Dr Disrespect Labels New York Times Bestseller List "A Scam"

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Hot on the heels of his recently released book, popular content creator Dr Disrespect expressed his frustration on social media after his book, aptly titled 'Violence, Speed, Momentum' failed to feature on the New York Times bestseller list.

Known for his incredible gaming skill alongside his 37-inch vertical leap, the 1993-1994 Blockbuster Video Game Champion released a memoir revealing the 'legendary' origins of the Doc amongst other things.

Despite declaring that the release of the book had been a resounding success, it was unable to find a place on the coveted bestseller list, much to the annoyance of the two-time.

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NYT Bestseller List "A Scam"

When the book released on March 31st, the Doc was quick to declare that it would feature on the list but on April 8th, he found out that the book didn't even make the top 15.

With no sign of any form of violence, speed, or momentum featuring on the bestseller list, Doc labelled the list as a "f%$*ing scam" before going on to share that the numbers generated should place the book "easily in the top 3."

There's still a chance for the two-time to make his debut on the NYT bestseller list as the number of copies sold has yet to be revealed.

The New York Times has yet to respond to the Doc's claim, but it's likely that he and the rest of the Champion's Club will not let this injustice go unserved.

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Where To Buy Dr Disrespect's Book

Dr Disrespect Book New York Times Bestseller List A Scam
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If you're a fan of the two-time and have yet to get your hands on the book, there are a range of editions ranging from signed copies to eBooks that can be purchased.

Click here to buy Violence, Speed, Momentum.

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