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Ninja pulls off perfect Dr Disrespect impression - “Violence. Speed. Momentum!”

by Meg Bethany Koepp

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Tyler “Ninja” Blevins has spent plenty of time on Twitch playing with Dr Disrespect, which allowed him to give a perfect impression of the Two-Time, much to the delight of his viewers.

Ninja and Dr Disrespect are undoubtedly two of the most popular creators on the streaming platform and have had their fair share of friendly ‘beef’ on Twitter in the past.

Yesterday saw the start of the Tfue lawsuit against FaZe Clan where Tfue accused FaZe of locking him into an ‘oppressive’ contract, which sent the entire internet into a state of madness.

Dr Disrespect/GFUEL
Dr Disrespect/GFUEL
Ninja enacted an uncanny Dr Disrespect impersonation.

Luckily, Ninja was around to break the tension, awarding his viewers with a perfect impression of Dr Disrespect while playing synth music in the background.

“Violence. Speed. Momentum,” he announces as he looks directly into the camera, “the two time back to back 1991, 1992 Blockbuster champion, it’s not even close!”

‘Violence. Speed. Momentum’ is Dr Disrespect’s signature catchphrase and ‘Blockbuster champion’ is a reference to his self-declared 1993-1994 wins.


Will Dr Disrespect give a response? 

It’s only a matter of time before Dr Disrespect responds as he is known to do impersonations of other streamers himself from time to time, as well as making jokes towards others.

When Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek was involved in a scooter accident that left him hospitalized back in March, Doc wasted no time in making a friendly jab at him.

Shroud/Twitter
Shroud/Twitter
Dr Disrespect wasted no time mocking shroud for his scooter injury.

"He got a booboo on his elbow!” Doc exclaimed during a stream, “tell him to get in the post and guard a 7 foot, 250-pound monster athletic man.”

“He fell off his scooter and got a booboo on his elbow,” Doc continued, “and it’s the collapse of social media. Jesus!”

Shroud and Doc have an established rivalry on Twitch and are no strangers to joking around with each other, so his mocking of the popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds streamer was taken in good faith.