The Los Angeles Gladiators were at it once again, this time versus the Houston Outlaws. Last week was very satisfying against the Atlanta Reign, but it was a different story here, largely in part due to Tracer specialist Danteh. This was the same difference maker when the Glads played Houston last year, with Danteh being the man of the hour.
Reviewing Week 21
Washington Justice: 3-12
The Gladiators shut the Justice out during the May Melee Tournament. The Washington roster has gone unchanged since their previous encounter, with Roar and Jjanu as their tank duo, Ttuba and Stitch as their damager dealers, and Ark and Aimgod as their Support players.
Here is how this match went down:
On defense, the Galdiators took advantage of the high ground and managed to pick off members of the Justice. Kevster as Echo was able to get an Ultimate Ability early, duplicating Ttuba’s Genji. Ttuba got his revenge and used Dragon Strike to hack apart the Glads’ defense, causing them to lose Point A. Defense was going good for LA, stopping any attempt at a takeover. The Gladiators’ aggressiveness got the better of them as they lost Point B prematurely.
Gladiators go back on offense, and they could not get a single third on Point A. They had just a minute and were not able to get anything.
Previewing Week 22
Next week, the Gladiators will play the Washington Justice once again. Following their lost to LA, Washington have defeated the Boston Uprising the day after.
Washington Justice: 3-13
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