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New documentary about JeonDDing: How a Swole Low-Tier Hero Bench Pressed the Gods of Tekken

theScore esports covers how JeonDDing found the maturity, discipline, and focus needed to be great.

Esports is a fascinating world full of talented players who devote their lives to honing their skills and competing at the highest level. Among these players is Sang-Hyun “JeonDDing” Jeon, a South Korean Tekken pro who has captured the hearts of fans worldwide with his unique style, humor, and dedication.

TheScore esports recently released a documentary that explores JeonDDing’s journey into gaming, bodybuilding, and Tekken excellence. However, the film doesn’t stop there. It also delves into the challenges of being a professional gamer, including the need for discipline, maturity, and a laser focus on the game.

Despite his love for low-tier characters like Lucky Chloe and Eddy Gordo, JeonDDing has become one of the world’s top Tekken players. His class clown personality, combined with his skill, has led him to beat some of the best players in the game. However, as the documentary reveals, his antics and focus on fun have sometimes made it difficult for him to find consistency and perform at his best.

One of the most surprising aspects of the film is the revelation that JeonDDing is also a dedicated bodybuilder. He spends hours in the gym every day to stay mentally and physically fit. His love for bodybuilding has helped him find the balance between focus and fun, allowing him to perform at his best without sacrificing his sense of humor or ability to connect with fans.

But like any athlete, JeonDDing has faced his share of struggles. In 2019, he went through a period where his performances suffered, and he struggled to regain his focus and motivation. However, he turned things around by incorporating a new character into his gameplay – Julia Chang. Using Julia helped him rebuild his confidence, resulting in favorable results. He finished fourth at Evo 2022, won Rev Major by defeating Atif Butt of Pakistan, qualified for the Tekken World Tour 2022 Finals from the LCQ, and finished second in the finals.

JeonDding’s journey serves as a reminder that even the most skilled players face setbacks and struggles. However, with hard work, dedication, and a willingness to try new things, it’s possible to come back stronger. TheScore esports’ documentary is a must-watch for any Tekken fan or esports enthusiast looking for an inspiring story about an exceptional player.

Aziz Peregrino-Brimah aka Zee the CEO | Founder / Editor-in-chief of TekkenGamer | Gaming has been a passion of Zee's since the early days of Atari and ColecoVision. His first experience with Tekken was in the early 90's, and it was Tekken 3 that sealed the deal. True story... As a teenager Zee once received his Winn-Dixie paycheck and spent it all at the arcade the same day. Needless to say, his mother wasn't pleased.


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