DrLupo to do global supremacy battle on Twitch with Borat

Break out the mankini


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Let’s start this out with a question: where in the hell has DrLupo been living the past 14 years? Indeed, the answer is clearly not the mud-splattered and entirely backwards hellhole known as Kazakhstan.

And by all accounts, he hasn’t been to a Halloween party in over a decade and a half. Indeed, how else does one explain DrLupo hooking up on Twitch with Borat tomorrow? Does the man not understand that’s a recipe for a Grade A public mocking?

Regardless, that’s exactly what will be happening. The two are giants in their respective fields—totally ESL journalism and online gaming. They will go head to head in a “battle for global supremacy.”

Options open for DrLupo and Borat

Moreover, that might mean a vivid recreation of the hotel wrestling scene from Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. Or it might be a swimsuit competition to see whose nutty buddies and European-style wiener look better in a lime-green mankini.

Borat will of course be played by Sacha Baron Cohen, who has a new movie to promote. Indeed, said film—titled Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan—debuts on Amazon Prime Video this Friday (October 23). Watch for it to smash viewership records in a fashion not seen since Sandra Bullock’s must-see-TV Bird Box on Netflix.

Smartly, Cohen has realized that Twitch is a direct pipeline to a post-millennial demographic. That demo wouldn’t know Jimmy Fallon from Jimmy Buffett. And that’s why you’ll see DrLupo hooking up on Twitch with Borat.

The pride of Central Asia

The film’s trailer has the pride of Central Asia interacting with the best of America. Indeed, they are found in white trash trailer parks. And abortion clinics. And at rallies hosted by Vice President Mike “The Fly” Pence.

You can watch Borat and DrLupo go at each other on Twitch here by logging on at 2 p.m. PST tomorrow.

Hopefully the gamer at least knows who he’s climbing into the ring with. And if not, well—as with Dharma Arthur, Bobby Rowe, and those two frat loogans from the University of South Carolina—that’s his problem. There are no rewards in life for being totally and hopelessly ignorant.

Mike Usinger once took the better part of two years to finish Grand Theft Auto. Over the course of his career he has written about everything from eSports to music to movies to travel.

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