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Smug

  • Bryant Huggins
  • USA

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Matches played

76

Win rate

50%

Current streak (Old → New)

Characters

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Smug's character usage stats

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Smug's matchups

  • Balrog19 - 18 (51%)
    PR:56.06%
    37games

    Most played vs:

    Ibuki
    Ibuki

    Wins-losses:

    11-7 (61%)

    Best vs:

    R.Mika
    R.Mika

    Wins-losses:

    2-0 (100%)

    Worst vs:

    Ken
    Ken

    Wins-losses:

    0-3 (0%)
  • G13 - 16 (45%)
    PR:43.94%
    29games

    Most played vs:

    Karin
    Karin

    Wins-losses:

    7-5 (58%)

    Best vs:

    Akuma
    Akuma

    Wins-losses:

    2-0 (100%)

    Worst vs:

    Chun-Li
    Chun-Li

    Wins-losses:

    0-3 (0%)

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Bio

Bryant "Smug" Huggins is a Balrog main with G co-main, professional Street Fighter player from the USA.

Smug started playing fighting games at a young age. When he was a kid he'd always play against his siblings on a home console, constantly competing and trying to become better. This continued until Street Fighter 4. Smug still often played online matches against and was particularly happy about beating PR Balrog until Balrog called him an "online warrior", a disparaging term that describes people who only win due to imperfections of netplay.

This motivated Smug to attend offline tournaments and prove his skill. At first, he attended smaller, regional events and competed against talented players. He later went on to compete in major events and proved himself to be an extremely capable player. During the Street Fighter 4 era he was known as the best Dudley in the world, there was no-one who could equal him with that character. 

Some of his greatest achievements include winning Community Effort Orlando 2018 and EVO 2018 for Street Fighter 4. He also won Fighters Underground at SXSW 2017, Texas Showdown 2018, and The Fight 2019 for Street Fighter V. However he also has a plethora of top 4 and top 8 placements in other tournaments.

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