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Entertainment • Jun 28, 2019

Will Dr Disrespect actually stream an IRL base jump for his Twitch return?

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Will Dr Disrespect actually stream an IRL base jump for his Twitch return?
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Popular Twitch streamer Dr Disrespect has officially announced his return to Twitch, and some fans think he could be hinting at another IRL stream, possibly including a base jump, as part of his triumphant return.

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The Doc has been missing on Twitch since June 11, when he entered the men's bathroom at E3 2019 on a number of occasions while taking part in an IRL broadcast from the gaming convention.

The leader of the Champions Club had his Twitch channel banned, and ever since that fateful day fans have been pining for the return of their favorite streamer to the platform.

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Dr Disrespect's trip to the bathrooms at E3 ended in disaster.

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Thankfully for those who miss “The Two-Time,” Dr Disrespect uploaded a teaser to Twitter on June 27, revealing that he intended to return on July 8, appearing to make a call to Dan the Body to tell him that he was base jumping off of the Empire State Building in New York City.

With Dan the Body repeating The Doc’s apparent actions, many believe that it may have been a hint that he plans to perform some sort of base jump on his return to streaming, and that he got in contact with Dan the Body, who is the real-life security guard for band Avenged Sevenfold, because he intends to do another IRL broadcast on his first day back.

This would make sense, as Dan the Body’s first appearance was as part of Dr Disrespect’s E3 stream, and was never part of his regular gaming streams, so the fact that The Doc was getting in contact with him could be a major hint.

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Fans of the Twitch personality were quick to speculate on the possibility, with one stating that it would make The Doc “The two-time IRL streamer,” while another commented that they enjoyed his “deadpan persona,” and that he was “built for IRL streaming.”

While Doc’s ban has officially expired, fans will have to wait another full week before they can hop back in and enjoy The Doc, with July 8 his scheduled return to the platform.

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