‘Lost 350K’- Dr Disrespect Continues Poor Run of Fight Predictions at UFC 269

Published 12/12/2021, 4:00 PM EST


Dr Disrespect was recently spotted at the final UFC event of the year that took place in Las Vegas. The night of fights produced incredible performances, along with one of the biggest upsets in the history of the sport. The Oddsmakers had Amanda Nunes as the clear favorite to retain her title, but Julianna Pena had other ideas.

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MMA is truly the most spectacular sport in the world, where anything can happen at any given moment. A recent Twitter post from Doc suggests he lost a lot of money betting on UFC 269.

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Dr Disrespect isn’t afraid of losing money

The 39-year-old streamer loves betting on various events, including combat sports. More often, he gets his predictions wrong and ends up losing a lot of money and UFC 269 was no different. However, it never really bothers the streamer, as he assured the fans that he will quickly cover the loss. Doc isn’t an ordinary name and his streaming career has pushed him into the realm of superstardom.

The streamer stated that he isn’t worried about losing all the money, and he surely going to make it all back in a week’s time. He isn’t the biggest streamer in the world for nothing, and his casual betting habits are a testament to his financial health.

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Fans can only ponder what his streaming career nets him every single day. Recovering a deficit of 350K in a single week is extremely admirable, and it is quite possible that Doc has other business. Streaming may have helped him rake in millions of dollars, but it cannot forever remain the only source of income.

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Fans wondered what the repeated laughing expression ‘haha’ truly means. It could be attached to his emotional response of losing the massive sum, or he is just trying to flex. Whatever may be the case, but the doc must be in a lot of pain. Recovering from it isn’t going to be easy, no matter what your bank account says.

Do you think Doc should stop betting on UFC fights? Be sure to share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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