Lad Pretended To Play UFC Fight On Stream To Avoid Getting Copyrighted
A lad going by the name of Lester_Gaming went viral after pretending to play a UFC fight in a stream to avoid getting copyrighted.
With a controller in hand, he pressed a few buttons to make it look like he was playing out the fight on his Xbox.
Lester reportedly streamed the whole Detroit, Michigan card to thousands of fans but footage of him streaming Holloway vs Aldo went viral in a matter of hours, gathering over 60,000 retweets.
Lester, who has over 8,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel, can be heard shouting "c'mon man, block it" as the stream plays out and was out here living like it was the year 3000.
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Lester's reaction to the brutal first round KO from Francis Ngannou on Alistair Overeem was nothing short of superb.
White had said he was going to leave streamers "crying and begging" and speaking in the official press conference, he repeated the threats and claimed to have already tracked down one individual who he will not hesitate to prosecute against.
"We got one. We got him. We're watching this guy right now," he said.
"All you have to do is turn it on Saturday, and we got you, f*cker. I can't wait. Turn it on Saturday, streamers, and see what happens."
The 51-year-old then sounded like Liam Neeson in Taken when discussing the matter further in an interview.
"When I came out and said this, all these guys started taunting me," he told BT Sport.
"So I went through, and I picked. I said, 'You. You're the guy.' And I told my people, 'I want this guy.' And guess what? We got him.
"We're watching his house, we're listening to his phone conversations, and if he puts it up on Saturday, we got him."
The suspect streamer UFC appear to have "got" isn't from the United States as per White.
MMA Junkie report that a UFC official told them they've been working with federal detectives to catch the suspect and offenders could be facing 10 years in prison.
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