Does Dr Disrespect Have A PHD? Dr Disrespect Hops On The Mic In NFL Sunday Night Cameo

Dr Disrespect has made another NFL cameo, this time cutting a promo video for the latest Broncos vs 49ers battle.

The Doc is back in the world of NFL and making waves once again. The official account of Sunday Night Football on NBC posted a promotional video to preview the Broncos vs 49ers battle. In a surprise appearance, it was Dr Disrespect himself who appeared on screen to talk about the match. In the quick clip, Doc previews the clash while also making it known that he himself is a champion and “athlete” in his own right.

Still sporting his now iconic streaming look, the two-time’s fans were quick to comment on the video and express their excitement and seeing him back involved with the NFL once again, this time on NBC and during SNF.

This isn’t the first time Doc has been involved with the NFL. Back in August, Dr Disrespect made a surprise appearance at the 49ers training camp. The footage of the cameo went viral – with many even praising his appearance.

Ex-NFL punter Pat McAfee talked on a YouTube live stream after the event about how “incredibly impressed” he was by the performance he put on. In April 2022, Dr Disrespect also made an appearance at the 2022 NFL Draft where he announced the 49ers third-round selection.

In recent months, Dr Disrespect has been branching out more than usual when it comes to working on his usual streaming content. He’s been sharing more details and looks about his upcoming video game Deadrop. As well as this, Doc has been streaming Modern Warfare 2’s beta, sharing his thoughts on the game.

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Does Dr disrespect have a PHD?

Herschel “Guy” Beahm IV, better known by his online alias Dr Disrespect, is an American video-game streamer.

Considering his nickname, many do wonder if he is a real doctor with his PHD. Well, Beahm is not a medical field doctor but he says he has his doctorate in “online video game blood shedding.”

He’s 6-feet-8, wears a mullet, headphones and sunglasses. Not to mention, he has over 1.3 million Twitter followers and 1.4 million YouTube subscribers. He’s never in a hospital or taking in patients to help with their medical needs. Instead, he’s competing against streamers online in first-person shooter games such as “Call of Duty.” Fans can watch him dominate other players in his Champion’s Club.

He describes himself as the “face of Twitch” with over 4 million Twitch followers who watch him play video games for a living. Beahm, 37, also recently signed an exclusivity contract to remain with the streaming service.

While shooting his hype video for his exclusivity announcement, he told The Times why he decided to stick with his Champions Club empire on Twitch.

“Twitch is where I built my Champions Club empire and will continue to entertain the millions of fans looking for me to dominate the competition,” Beahm said.

What started as just a character reacting to other streamers playing video games on YouTube became a character YouTube viewers got hooked on.

But Beahm’s character didn’t necessarily take off immediately. He started oing reaction videos in 2010 but took a break from it for his job at Sledgehammer Games. He started as a community manager and became a level designer for games. After his stint at Sledgehammer, he decided to bring the doctor back. This time, he started streaming on Twitch and that’s where it took off.

“My community was built on a foundation of organic growth through watching people play video games,” he said. “I can relate to the culture Twitch was built on.”