Hailing from Nova Scotia, Pat Stay has earned his placement as one of King of the Dotís top battlers. As one of the self proclaimed progenitors of the written battling era, Pat got his start in the Elementís League, tearing through competion with ease, proving he was one of the best around. With the inception of King of the Dot, written battles became much more popularized throughout Canada, allowing for many more participants than before. Seeing his chance to expand his fan base and showcase his abilities, Pat Stay got back into the ring against his first KOTD opponent, Bartone. Riding the success of his first battle, Pat has since gained the clout to command much bigger names, often taking on some of the best from other leagues, such as The Saurus, Arsonal, Head Ice and Marvwon. One of his best known battles, against long time friend Hollohan, catapulted Pat into the spotlight, showing he was able to hang with the best and was not to be trifled with. Making another Blackout appearance, Pat takes on American Math Hoffa in what was one of the best battles of the event.
When discussing the New York City battle scene, if Math Hoffa isnít the first name to be mentioned, he isnít far behind it. One of the most iconic figures in the circuit today, Math has been around since the Smack DVD era, and came out of the gates swinging. With early on camera battles against legends such as Iron Solomon, Nems, and T-Rex, Math began his battle career going against some of the best in the world. Since then, Hoffa has been on a war path, squaring off against the likes of Aye Verb, Arsonal, and Marvwon. A veritable giant in the scene, the Brooklyn native has been in the ring with the best, and more often than not, emerges victorious from his bouts. Known for his intimidating stage presence, commanding delivery and deadly ability to break down his opponents with hard hitting punchlines and bars, Math has proven time and time again that he is no slouch. Making his first trip north of the border to battle in King of the Dot, Math Hoffa takes on arguably the best that Canada has to offer in Pat Stay.
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 todayís 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 Dizís 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 Donít 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.
One of the most well known emceeís representing the West Coast, QP makes his debut appearance on King of the Dot in this classic battle from Resurgence. A member of the Innuendo crew, the Stockon, CA rapper is a master of word play, breaking down his opponents with both brutal and humorous lines filled with double meanings and layered punchlines. Not one to back down from a challenge, QP boasts one of the toughest resumeís around, featuring battles with opponents such as Soul Khan, 24/7, Swave Sevah, and a battle with Dizaster taken on two day notice. Looking to remind people what he is capable of, QP steps back into the ring on a King of the Dot stage to take on a legend from the MidWest, RemyD.
Coming out of the MidWest region, RemyD claims the same home town as St. Louis giants Aye Verb, Hitman Holla, and Yung Ill, but seems to work much harder than his brethren for his respect. Coming up in the same era as the aforementioned battlers, RemyD sharpened his sword on the St. Louis streets, taking on challengers like Ill and Hitman, but has only recently gotten back in the ring again, squaring off against battlers such as Jonny Storm and T Dubb O. With a performance focusing on aggressive lines and a top tier flow, RemyD is a threat to anyone and everyone willing to step against him. Also making his King of the Dot debut, the St. Louis veteran takes on West Coast emcee QP in this release from KOTDís Resurgence event.
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