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This is the story of a guy who put the world on notice. The story of a guy who put American Tekken back on the map. The story of a guy everyone wanted to win.

This is the story of how Lil Majin suplexed the gods of Tekken.

Written and hosted by: Daniel Rosen (@Daniel_Rosen)
Edited by: Daniel Cole (@RandomTens)

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23 thoughts on “The Man Who Suplexed the Gods of Tekken

  1. Fighting games are the embodiment of hype.
    Where else can you see people with titles like "The Beast" and "The Man Who Suplexed the Gods" taken completely seriously and have them actually live up to it?

  2. I have no idea how to play Tekken. Never played the game. Regardless, I got chills watching this video, and suddenly, I want to play Tekken really bad.

  3. The person who choices the character King Shall Earn Its Rights To Become King Of Kings but if thy shall not become the King of Kings U shall Train Your Hardest. No King Shall Have Their Scar From The Front Only From The Back to Show Your Might No King Shall Be Afraid Of A Tough Opponent Even In Death Show No Fear And Die As A King…

  4. The best Tekken player is out there, in some third world country.
    When tekken 8 comes out we'll see the top champ: Roger Jr. will win the world tournament.

  5. I watch manjin's stream sometimes, and I think the same thing every time: given the level of tech he effortlessly displays, how does ANYONE ever beat a mad scientist like that at all, much less consistently?

  6. Whenever I watch one of your videos I have to go and make sure you didn't steal it from a smaller channel again. Shame on you Score esports for stealing content from small channels. Unsubscribed a couple months back.

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