Dominique "SonicFox" McLean has won titles in a number of games, but in Dragon Ball FighterZ, he found his challenge in Goichi "Go1" Kishida. After losing to Goichi in several tournament and exhibition sets, McLean finally got his tournament win yesterday in a heated grand finals at Combo Breaker 2018.
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Keeping his promise from two weeks ago, Dominique "SonicFox" McLean showed up to the Clutch 2018 fighting game tournament last weekend in a custom-made fursuit.
Naturally, he continued to kick everyone's arses.
After a few weeks away, Dominique "SonicFox" McLean returned to New York City's weekly Next Level Battle Circuit tournament series this week for a bit of Dragon Ball FighterZ competition. The king of fighting games had taken a few recent losses to rival Goichi "GO1" Kishida, and was ready to throw down with a new team - and perhaps block access to a tournament slot along the way.
It was only fitting that Dominique "SonicFox" McLean and Goichi "Go1" Kishida meet again in this weekend's Dragon Ball FighterZ tournament. Avoiding each other all the way until the grand finals, it was the anime legend Goichi who managed to edge out the young prodigy and cement his status at the top of the FighterZ scene.
In the modern era of fighting game competition, few players are as accomplished as Dominique "SonicFox" McLean. Despite his young age, the 19-year-old competitor has three Evolution Championship Series victories under his belt and almost half a million dollars in total tournament winnings.
And now, he's looking to translate his oppressive style to one of the most storied franchises in the genre's history while taking part in the scene's best new rivalry.