan member who would have the last laugh, however, destroying the YouTuber-turned-boxer by explaining he didn’t actually pay for the event, but instead watched it on Twitch.

I didn’t buy that shit it was on twitch for free.


ZooMaa wasn’t the only person who watched the historic boxing event on Twitch, with over one million people estimated to have watched the event on the streaming platform, instead of the official broadcast.

If Chris Brown does accept Jake Paul’s challenge, the fight will probably take place on the same card as the KSI vs Logan Paul rematch early in 2019. It’s safe to assume, however, that ZooMaa won’t be watching.

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Dr Disrespect explains how Black Ops Cold War could be “so much more fun”

Published: 21/Oct/2020 3:29

by Alex Tsiaoussidis


Dr Disrespect has chimed in on the much-maligned SBMM system used in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and other titles, and although he doesn’t blame Treyarch, the Doc is less than impressed with the system and wants it removed.

Dr Disrespect is all about violence, speed, and momentum. However, he hasn’t been able to spread his wings in Black Ops Cold War and fly like the eagle he was born to be, and he blames it all on SBMM.

SBMM, which stands for skill-based matchmaking, is a system used in many popular games to try and balance out lobbies.

Some players and developers think it’s a good thing, but many others believe it tends to ‘punish’ higher-skilled players like Dr Disrespect. It throws them into lobbies with other elite players, which results in ‘sweaty’ games where everyone is good and trying really hard to win.

The game becomes more serious and less casual, and it demands more effort, which is less than ideal for streamers like the Doc, who want to entertain.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is one of many games that uses SBMM.

Dr Disrespect has never been one to hold his tongue and mince his words on matters important to him. In his latest stream, he had a frustrating time playing Black Ops Cold War due to SBMM and shared his thoughts.

Man, that SBMM, what a… what a…” he said, struggling to find the words to summarize his rage. “SBMM results to exact same fight every single time.” It’s a sentiment shared by players from many different games and skill brackets.

“It has nothing to do with… game design,” he added.

“Treyarch knocks it out the park… I just think it has something to do with a lot of the technical stuff… I would take that tech out.”

Dr Disrespect
Dr Disrespect isn’t one to hold back on his opinions, especially when it comes to games.

Dr Disrespect knows that it isn’t Treyarchs fault. Instead, he refers to a “third-party” who works with them and “manages all the data and everything.” He says, “they’re able to make all these tweaks, and all that stuff,” and the fact that SBMM is implemented at all is “such a bummer.”

“I want some sheep in my lobbies,” he said. “I want a couple triple peekers. The game could like just be so much more fun. I don’t understand why they have it.”

The related segment begins at 3:38:30 in the video below.

Dr Disrespect isn’t the first person to express his concerns about SBMM, and he won’t be the last. However, the Doc is a pillar in the gaming community. He has also been involved in some behind-the-scenes level design, so his opinion has some weight.

Either way, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is still loads of fun. SBMM might even help you become a better player if you’re willing to embrace it.