With a spot opening up in the CDL 2021, Dr Disrespect addresses San Diego Speed rumours.
The Call of Duty League was sent into a form of complete hysteria as Hector "H3CZ" Rodriguez reacquired OpTic Gaming, and subsequently their spot within the CDL.
Due to a conflict of interest with his newly built Chicago Huntsmen franchise under NRG, H3CZ has reportedly applied for permission for the spot that is owned by OpTic Gaming to be divested. This subsequently sparked mass confusion as to who could potentially buy the rights to the CDL 2021 position, and pick up the roster of Kenneth "Kuavo" Kenneth, Austin "SlasheR" Liddicoat, Thomas "TJHaly" Haly, and Zack "Drazah" Jordan.
Immediately, fans suspected Call of Duty inamorata Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag to lead his 100 Thieves organisation back to the league, reuniting him with SlasheR. However, one other name has been thrown into the hat, after months of dropping hints at a CDL team.
Herschel Guy Beahm IV, a.k.a DrDisrespect, has teased his stream and the gaming community by hitting towards a CDL team named the "San Diego Speed". Revitalising his love story with Call of Duty, the doc has been linked to the remaining slot for the 2020/21 season and has now spoken out about it.
Just under five hours deep into his stream which had taken him from Rogue Company to Warzone, the popular YouTuber was asked by a donator as to whether he would he "ever plan on having your own professional teams?" to which the doc sheepishly grinned.
In his response, DrDisrespect stated: "Will I have my own? Probably not. Will I be a part as a shareholder? You never know…"
This has left more questions than answers regarding the final spot in the CDL, especially with the Doc's reputation of teasing his stream.
Could we see a joint shareholder between Dr. Disrespect and Nadeshot?
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