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What happens when one of the most athletic and flamboyant NFL players teams up with one of the most athletic and flamboyant online video game streamers? We're about to find out.

Former LSU legend, and current Cleveland Brown, Odell Beckham, Jr. Tweeted out a picture last week, with a Scuf video game controller, and a note from video game streamer Dr. Disrespect. The note said "On Sept. 28th I don't want any excuses, we drop into (Call of Duty) Warzone, we get the job done, and we look good doin it". 

The invite then got a double-down from Dr. Disrespect himself...

Now many are familiar with OBJ and his football career, but there are likely a lot of people out there who haven't had the pleasure of learning about Dr. Disrespect.

He's know has Doc, The 2-time, Disrespect, The Doc, or his legal name Guy Beahm.  Over the last 5 years, Doc has risen from random game streamer to the face of his industry. He's appeared with ESPN, WWE, and recently signed a television deal with the company responsible for bringing The Walking Dead to TV.

However his career took a hit earlier this year, when the streaming platform Twitch, who Dr. Disrespect had a multi-million contract with, banned him without reason.

But since that point, Dr. Disrespect has resurfaced on Youtube, where he's been streaming his content ever since. He's been continuing to build his empire alongside major sponsors like Mt. Dew and Roccat, among others. The Doc has found himself streaming gameplay with some of the biggest names on Youtube, including PewDiePie and Courage JD.

Since his return, Dr. Disrespect has even had some of his music played during the NBA Playoff games in "the bubble". 

But none of that is as big as playing with Odell Beckham, Jr. So if Doc and OBJ can rip off a win in a Call of Duty tournament, it could mean more high level NDAs for Doc in the near future.