Will Smith slapping Chris Rocks at the Oscars for making fun of Jada Pinkett’s bald hair is still what’s on the chopping board. Everyone on the internet is sharing his or her opinion on the chaotic moment and now, world slapping champion Vasily ‘Dumpling’ Kamotskiy is also here with his two cents on the matter.
This is what Vasily ‘Dumpling’ Kamotskiy had to say about Will Smith’s weak slap via RT;
“One man distinctly unimpressed was Russian behemoth Kamotskiy.
The Siberian giant is someone who knows more than a thing or two about delivering the kind of strike that Smith unleashed on stage, albeit in a competition setting.
Kamotskiy’s slapping prowess saw him propelled to global renown in 2019 when he won the Male Slapping Championships in Krasnoyarsk. …
“It was a weak blow, he didn’t put his body into it,” scorned Kamotskiy to Sports.ru.
“And he struck from top to bottom, you need to strike from the bottom up, or at least from the side. In general, he hit like a girl. Just like they hit in all [American] movies.” …
Meanwhile, slapping events have gone from strength to strength, with the Slap Fighting Championship promoted by the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Logan Paul even offering to put on an official bout between Smith and Rock to settle their differences.”
Haha! I’m not endorsing violence but Will Smith definitely has to up his slapping game if he wants to make a career out of it.
The problem with Will’s slap is that it came up a little short. That likely comes from years of pulling his punches in movies where you are trained to get close enough to make it look real, but you don’t want to actually hit anyone. Ideally, you want to graze them. That is likely why Chris Rock didn’t fall or was even marked up. It sounded worse than it did because Rock was Mic’d up.
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