At the least he has a superb humorousness!
Japanese fencer Kaito Streets hilariously took to TikTok on July 27 to share his LOL-worthy response to his July 24 fencing match on the Tokyo Olympics. Streets, raised in Redwood Metropolis, California, is proven shaking his head as track “Oh No” by Kreepa performs. “While you make it to the Olympics and get hit within the…” Streets wrote.
Within the video, he watches again the match towards U.S.A. fencer Eli Dershwitz, throughout which Streets’ different sword got here into play. Dershwitz comforts Streets as he bends over in ache, and the 2 pleasant rivals proceed their occasion.
By July 28, the TikTok racked up over 447.6K “likes.” The 27-year-old athlete beforehand cited his inspiration for mastering the artwork of fencing was as a consequence of watching his favourite childhood movie. “I liked the lightsabers in Star Wars,” Streets stated in an official Olympics press statement. “Fencing usually begins with foil, as a result of it’s appropriate to study fundamental strategies, however the coach steered sabre as quickly as he noticed my motion.”