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|Based = Los Angeles, California
 
|Based = Los Angeles, California
 
|Home League = King of the Dot
 
|Home League = King of the Dot
|Battles = 69
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Dizaster is a former [[King of the Dot]] champion who has battled in numerous other leagues including [[GrindTime]], [[Don't Flop]] and [[URL]], as well as in Norway, Sweden, Australia and the Phillipines.
 
Dizaster is a former [[King of the Dot]] champion who has battled in numerous other leagues including [[GrindTime]], [[Don't Flop]] and [[URL]], as well as in Norway, Sweden, Australia and the Phillipines.
 
==About==
 
 
Dizaster is one of the most recognisable names in battle rap. Alongside partner, [[Syanide]], Dizaster gained recognition on the battling stage with battles in the [[Jumpoff]] league. After a disputed win against freestlying legend, [[The Saurus]], Dizaster quickly rose through the ranks of Grindtime, with a series of impressive performances against the likes of [[Illmaculate]], PH and King of the Dot President, [[Organik]]. Dizaster's combination of aggression and humour, coupled with astute freestyles earned him a fearsome reputation in the battle scene.
 
 
Dizaster debuted on King of the Dot in a novelty terrorist bar battle with Canadian [[HFK]] at [[World Domination One]]. A later King of the Dot battle with [[DNA]], hosted by the iconic [http://Drake Drake], became famed for the legendary performances of the two battlers; with both sides utilising their impressive freestyle ability to make it one of the most viewed battles on the channel.
 
 
Dizaster's exposure peaked in 2012 with his scheduled match against Hip Hop legend [http://Canibus Canibus], who was to become the first established rapper to feature in a modern battling league. Dizaster's stunning performance was overshadowed by a series of disappointing chokes from the former Eminem rival, who eventually resorted to the controversial move of reading his bars from a large notepad, a move which is considered to be highly taboo in the battle rap world. Canibus' actions were widely condemned by the battling community, with East Coast legend [http://Busta Busta rhymes] and many others conveying disappointment and disapproval through various interviews.
 
 
Despite the controversy surrounding his Canibus battle, Dizaster's performance granted him a title shot against King of the Dot champion [[PoRich]] two months later. Dizaster's victory made him the second American champion of the Canadian league. In his title defence match against [[2012 Grand Prix]] winner [[Arcane]], Dizaster unveiled a series of documents revealing how contender Arcane had purchased bars from battler [[Caustic]] for use in the Grand Prix, another move which is to be considered extremely dishonorable in the sport of battle rap. This revelation shattered the reputation of the Canadian battler, however, it was not enough for Dizaster to retain the chain and he lost in a 4-1 decision, making Arcane the first battler to win the King of the Dot title twice. In 2013 it was announced that Dizaster would be facing current King of the Dot champion [[Pat Stay]] at the Blackout 4 event, exactly one year after his controversial defeat to Arcane.
 
 
Eminem has reputedly named Dizaster as his favourite battle rapper. The rapping legend makes reference to Dizaster in the song 'Rap God' from the album 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2' with the line: "''Rappers are having a rough time period, here's a maxi pad, It's actually disastrously bad for the whack while I'm masterfully constructing this master piece (yeah) cus''" referring to Dizaster's battle with Canibus.
 
 
==Controversies==
 
   
 
Dizaster's battling career is littered with controversies, largely due to Dizaster's aggressive style of battling and confrontational nature on Twitter.
 
Dizaster's battling career is littered with controversies, largely due to Dizaster's aggressive style of battling and confrontational nature on Twitter.
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At the same event Dizaster is reputed to have spat in Don't Flop Co-Founder [[Eurgh]]'s face, in the lobby of a Leeds hotel.
 
At the same event Dizaster is reputed to have spat in Don't Flop Co-Founder [[Eurgh]]'s face, in the lobby of a Leeds hotel.
   
At the recently held KOTD event Battle of LA 5, he squared off against Math Hoffa and punched him in the face at the very end of the battle. He has since banned himself from future King of the Dot events.
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At the recently held KOTD event Battle of LA 5, he squared off against Math Hoffa and punched him in the face at the very end of the battle. He has since banned himself from future King of the Dot events. He made his return to the KOTD stage at their Back To Basics 2 Event facing Chilla Jones on a week notice.
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==Music==
 
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He has battled and put in great performances against elite battlers in the game like Tay Rock, Iron Solomon, DNA, Dumbfoundead, Serius Jones, Pat Stay and international battlers like Oxxxymiron and Random in recent years.
[https://myspace.com/mcdizaster/music/songs Myspace]
 
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He starred in a 2017 American battle rap comedy-drama film directed by Joseph Kahn and produced by Eminem himself.
 
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[[Category:Rapper]]
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Latest revision as of 15:43, 20 January 2021

Dizaster
Dizaster-Pic-1.jpg
About

Name

Dizaster

Role

Battler

Based

Los Angeles, California

Home League

King of the Dot

Records

Battles

99

Former Titles

King of the Dot Champion

Dizaster is a former King of the Dot champion who has battled in numerous other leagues including GrindTime, Don't Flop and URL, as well as in Norway, Sweden, Australia and the Phillipines.

Dizaster's battling career is littered with controversies, largely due to Dizaster's aggressive style of battling and confrontational nature on Twitter.

Dizaster's constant japes calling Canadian's 'faggots' lead to widespread criticism from much of the Canadian scene and was a pretext for Dizaster's battle with King of the Dot President Organik at Battle of the Bay 5.

In 2009 Dizaster's use of a series of race bars against fellow Grind Time battler A Class garnered Dizaster a large amount of hate from several of the Asian viewers of the league.

At Massacre of the Bay, Dizaster's battle with Arsonal was moved from the venue out onto the street, where eventually police arrived forcing the crowd to disperse.

During the winter of 2010 Dizaster made his debut in the New York division of the Grindtime league. He went up against fan favourite Swave Sevah in front of a hostile New York crowd where he had arguably the breakout performance of his battle rap career. Though undoubtedly defeating his opponent, his brash and harsh methods caused for a shaky relationship with the east coast community in which he was mocked and insulted during the battle. After the event took place, it would be almost 3 years before he returned to battle in the rough New York environment again.

In 2012 Dizaster's notorious battle with Canibus became extremely controversial when the latter resorted to pulling out a notebook after numerous chokes.

In 2013 Dizaster was booed on the Toronto stage in his own title match after an aggressive performance against Arcane, which lead to Dizaster hurling a beer can at a female member of the crowd.

At Don't Flop's 5th Birthday event, during a battle with British rapper Unanymous, Dizaster turned his attention to Arkaic who was observing from the crowd and spat a series of insulting bars towards the UK veteran. After a brief exchange, Dizaster finished the battle and went outside the venue and was filmed with dozens of Don't Flop fans chanting "Arkaic is a pussy"

At the same event Dizaster is reputed to have spat in Don't Flop Co-Founder Eurgh's face, in the lobby of a Leeds hotel.

At the recently held KOTD event Battle of LA 5, he squared off against Math Hoffa and punched him in the face at the very end of the battle. He has since banned himself from future King of the Dot events. He made his return to the KOTD stage at their Back To Basics 2 Event facing Chilla Jones on a week notice.

He has battled and put in great performances against elite battlers in the game like Tay Rock, Iron Solomon, DNA, Dumbfoundead, Serius Jones, Pat Stay and international battlers like Oxxxymiron and Random in recent years.

He starred in a 2017 American battle rap comedy-drama film directed by Joseph Kahn and produced by Eminem himself.

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