HooXi jokes about fragging concerns: "I feel like I can shoot nothing for six months and we could still win every tournament"

Rasmus "⁠HooXi⁠" Nielsen discusses becoming G2's new in-game leader and speaks out on the challenges of joining the team and concerns over his fragging.

Undergoing an off-season overhaul following a largely disappointing first half to the year, G2 brought in two new members during the summer break, replacing in-game leader Aleksi "⁠Aleksib⁠" Virolainen with HooXi and Audric "⁠JACKZ⁠" Jug with Justin "⁠jks⁠" Savage.

The Danish in-game leader came into the team from Copenhagen Flames, where he had been transfer listed for nearly three months following the conclusion of PGL Major Antwerp as the team disbanded around him in the wake of Nico "⁠nicoodoz⁠" Tamjidi and Fredrik "⁠roeJ⁠" Jørgensen's departure to fnatic.

HooXi isn't worried about his fragging given the firepower he has at his disposal

Speaking in an in-depth interview for the first time following his move to G2, HooXi was in good spirits when he discussed his departure from the Danish squad and the move to the new team, where he will face several challenges, coming from an underdog side to a lineup with the highest of ambitions.

The 27-year-old addressed those challenges and question marks over whether he will be up to the task, particularly in the fragging department, as he comes in to take over the entry role, according to coach Rémy "⁠XTQZZZ⁠" Quoniam.

HooXi downplayed the concerns and joked in true G2 fashion about the challenges of transitioning into a much more ambitious team in the interview, which you can read below:

Let's get into the period after the news broke that Copenhagen Flames would be transfer listed after the Major. What was it like for you to see some of your teammates go off to new teams while you were still trying to figure out what your future was? How quickly did you realize you'd also be able to land a new home?

I actually got told before we started playing at the Major that roeJ and nicoodoz would leave the team. I always react pretty harshly to stuff like that because I feel like my team is my family — I spend way more time with my team than my family (laughs) — so I obviously got sad.

Actually already during the Major I started getting offers from other teams, and I think I get way more offers than people actually think I do. Maybe because my stats are so bad that people think nobody wants me, I don't know (laughs). I wasn't even that afraid, I feel like one way or another I would land in a good team, so I felt pretty comfortable.

With a lot of offers, was it difficult to decide what you wanted to do, or was G2 always the main option?

I can definitely say with confidence that, in the end, it was easy to pick G2. With the players I have to work with and the organization and stuff like that, it was a pretty easy choice in the end.

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XTQZZZ: "I've never seen NiKo looking to call the shots, nor have I seen him contradict the vision of his IGL"

XTQZZZ said in our interview with him that he needed to hold long talks to confirm your choice, specifically, for the in-game leader. What was the main point behind those talks? What did you need to sell him on?

I just think it was an introduction talk at first. Obviously, we just talked about how we like to do things in a team, how we like to progress, what playstyle we like. How the relationship between me and him is also really important, and without going into too much detail, it's basically it. It was nothing special, but it's really important to have a good relationship between the coach and the IGL. It's a really important position because it affects the whole team.

How has it been to work alongside him?

I like it a lot. He reminds me a little bit of my time with pita in Flames. He has the same kind of way of doing things that he doesn't want to dictate the way we play and the way I work. He would much rather prefer to make my way of working and playing better, which I like a lot, because then I can actually do the thing I'm good at.

What do you think was your biggest selling point?

I think the playstyle fits a lot with people getting a lot of responsibility and people getting to do what they want to do, both in game and also out of the game. They probably heard from some of the players or coaches I've worked with before and heard that I worked a lot, and I think they like that fact as well, that I'm a hungry, hard-working guy. I'm not that good at saying it myself, so I think they talked to someone else (laughs). I'm not completely sure, I always speak the truth, so I'm not really good at selling myself and stuff that I don't actually do. I don't know what it actually was, but I ended up here, so I'm happy (laughs).

This is a big jump from you, coming from Copenhagen Flames that was viewed as a big underdog, and working with star players that have been around for a while. How do you feel about that challenge?

I think it's a fun challenge. I joke a little bit around with the fact that G2 won as many trophies as Flames in that year, so it doesn't really matter, you know? (laughs) It's no real new pressure for me, it's the same thing.

No, but obviously not making the Major wouldn't be a disaster, but I feel like it would be very disappointing in G2 to not make the Major, so the pressure is, of course, different. But at the same time, I don't really think too much about it. I mostly think about my own expectations and goals for myself, and those goals aren't really dependent on results too much, but more about how much effort I put into things and how much work I put into things.

How are you getting on with calling in English, communicating in English, all that stuff that comes with playing in your first international team?

Yeah, it's definitely a challenge, no doubt. Often my brain still operates in Danish, so if I think about something, I know what I want to say, but it takes some time to get out sometimes. That's obviously a problem, but I think with time it will be better. I already feel better now, speaking English 24/7, basically. It gets better day by day, but for sure a challenge at first.

How much have you had to adapt to what the team needs, what players you have, in terms of your calling style?

Well, I don't really have to adapt that much. I think the guys have a lot of trust in me and the way I want to do things, and it's just about working together and listening to each other, that's what I always do. I try to listen to my players and talk to them about what they like to do, what they feel comfortable with, and I try to put together the big picture after. It's not something crazy, I just maybe spent a few days thinking about "okay, I actually have to lead this team." I just come in as an inexperienced guy compared to these guys, but I still have to be the leader, it's kind of a mismatch, or whatever you wanna say. That took some days to realize, but I think I'm on the right path.

HooXi praised XTQZZZ's approach to coaching

When XTQZZZ spoke about roles in the team he called you an entry. In Copenhagen Flames that wasn't really your forte when it comes to involvement in opening duels and things that are typically associated with entries — how much has that changed in G2?

Compared to the Flames lineup it definitely changed a bit, but previously in my career I've always been the guy running in like a maniac (laughs). It actually fits me quite well. I think that it can be a challenge sometimes, but I like to run in when it doesn't feel nice to run in, if that makes sense. If you're just going in dry, then it's me jumping in like a maniac, but if we're setting up something like really good, where it feels good to run in and there's a good execute behind it, then I want my star players to be running in because they're set up for success. I think it's a good mixture and I'm not really scared about that part, at all.

If you're in that role and making the step up to a different level, there are some question marks and concerns about your fragging ability with the numbers you were putting in in Copenhagen Flames. Do you have any concerns about if you're going to be able to keep up?

Not at all. I feel like I can basically shoot nothing for six months straight and we could still win every tournament (laughs). With the players I have to work with, it doesn't really matter at all. Obviously I would like to do better individually and I've always wanted to, but in the end the most important thing for my role is to make the team work and to see progression. I think that if I can just hold my own a little bit, I think that's more than enough on this team, so I'm not really worried about it at all, no.

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jks: "It's definitely been a bit of a wait, but it's also been a really good break for me"

How are you approaching BLAST? What's the mindset here?

Well, the mindset is just to get to know each other better. Obviously, it's the first official, and at least for me and I guess for Justin as well, it's completely new. I've been out of the game for a few months now and Justin has been out for I don't know how long, almost a year, I guess? I think it's just getting into the groove and trying to learn how we think, how we react, what the mood is like, all those small things that you need to know. I think we'll learn a lot from this event, and my expectations personally are just to do the best we can and see where it leads us.

How are you feeling after the first week together? Are you comfortable enough to compete against these teams?

I definitely feel comfortable enough. I feel like we could go in as a mix team and I'd still feel kinda comfortable against basically every team in the world. Obviously it would be nice with more time, like if I could get a month of practice that would be great, but I feel like it's not too bad. Every day I can feel that we are going in the right direction, so that helps a lot that you can actually feel the progress.

Denmark Rasmus 'HooXi' Nielsen
Rasmus 'HooXi' Nielsen
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.87
Maps played:
798
KPR:
0.58
DPR:
0.69
Denmark Nico 'nicoodoz' Tamjidi
Nico 'nicoodoz' Tamjidi
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
729
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.62
Denmark Fredrik 'roeJ' Jørgensen
Fredrik 'roeJ' Jørgensen
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
898
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.69
Australia Justin 'jks' Savage
Justin 'jks' Savage
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
1183
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.63
Finland Aleksi 'Aleksib' Virolainen
Aleksi 'Aleksib' Virolainen
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.96
Maps played:
1037
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.65
France Audric 'JACKZ' Jug
Audric 'JACKZ' Jug
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.98
Maps played:
1096
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.68
France Rémy 'XTQZZZ' Quoniam
Rémy 'XTQZZZ' Quoniam
Age:
33
Team:
#1
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Lithuania CEOofwomen
Lies [Ez n1]
2022-08-19 20:43
7 replies
worked really well with all the other igls g2 tried, didn't it?
2022-08-19 20:44
1 reply
+1
2022-08-19 21:46
He is going to flop hard.
2022-08-19 20:48
4 replies
I dont think anyone outside or the org is setting any expectations. Is it even possible to flop if everyone thinks you are going to fail?
2022-08-19 22:10
This is gonna work my friend:D
2022-08-20 13:15
2 replies
Where you at now? It's not working and they are falling in ranks already.. They wont be top 20 after RIO.
2022-08-27 01:24
1 reply
well see.
2022-09-04 23:22
Hooxi never jokes.
2022-08-19 20:43
2 replies
#7
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Finland Cucumber))
This is true Martin
2022-08-19 20:43
+1
2022-08-19 21:10
#3
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Finland Cucumber))
GOD HOOXI
2022-08-19 20:43
#4
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England Triturn
bad mindset
2022-08-19 20:43
hi
2022-08-19 20:43
"NiKo, go kill"
2022-08-19 20:43
1 reply
+1000000000000000
2022-08-27 01:26
#8
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Iceland Greedo
people will think this is arrogant but its just a joke, the writers on HLTV really try to make the title controversial and its sad
2022-08-19 20:43
17 replies
read the 2nd word of the title, then try to comment again with your newfound knowledge
2022-08-19 20:45
1 reply
#59
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Canada MiLkBaGzz
+1
2022-08-19 21:16
It is literally in the title that he says it in a joking manner, so I'm not sure what you mean?
2022-08-19 20:46
13 replies
#27
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India Hikkiee
Baited
2022-08-19 20:48
people don't read properly, nothing new
2022-08-19 20:56
Bro striker you know better than to get baited by someone on hltv.
2022-08-19 21:01
huge W for Greedo, not many can boast that they baited an HLTV admin
2022-08-19 21:12
7 replies
#57
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Iceland Greedo
+1 already on my resume
2022-08-19 21:14
6 replies
Cya in 10
2022-08-19 22:11
#77
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Europe obvious
you just got baited into admitting you were baiting cya in 10
2022-08-19 22:13
4 replies
#78
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Iceland Greedo
when did i admit to baiting? Can i not put a W on my resume?
2022-08-19 22:15
3 replies
#82
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Europe obvious
unlucky bro it's too late to try n save it now
2022-08-19 22:23
2 replies
#83
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Iceland Greedo
reported for false narrative
2022-08-19 22:26
1 reply
#87
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Europe obvious
pathetic
2022-08-19 22:29
You fell off go back to twitter
2022-08-20 00:02
Reported
2022-08-20 01:49
That's what striker always does, and then pretends he isn't some clickbait "journalist".
2022-08-20 04:52
#9
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United Arab Emirates p1peb0mb
delusional
2022-08-19 20:43
#10
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Pakistan Xpicyy
wtf
2022-08-19 20:43
11th
2022-08-19 20:44
tier 4 tournaments maybe
2022-08-19 20:44
#14
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Europe monerap
lets go hooxi
2022-08-19 20:44
WTF is this mindset
2022-08-19 20:44
1 reply
Sigma
2022-08-19 20:53
right mindset HooXi
2022-08-19 20:44
NGL this makes me think they are going to fail. This undercurrent of arrogance in Niko led teams is always there it's crazy. I love watching the guy he literally plays the prettiest CS in the world but this general attitude seems to have bitten them several times.
2022-08-19 20:45
21 replies
Why do people have a need to put NiKo in things that don't involve him at all ?
2022-08-19 21:02
13 replies
Well I explained why. There is a very perceptible undercurrent of arrogance that seems to be a constant with this dudes teams. It's ironic too because top teams in the scene have a shit ton of firepower. I mean G2 plays Liquid tomorrow. I'm not sure it's a foregone conclusion that G2 has more firepower then Liquid and Liquid is the 12th ranked team.
2022-08-19 21:11
4 replies
I mean, did it not ever occur to you that teams NiKo played in have almost always had insane firepower potential so the arogance maybe comes from there ? It has nothing to do with NiKo, it's not like NiKo is saying shit like this.
2022-08-19 21:29
3 replies
I get that his teams have had a lot of firepower. They have also consistently under-performed and many squads at this point have supplanted them. Shit man you could make an argument that 2018 and 2019 both should have been Faze Niko years just based off talent.
2022-08-20 01:45
2 replies
So what, they shouldn't be confident in their ability? They shouldn't have the attitude that they're the best players/team in the world? You can't win against the best if you don't believe you're the best
2022-08-20 08:50
1 reply
I'm not saying that at all.
2022-08-20 08:57
NiKo is toxic
2022-08-19 21:13
7 replies
In reality, all the kids saying he's toxic because potatoes, are the toxic ones.
2022-08-19 22:41
6 replies
in recent interview with his coach it's very clear he's toxic and the team wants to hide it
2022-08-19 23:19
5 replies
It would be nice if you explained that a little bit more. If you don't reply I will just assume you have nothing say and are either a blind NiKo hater or a baiter.
2022-08-20 00:38
4 replies
1: know niko past 2: read between the lines of this interview: hltv.org/news/34407/xtqzzz-ive-never-see.. 3: obvious conclusion = niko toxic
2022-08-20 01:02
3 replies
Obvious conclusion = baiter
2022-08-20 01:22
2 replies
Reply needs to have actual content
2022-08-20 01:29
+1 too many hltv baiters
2022-08-20 08:51
I can see how admitting not making the major is even on your radar is complete arrogance. Considering that when your reading the article it has (jokes) (laughs) the whole way through it do you think it is possible that you are projecting rather than comprehending Or am I replying to someone that just read the headline missed the 2nd word and came here whine about niko
2022-08-20 01:41
6 replies
I mean personally speaking I've been watching Niko led teams since 2017. I feel like I comprehend pretty well. Considering many people are coming to the same conclusion and these problems have been talked about pretty freely within the larger CS scene I can tell you for sure I'm not the only one who thinks this way. You are free to think otherwise of course but questioning if people can COMPREHEND is obnoxious. We get it bro.
2022-08-20 01:40
5 replies
Wait who is arrogant again I'm sorry you feel so defensive
2022-08-20 01:46
4 replies
I said there is an undercurrent of arrogance from Niko led teams. You could say overconfidence as well if arrogance is too strong a term for you. In fact I may even agree to a certain degree.
2022-08-20 01:43
3 replies
I just think the community ties arrogance to niko to freely. If hooxi came out and said we are going to win it all we are the best. I am the best. I'd agree. I just received this more as "my fragging isn't what's important I the team i am in. The players I play with are much better than me at that. I know my role"
2022-08-20 01:49
2 replies
And you know what maybe that is what it is. I think Liquid is going to be a real test for them tomorrow I look forward to that match up actually. Shame it's a BO1.
2022-08-20 01:50
1 reply
I definitely agree. Super interested to see it play out. I think the way liquid play will test hooxi alot because liquid feels out both sites, so if he is weak it will be interesting to see how it is handled or if it can be
2022-08-20 05:06
If NiKo returns to his late 2021-early 2022 form then this is possible
2022-08-19 20:45
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Canada harxDy
sigma mindset
2022-08-19 20:45
m0nesy can have bad games against top teams, hunter has been very inconsistent lately, hooxi not really that known for fragging. NiKo is NiKo. Sure there is lots of fragging power but usually they are not on the same page. gl G2
2022-08-19 20:45
Yeah sure G2 will win every tournament playing 4v5. Not that big of a deal having one guy putting 0.8 rating against the very best teams in the world.
2022-08-19 20:47
2 replies
Faze won 4 tournaments 4v5
2022-08-20 02:16
1 reply
Karrigan and hooxi may be equally shitty stat wise but do you really think hooxi is on a same level calling wise with karrigan?
2022-08-20 09:06
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HooXi | 
Sweden souI
loool cant wait for this article to be linked under every time g2 gets places last in big tournaments
2022-08-19 20:47
1 reply
should definitely bookmark it
2022-08-19 20:52
aleksi thought like this too
2022-08-19 20:47
#28
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Germany who|cars
already trolling b4 official match
2022-08-19 20:49
plot twist he was srs
2022-08-19 20:49
Why ppl would rate you more then you are, u are worse than HUNDEN fragging wise, lets see if can convert all firepower he have into something
2022-08-19 20:51
hooxi goat
2022-08-19 20:52
dont do that pls
2022-08-19 20:54
funny guy
2022-08-19 20:55
"I feel like I can basically shoot nothing for six months straight and we could still win every tournament" Bullshit☺️
2022-08-19 20:56
1 reply
I think he knows that which is why it says he was joking
2022-08-19 21:03
bot with ego typical
2022-08-19 20:56
#39
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Luxembourg fowkingell
Have a feeling this will follow him for quite some time
2022-08-19 20:56
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Philippines k4aui
we love the confidence
2022-08-19 20:56
lol what a clown... g2 wont be top 20 after RIO. 0.6 rating and 0.3 impact... stfu hooxi, you will be kicked before 6 months.
2022-08-19 20:57
2 replies
#117
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United States zovint
Imagine he just ends up as the new Aleksib.
2022-08-20 04:54
1 reply
hes worst than aleksib... aleksib actually got frags and won some clutches.
2022-08-20 20:17
that's what aleksi and jackz also thought
2022-08-19 20:57
2 replies
jackz wasnt bad though tbh, hooxi could never fill jackz shoes.
2022-08-19 21:10
1 reply
No but jks can lmaoooo jackz wasnt igl
2022-08-20 03:57
We know you can shoot nothing for six months thats alright, but we are not sure about the second one
2022-08-19 20:58
GOD HOOXI
2022-08-19 21:03
This will age like fine milk
2022-08-19 21:05
1 reply
already sour
2022-08-27 02:21
does everyone on G2 has a massive ego or blatantly in denial? it's ridiculous....
2022-08-19 21:10
2 replies
#54
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Lithuania Litva2k
Can't wait for hooxi to be benched in 6-12 months after 0.80 rating
2022-08-19 21:12
1 reply
doesnt take that long. they have igl benched so its very easy to throw this clown to the hell
2022-08-20 19:53
People really should learn to take interviews with a grain of salt tbh
2022-08-19 21:11
#58
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Egypt BomberMan_
will still be better than 2018 Zeus who would take the hero AK and give s1mple a deagle
2022-08-19 21:16
Remember when aleksib joined...he made a similar optimistic remark. It doesn't take too much time to turn optimism into shit
2022-08-19 21:18
1 reply
#103
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Serbia eliiiiii_
my biggest hope for this team derives from the fact that they had a blatantly incompatible IGL and a blatantly shit player that didn't even entry half the time and they almost won Kato and almost every game they lost from there on was easily winnable
2022-08-20 01:41
#61
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France Gloomyz
Sounds like damage control or an excuse to me.
2022-08-19 21:20
I wish you luck guys
2022-08-19 21:28
#64
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United States kdog
thanks for being so bad hooxi, free odds for liquid :))) thanks men
2022-08-19 21:30
1 reply
No problem bro
2022-08-19 22:27
Capppp
2022-08-19 21:37
#66
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Estonia tonyi
This is probably gonna age really well
2022-08-19 21:39
4.v5. EZ just throw util, get info and make 200iq calls
2022-08-19 21:44
After such interviews teams always play bad next game
2022-08-19 21:50
1 reply
#81
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Hungary szia
+1 players should just stop talking if they dont want to get jinxed
2022-08-19 22:19
Who is this dude?
2022-08-19 21:50
2 replies
WhoXi
2022-08-19 22:27
1 reply
Ouh thanks man
2022-08-20 09:05
#71
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North America minte
HLTV delusional Hooxi disrespecters
2022-08-19 22:01
#72
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Brazil Gravelord
Gigachad
2022-08-19 22:05
XD could come back to clown himself
2022-08-19 22:10
sigma hooxi
2022-08-19 22:12
#79
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Hungary szia
thanks to this interview, liquid wins tomorrow
2022-08-19 22:17
dead weight gonna get kicked after rio major
2022-08-19 22:17
Respect, HooXi is a walking giant W
2022-08-19 22:26
LMAO what a easy life
2022-08-19 22:39
#90
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Poland miedzianek
'I feel like I can basically shoot nothing for six months straight and we could still win every tournament' but they won nothing xD?
2022-08-19 23:02
2 replies
They didn't lose a single match with Hooxi
2022-08-20 02:18
1 reply
g2? ye, they didnt play yet with him xD
2022-08-20 15:37
#91
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Brazil Maujubudo
My starplayer
2022-08-19 23:17
Good luck guys!
2022-08-20 00:56
Hahahaha very interesting GLHF
2022-08-20 00:57
What a headline
2022-08-20 01:30
internet archive this page, it'll be really funny when G2 doesn't even make quarters next major
2022-08-20 02:24
“I joke a little bit around with the fact that G2 won as many trophies as Flames in that year, so it doesn't really matter, you know”. That’s just sad
2022-08-20 02:52
#114
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Chad kdorek
Almost the same vibe as the first aleksib interview with that title Gonna age well
2022-08-20 03:53
#119
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Argentina Soullesss
Aleksib said the same stupid thing and look at where is he now!!!
2022-08-20 06:27
They never learn it.
2022-08-20 07:01
bro we will remind you
2022-08-20 09:25
bye hooxi in max 3months
2022-08-20 10:25
is he still gonna be joking when he goes 0.8 in the next five events and doesn't win any?
2022-08-20 12:06
This ll age like milk
2022-08-20 12:36
ok
2022-08-20 15:17
#132
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Algeria Zawwy
9 2 22 LOL
2022-08-20 15:17
1 reply
He kept his promise in not fragging for next 6 months
2022-08-20 20:22
This is one of the most awful decisions made to date to have HooXi as an IGL of G2, and its going to hurt G2 in the long run, mark my words. The guy is a Tier 3, maybe Tier 2 at best, more more of a tier 3 person, and he simply cannot be part of G2. This wasn't a well thought off and rushed decision that will no doubt hurt G2 sooner or later, but I honestly recommend getting rid of him REGARDLESS of the results they might get during honey mood period, but its better to make the move soon enough cause if G2 start to show bad results even more than they did before then the more they su*k with HooXi IGLing the quicker other players on the team are going to start losing their own motivation, so you gotta come up with something else for G2. Pretty positive this will not work at all even if we give them time.
2022-08-20 16:27
AGED LIKE MILK
2022-08-20 18:14
1 reply
aged like women
2022-08-20 20:25
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India Mr_UNX
Lol bozo said six months didn't even last 6 maps
2022-08-20 19:29
didn't age well
2022-08-20 19:29
guess he really isn't planning to shoot during the next 6 months not sure if they will win anything though
2022-08-20 20:20
1 reply
nice logical skills bruh
2022-08-20 20:34
HooXi doesnt need to frag because G2 has jks
2022-08-20 20:36
1 reply
Jks kinda washed though
2022-08-21 01:10
#145
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Brazil setsz
LMAO
2022-08-20 21:49
#146
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Poland mimsonqq
this bot blocked me at twitter ;<
2022-08-20 21:50
5 replies
probably cause ur a loser that harasses pro players
2022-08-25 21:11
4 replies
#158
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Poland mimsonqq
don't call him a pro player
2022-08-25 23:08
2 replies
well he gets paid a fat stack of money every month for playing the game, while you sit here and get nothing
2022-08-26 22:54
1 reply
#174
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Poland mimsonqq
sure, im not getting money for sit here and also for playing cs but its my hobby not work.
2022-08-27 10:52
+1 goblin probably sent death threads and now he's mad
2022-08-27 02:22
#147
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Finland 5way
This guy cant be fucking serious
2022-08-20 22:14
respect for keeping his word
2022-08-21 01:16
Yes you are right, 1 frag and you still win. What a chad
2022-08-25 21:09
WELL HE DIDN'T LIE
2022-08-25 21:10
2 replies
so far :D
2022-08-25 21:10
Every tournament != BIG
2022-08-25 21:15
#152
b1t | 
Argentina Punsha
BRO ANYONE SEE HOOXI PISTOL DUEL? OMG SO BAD
2022-08-25 21:10
LMAO
2022-08-25 21:12
TRUE AXAXAXA
2022-08-25 21:12
aged like milk lel
2022-08-26 22:48
this aged well
2022-08-26 22:48
The worst tier 1 signing I've seen so far
2022-08-26 22:52
#163
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Thailand new!
turns out he wasn't joking about his ability to frag after all
2022-08-26 22:56
Now it all makes sense!
2022-08-26 23:00
Evidently not.
2022-08-26 23:01
G2 pls sign me !!!! I am as shit as Hooxie but I have a personality at least !!!! :)
2022-08-26 23:01
aging very well... holy shit, g2 are now tier 2 at best... carlos should sell g2 to a proper org that knows what they are doing.
2022-08-27 01:23
#170
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United States [LEGEND]
final words before disaster
2022-08-27 02:13
#171
HooXi | 
Sweden souI
"i feel like i can shoot nothing for 6 months" -HooXi
2022-08-27 02:15
#176
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Brazil ImReverx
g2 win tournament pick one
2022-09-04 23:24
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