Dr Disrespect was winding up his Overwatch placements for the season before he was rudely interrupted by a ‘call’ from the Undertaker, telling the streamer that he has “no patience for the Two-Time.”
Dr Disrespect is used to fielding calls from various celebrities. From fellow streamers like Michael ‘shroud’ Grzemiek, to developers like ‘Playerunknown’ and even debt collectors, the Doc’s cell is always buzzing.
While he’s usually the king of conversation, one phone call from the Undertaker left the streamer rattled — rattled enough to even turn off his stream and stop his Overwatch placements entirely.
The Doc was just finishing up his Overwatch placements, hovering around Silver-Gold elo and getting increasingly frustrated as losses kept flowing his way. After someone dodged his final game though, he received a call with no caller ID.
A glitch graphic played over the stream, with the Doc’s slightly-jovial mood quickly turning to fear. “I’m looking for someone” played over the Two-Time’s mic, and as the phone kept buzzing, he looked at it, seemingly hoping it would pick itself up.
As the scenery changed to outside his arena, with a bright banner telling him to pick it up, the Doc composed himself and took the call, which happened to be from none other than WWE superstar the Undertaker.
“You’ve trespassed on sacred ground,” the voice rung out. “I have no patience for the two-time. WWE is my domain, my yard. Your transgressions will be punished.
“Dr Disrespect, you will rest — in — peace” the voice — which sounded exactly like Mark William Calaway himself — continued.
The two-time wanted nothing to do with the threat, bailing off camera as quickly as possible, and ending the stream a few short seconds later. While he professes to be a “6’8” Gaming Freak of Nature,” one has to question whether he’d last 30 seconds in a cell with the Undertaker himself.
That wasn’t the only exciting thing that happened to the Doc on his latest Overwatch endeavor. The official Overwatch account dropped by to gift 100 subs to the two-time’s followers as a show of support for the streamer picking the game back up.
He also had to deal with his fair share of trolls, ragers, and toxic players on his grind through lower elo, although he never actually got to the end of his Damage placements on stream.
While he has a 1-3 record for now, we’ll have to wait until tomorrow, or another time, to see where he actually gets placed. After all, he’s got some business with the Undertaker to take care of, and that seems a lot more pressing.