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13th Sep '16 10:44:08 AM res20stupid
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* Korean eSports example - after losing to Geguri, a 17-year old girl ([[BadassAdorable and one of the world's best Zarya players]] [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome with a 6.31 Kill/Death ratio and an 80% win rate]]) in the Nexus Cup of ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'' two professional players accused her of using aimbots and other hacks to get an unfair advantage and reported her to Blizzard for cheating. Even though Blizzard officially cleared her of cheating the two players ''still'' believed she was cheating so they started sending her ''death threats'' if she didn't confess and even announced they'd quit playing the game altogether if she was truly that good. So Geguri went directly to Blizzard's Korean headquarters, started streaming from their offices and completely dominated her opponents... before apologizing to those who were watching for not playing to [[UpToEleven her usual standards]] because she's been so stressed out about the death threats and accusations. The two accusers [[RageQuit resigned from their teams and stopped playing]] but sadly have ''not'' stopped harassing Geguri.
6th Sep '16 4:36:41 PM thatmadork
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** In the sequel, the Predator tries to do the same, this time with a sarcastic "Shit happens!". Worth noting to non-fans that Predators blowing themselves up whenever they think they're beaten isn't just motivated by sheer spite, it's also to destroy their bodies and equipment, simultaneously wiping out evidence of their existence and preventing their quarry from capturing and reverse-engineering their shiny alien tech. [[VideoGame/PredatorConcreteJungle There was one Predator who failed to do this. He fucked up big time.]]
5th Sep '16 10:08:57 PM MJC
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** [[spoiler:Zamasu takes losing a sparring match to Goku ''extremely'' poorly and uses it as a justification to hate mortals even more. Future Zamasu even wants to kill Goku personally because he's apparently still bitter about it.]]
28th Aug '16 8:51:52 AM Hanz
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* Two gym leaders pull this trope on you when you beat them in ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver''. Whitney cries and doesn't hand you over her badge, but she does calm down and gives it to you. Clair on the other hand flat out refuses to admit that you have beaten her and says you still have "lazy ideals," but will hand you the badge if you find an item in the Dragon's Den held by an old man. Even when you get it, not only does Clair believed you failed the test presented by the old man, but she once again ''refuses'' to believe that you actually passed the test and won't give the badge over to you. It's only until the old man threatens to tell Lance (he's the Pokémon Champion) about Clair's bad behavior that Clair finally decides to hand the badge over, but she still acts sore about it. There's also TheRival, Silver, who continually talks trash about how weak you are even after you've wiped the floor with him several times.

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* Two gym leaders pull this trope on you when you beat them in ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver''. Whitney cries and doesn't hand you over her badge, but she does calm down and gives it to you. Clair on the other hand flat out refuses to admit that you have beaten her and says you still have "lazy ideals," but will hand you the badge if you find an item in the Dragon's Den held by an old man. Even when you get it, not only does Clair believed you failed the test presented by the old man, but she once again ''refuses'' to believe that you actually passed the test and won't give the badge over to you. It's only until the old man threatens to tell Lance (he's (Clair's cousin and the local Pokémon Champion) about Clair's bad behavior that Clair finally decides to hand the badge over, but she still acts sore about it. There's also TheRival, Silver, who continually talks trash about how weak you are even after you've wiped the floor with him several times.
20th Aug '16 1:05:35 PM CASCHero
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* [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure Flare]] [[PrehensileHair Corona]] from ''Manga/FairyTail''. As soon as she realized that her opponent was actually beating her, she used her hair to threaten a ''6-year old girl'' in the audience to force her opponent to step down.
** Later, [[ArrogantKungFuGuy Orga]] [[ShockAndAwe Nanagear]], who's the only partecipant to Pandaemonium other than Obra who doesn't compliment Erza for her victory.

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* ''Manga/FairyTail'':
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[[ImpossibleHourglassFigure Flare]] [[PrehensileHair Corona]] from ''Manga/FairyTail''. As soon as she realized that her opponent was actually beating her, she used her hair to threaten a ''6-year old girl'' in the audience to force her opponent to step down.
** Later, [[ArrogantKungFuGuy Orga]] [[ShockAndAwe Nanagear]], who's the only partecipant participant to Pandaemonium other than Obra who doesn't compliment Erza for her victory.victory.
** The Sabertooth guild leader, Jinemma, is an especially notable example. He won't accept anything less then absolute victory, so when Yukino loses to Kagura, he instantly humliates her by causing her to strip naked in front of the guild memebers before kicking her out. Later when Sting and Rouge single-handily lose to Natsu, he beats them senseless then tries to kill Sting's exceed friend, Lector, when he tries to defend him. He gets a hole in his mid-section by Sting in retaliation for his trouble. But the real kicker comes an arc later when he shows up transformed into a demon by Tartous (which he accepted willingly) just to take revenge on the two for what happened. By this point, Sting and Rouge are both sick of his crap and take him down together.
10th Aug '16 9:06:51 PM nombretomado
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* Conall Haldane loses an informal archery match to Dhugal [=McArdry=] early in ''[[{{Deryni}} The King's Justice]]'' and "all but slammed down his bow, though he did manage a stiff little bow of acknowledgment before stalking off sullenly toward the stables". This is noticed and commented upon; Kelson says his cousin "hasn't yet learned the graceful art of losing."

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* Conall Haldane loses an informal archery match to Dhugal [=McArdry=] early in ''[[{{Deryni}} ''[[Literature/{{Deryni}} The King's Justice]]'' and "all but slammed down his bow, though he did manage a stiff little bow of acknowledgment before stalking off sullenly toward the stables". This is noticed and commented upon; Kelson says his cousin "hasn't yet learned the graceful art of losing."
31st Jul '16 9:29:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/{{Goosebumps}}'': In "The Haunted House Game", the two villains refuse to let the two protagonists leave the house even after they won the game fair and square.
22nd Jul '16 7:11:09 AM GF93
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* New Zealand RugbyUnion player Grant Fox on the English: "The English know no humility in victory or defeat. If you beat them, it's because you cheat. [[MortonsFork If they beat you, it's because they've overcome your cheating.]]"
18th Jul '16 10:18:41 PM MisterBeeg
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* In one ''Roland and Rattfink'' cartoon, Rattfink, the series' DastardlyWhiplash, [[TheBadGuyWins wins the race]] by accident. We expect Roland, the series' good guy, to handle his loss with grace, but he [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] that he's a poor loser, and proceeds to beat Rattfink up with his trophy.

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* In one One ''Roland and Rattfink'' cartoon, cartoon has the two entering in a race. Rattfink, the series' DastardlyWhiplash, [[TheBadGuyWins wins the race]] by accident.accident, not even cheating in the process. We expect Roland, the series' good guy, to handle his loss with grace, but he [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] that he's a poor loser, and proceeds to beat Rattfink up with his trophy.
18th Jul '16 10:16:03 PM MisterBeeg
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* In one ''Roland and Rattfink'' cartoon, Rattfink, the series' DastardlyWhiplash, [[TheBadGuyWins wins the race]] by accident. We expect Roland, the series' good guy, to handle his loss with grace, but he [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] that he's a poor loser, and proceeds to beat Rattfink up with his trophy.
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