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Dr Disrespect Has Funny Reaction After Viewer Compares His Outfit to Fire Mario


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Dr Disrespect is no stranger to being roasted by YouTube viewers and other streamers, but during a recent live stream, he was left temporarily speechless from a chat message. Doc was sporting a new look, and even though he was expecting some fire, he didn't expect to be compared to Fire Mario.

During a recent YouTube livestream, Dr Disrespect was wearing a white long sleeve muscle shirt when he typically wears black and red. The black and red were still represented through the streamer's headset, vest, and shades, but the white was a drastic departure from his usual look. As a result, several Dr Disrespect fans sent messages roasting the two-time champion including the Fire Mario message which accompanied a $4.99 Superchat donation.

RELATED:Dr Disrespect Is Bringing Back His 'Doctober' Halloween Contest

"Hey Fire Mario, you look like Dr Disrespect," said the YouTube chat message that sparked the YouTube streamer's funny reaction. Upon being compared to Fire Mario, Dr Disrespect stated that he didn't like the tone of the message, but that he would have to look the character up. While looking up the Nintendo hero, Dr Disrespect repeated his name as if he was trying to put a face to the name.

With all of the images of Fire Mario being featured behind Dr Disrespect, it became easier for some viewers to see what Owen Bailey was talking about with their donation. Doc's mustache twitched as he looked down at his stream attire in disappointment before cursing in defeat. The YouTube streamer then went on to shout out other Superchat donations before watching a video of Lemnis Gate.

Dr Disrespect brought back the Doctober Halloween contest this year, a competition in which his fans do their best Doc cosplays. The YouTube streamer has shown off some of the Doctober entrants so far, but one recent cosplay includes MLB's Atlanta Braves mascot Blooper who dressed as the Doc for a game. October still has several more days to come and the best Dr Disrespect cosplay may remain to be seen. "Hey Fire Mario, you look like Dr Disrespect," said the YouTube chat message that sparked the YouTube streamer's funny reaction.

Unlike the October contestants, it's unlikely that Dr Disrespect intended to resemble Fire Mario when he chose a white shirt for his stream. Considering how long Dr Disrespect has been gaming, it's also probable that he's seen Fire Mario in the past. While the two-time champion was missing the trademark Mario cap, the rest of his outfit bore several similarities with the Nintendo hero. Mario is known for switching his cap for others such as when he meets Cappy in Super Mario Odyssey so it isn't outlandish to think that he might wear a black wig with sunglasses and Turtle Beach headphones.

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