We don't "document losers" for just being bad, we more or less points out when they make a humiliating ass of themselves or trying to trick and scam people and similare things!I am mainly asking this question because this thread and this site, in general, is made to document "losers" who don't win very much at what they do and focusing on what someone like LTG reacts to success with would help in understanding them very much
He made a claim on a stream later on afterwards about how the editing of the episodes was poorly and stupidly done, he would rather have cut every episode in to smaller episodes so he would get more time on the air and he went on to rant about how the views drop simply because he was "eliminated"...He was extremely excited to be on the show, but you've got the second half wrong. He plummeted the moment he was eliminated, slept during their filmings, and made no effort at the 2nd chance. He actually told me as much via PM and said he would make a video on his experience on the show. With even more time, the taste became more sour, and he (spitefully, it seems) changed his mind to believe it not signifcant enough to warrant a video (which he said on stream a few days ago).
But it was a fun time prior to the airing of the show, he was like a junkie fuled up on meth and his fans were close behind, everyone believing that he was now going to be the next Will Smith or Boseman, it was like seeing when he announced he was going to start going to tournaments again.
Also from this time that his hate for UltraDavid originated!
For the "mentally weak"? Like people that rage and screams over losing a match in a video game? Mentally under developed? Like the people that present pseudoscience and subjective opinions as real science and facts?
Again he shows fear of having his frail image of the world and himself proved flawed and inaccurate...
Not like they would want to know the participants actual name and other info before entering...
I know he isn't serious about it because he know he would get caught quickly and get in even more trouble, but would be quite fun seeing commit identity fraud!