Shimizu Umeki Masaki showed his incredible dexterity when he cosplayed Peach-clone during one of his streams. He is regarded by many as one of the best Daisy players on the planet. His Daisy skills are insane, and he has victories over one of the best players in the region. The Japanese Smash Ultimate Pro has often succeeded in getting top positions in tournaments across Japan. During one of his streams on September 18, looking to challenge himself, even more, he decided to cosplay as the Mario Character, which proved to be one of his all-time best streams.
Initially, for the first two hours, the daunting player, while clashing with his opponent on the game’s WiFi mode, took stock after stock. But the most exciting part started when Masaki matched against a Mario Player and went ahead to crush him with the Nintendo Mascot completely. In just forty-five seconds, he managed to annihilate the plumber by his antics that included forward airs, downward airs, and a Daisy Bomber. But the most mind boggling aspect of all this was the fact that he managed to do all of that and took only 16.5% Damage, which is extremely low considering the game’s high competitiveness.
The clip of the action was uploaded on Twitter, where it went viral with the fans. It ended up getting more than two hundred thousand views, which is impressive, to say the least. However, Daisy is usually the Echo fighter of Peach as they have quite similar move sets. Since we are discussing cosplay and Peach, it is hard not to include the well-known pro, Ezra’ Samsora’ Morris, who, during the Smash Ultimate Summit 2, dressed up as his main and surprised many.
Since Samora is regarded by many as the best Peach on the planet so it is not an unheard of wish to expect him and Umeki to fight it out in Smash while they are dressed up as their mains. Unfortunately, we might not see it happening until the LANs come back, which seems unlikely to happen soon. There is also the possibility that they seek to match against each other despite significant ping differences online. There is no doubt that there will be thousands of fans who will want to watch them duke it out, especially with them dressed as their mains. Whether we get to see them together or not, only time will tell, but it seems highly unlikely because of several factors. There is no doubt that they will have fans glued to see them compete whenever they come together.
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