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Zero Loses His First Smash Bros Wii U Tournament To Nairo Ending His Winning Streak

In a surprising turn of events, professional Super Smash Bros player Zero has lost his first Super Smash Bros Wii U tournament to Nairo which puts an end to his impressive fifty-six tournament winning streak. Nairo managed to beat Zero 3-2, 3-1 in the Major League Gaming 2015 Super Smash Bros Wii U Grand Finals. You can watch footage of the historic event in the video embedded, above.

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Thanks, Homero and MasterPikachu6

58 comments

  1. This pisses me off I’m scrolling down on mynintendofuckboii’s and I see the smash bros picture I get excited thinking it’s dlc but no it’s just ZeRo losing to NAIRO I don’t care about that shit where’s the dlc character mother fuckers

  2. >>>We need to take the Zero formula and evolve it to create a new line of super soldiers>>>

        1. His power?! He plays the same character since she was playable, not surprising he will do well with Zero Suit Samus.

                1. Lol I see what you mean; he shows no mercy for his opponents. You are quite the sinister entity.

              1. That would be a feat. Winning a tournament with each character.

                Besides that, Zero’s Falcon is still one of the bests in SSB4, if not the best. He doesn’t main him, though, but there’s that.

                And IIRC, he played Sheik at the start, with Meta Knight as a secondary later on.

                1. Lol was only joking when I said yes. The point I was trying to make was if you play with the same character over and over, obviously you are going have more success with that character :P

                  1. It doesn’t guarantee success, though. And as I said, the guy has switched mains over time.

                    The point is, many people don’t get that to play any fighting game competitively you HAVE to limit yourself to one character as you main and a secondary to compensate bad match-ups at MAXIMUM. Any more than that and your muscle memory fucks up the frame data you pick from experience by mixing it between characters.

                    1. You should look up Infiltration really quick. While learning one character more than others is a good way to learn how to play a fighting game well limiting yourself to learning one characters mechanics is basically setting you up for loss.

                    2. That’s why I mentioned secondaries as the way to cover the bad match-ups of your main. Of course, it depends on the game, but remember that we were talking about Smash here.

      1. >>>Our Super Soldiers are way more advanced than such useless outdated rubbish>>>

                1. >>>My main processors do not process unnecessary information, however, I do have a “Junk” processor added to handle such matters and this was the best thing I could find with my current “Junk” upgrades>>>

                  1. Bitch please. You might as well add your self to your junk processor because you’re full of shit.

                    1. Can’t really look at that video right now. But ever it is I bet it’s dumb as shit.

        1. >>>Everything that has a good beginning have horrible endings, but where others failed, the empire will succeed>>>

  3. Yeah I heard this last night. Too bad I wasn’t watching the tournament… I really wanted to see how well it went! Might have to watch it later! But anyway, this is great! Nice to see someone FINALLY tops ZeRo! Anti from the tournament last week (I think last week can’t remember lol) was REALLY close to beating him! Man he was AMAZING!!!! His Mario kicked ass!!!!!

    1. I’d say he is having one hell of a life if he’s got so many people on the internet hating him for whatever stupid reason.

    2. >>>So you’re saying the empire is not the central part of your entire life?>>>

  4. I see there are still people envious of Zero’s accomplishments. Congrats for going this long undefeated, Zero. Ignore your haters as most of them are just jealous, anyway. Celebrate for lasting this long! Nothing pisses off haters more than you being happy!

  5. Must be a bit of a slow news day (not implying it’s your guys’ fault or anything).
    I don’t even know who any of these people are. I don’t really care for the whole professional gaming scene. To put it lightly, I think it’s a bit silly that people follow some dude who’s really “good” at a game.
    On the other hand, I think it’s cool that gaming is getting big enough that we have “eSports”, even if the name is a bit cringey.
    Oh, and Smash Bros is a party game.

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