Your toxicity and saltines including judgment of my level, when you have absolutely no clue what are you talking about. That's what i dislike about you. Not the suggestion, to put a video - i will do it, already told it, and i have no problem with that.
Im not giving advices to anyone if i have no clue what im saying, but you are. I also have never told to anyone, that im the best player here - again some kind of meaningless point from your imagination. I played about 3 moths with Harimoto and regularly played with hl5 - just to compare and for pure interest. So i can give some kind of an opinion on this two blades, people might listen to it, might just go over. Im not pushing no one to buy something.
For clarification, I've never once judged your level.
Perhaps I'm on my own here, but when someone new comes online and says they've done things that very few people have ever managed to do, it creates an element of excitement and scepticism (this is the internet after all, where being sceptic of random people online is standard practice! 😅)
I've been around this forum long enough to see a lot of people who are full of it, and they inevitably disappear after a while because people see through them, and they end up being ignored (essentially, they are just trolling!)
I don't think it's unreasonable to see why people (even if it's just little old me who has no power, influence or say on anything), asks for a video of your current level - Just to be able to put into context what you are saying.
I'll try and give an example of 2 scenarios to explain what I mean when I say "in context".
Scenario 1 - You are every bit as good as you say you are.
Your words suddenly become more impactful and credible, because people can see the real person (and level) behind the person saying them.
It helps you, them, and everyone reading (win win all around!)
When you comment on equipment, people know you are commenting at a higher level than they are, so your words are actually really useful.
Scenario 2 - You aren't as good as you claim to be.
I'm sure this isn't the case (because you just wouldn't upload video in this instance), but if you did, and your shots were very poor, then it still adds context, credibility and gives people a chance to see the real grandMast3r!
There will inevitably be lots of people at whatever level you are (good or bad), and those people who are at a similar level will be very thankful you can comment on different blades/training techniques etc, as they might not have the opportunity to do so.
When i upload the video it doesn't help to anyone, because i didn't did some kind of a secret method training. Just trained for 3-4 hours 6 days a week with a coach + hour of serving practice + regular sparring and a tourneys for a year. Please tell me, how it can be helpful for "loads of people", when in reality most people didn't have opportunity to train like that?
I personally think it does help.
Whilst many people won't have the same facilities you've had, it shows people just what is possible in the right situation with the right dedication and focus.
I mean, it would have been great to have seen your progress from Day 1 and put it all in a Rocky type montage..... But we can't have everything, right? 😂
I've been an advocate for people to put videos up from the minute I joined this forum and realized how useful it was.
Please do not think this is personal towards you - It absolutely isn't, and I'm not sure where the animosity has come from if truth be told.
Perhaps there is an element getting lost in translation, or maybe you just really hate my dots!...... 😂
I feel you've said too much (good stuff) for it *not* to be true, so I'm really looking forward to seeing the video whenever you get a chance to do it.
I also need a new player for next season, so you can come and join us in the UK league! 😃