Nailed It and Failed It: Gui Khury and Ninja

Each week we bring you two moments, one of epic success, someone who absolutely nailed it! And another of an epic failure, someone who totally failed it. This week on Nailed It and Failed It we tip our hats to 11 year old skateboarder Gui Khury and facepalm in shame at streaming superstar Tyler “Ninja” Blevins.

Nailed It! Gui Khury

This week’s Nailed It goes out to 11 year old Brazilian skateboard prodigy Gui Khury. Gui just broke a 21 year old world record set by the legend, Tony Hawk himself! On Saturday May 9, a video of the accomplishment was posted to Khury’s Instagram page, along with the caption: “1080!!! I have no words to explain what just happened…” skateboarder Tony Hawk had set the previous world record, when he achieved the first-ever 900 back in 1999 at the age of 31.

Failed it! Tyler “Ninja” Blevins

Sometimes it’s hard being a streamer but part of always being on camera is learning to not lose your cool under pressure. This weekend, we heard him go berserk on stream when another streamer made mention of his move to Mixer after being a once-king of Twitch. It’s not the first time it’s happened either. It seems lately whenever Ninja makes headlines it’s for the wrong reasons. Whether it’s telling people they should get mad when they lose or they’re terrible human beings. Or calling out his teammates on stream five games later for a play he didn’t agree with. Here’s his latest temper tantrum.

The Ninja Mixer Jokes Leading to his “Outburst”

Over the past few months the Mixer jokes have continued towards @Ninja on his move away from Twitch, which is exactly what he talked about in his viral clip …

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Robbie Landis Host of the CheckpointXP National Show, Other Identity comic book podcast and a Dungeon Master. Robbie Landis has been playing games since Yoshi's Cookie Factory was released on the NES. He enjoys RPGs, APEX Legends and World of Warcraft.

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