A mother criticizes a Mexican player who insulted her son in a Super Smash Bros. tournament

Enrique "Maister" Hernández apologized for his behavior

A mother criticizes a Mexican player who insulted her son in a Super Smash Bros. tournament

Enrique "Maister" Hernández apologized for his behavior

Despite the constant lack of support from Nintendo, Super Smash Bros. has a large and passionate competitive community. However, it is not immune to controversy. Now, a professional player found himself in the eye of the storm after his participation in a tournament.

From May 13th to 14th in Texas, United States, the Low Tide City 2023 took place, a competitive event for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate where multiple professional players gathered. Everything was going smoothly until the Top 8, where fans witnessed the match between Enrique "Maister" Hernández and Syrup.


In the end, Maister proved superior and managed to defeat his 15-year-old rival. His victory allowed him to continue in the tournament and aspire to third place. However, according to reports, he insulted Syrup and told him to his face "You f**** suck" after the match. Naturally, this situation caused acontroversy in the community.

Many users criticized the Mexican professional player for his unsportsmanlike behavior. In response, Maister apologized and tried to justify his actions. Shortly after, Syrup's mother entered the scene and delivered a message that undoubtedly caused a commotion in the community.

Specifically, the mother of the 15-year-old who lost in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament spoke out on social media and posted a message where she criticized the Mexican player. Her words resonated with users, who praised her for defending her son and supporting his hobbies.

“As an adult, I think players such as yourself have no class, zero sportsmanship, even if you win, you’re still a loser all around. I have the utmost respect for all players but you’re the low of the low! No doubt”, said the mother.

Maister, who had deleted his original apology, posted a longer tweet where he apologized again. In his message, he mentioned that he tried to contact Syrup after the incident, but the 15-year-old does not want to talk to him. While he states that he does not intend to make excuses for his actions, he admits that he forgot that his rival was so young.

"I don’t really think any of that and I really feel bad for what I said, even ashamed of myself. I promise to learn from my mistakes and do better in these situations moving forward," he commented.

But tell us, what do you think of this curious situation? Let us hear your thoughts in the comments.

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