I’m let them break it down, but all you really have to do is watch this epic battle:
One of only two Americans to have ever held the chain, Dizaster is one of the most entertaining battlers to have appeared in King of the Dot. Always bringing an over to the top energetic performance, the California resident makes use of spastic freestyles and creative written angles to pick apart his opponents. Having earned his spot as one of the best active battlers in today’s circuit, Dizaster has performed all over the world, taking on challengers in Australia, Canada, England, the Netherlands, and Sweden. Being in such demand has refined Diz’s skills, allowing him to develop a higher caliber of battling against opponents from all over the world. With a resume that includes names such as TheSaurus, Illmaculate, DNA and Canibus, Diz has faced off against some of the best in the game and has always made it competitive. Hoping to defend his title from Grand Prix champ Arcane.
As the only Canadian to have won the 1 vs. 1 Grand Prix, Arcane is in the familiar position of battling the current KOTD Champion for the chain. After tearing through the 2010 bracket, the 905 representative continued to build his name, battling overseas in Don’t Flop and participating in various King of the Dot events, often headlining the cards. As one of the eight seeded battlers in the 2012 Grand Prix, Arcane did not have an easy road, but managed to take down Step Easy, Luciano Crakk, 100 Bulletz, and Chedda Cheese in the finals to earn another shot at the title. Utilizing his newest recurring theme of breaking down his opponents with their own styles, Arcane showed each opponent on his way to Dizaster how it was supposed to be done. Back in the ring with the possibility to be the only battler to have held the chain on more than one occasion, Arcane will have his hands full as he faces off against one of the most volatile and dangerous battlers in the world, this match was one of the most controversial of Blackout 3.