Going to totally play devil's advocate on this Wyatt Bray deal...so here it goes. We live in a society where people are constantly playing Monday morning quarterback and criticizing they way people handle a certain situation. I personally feel this is wrong, and people are absentmindedly dismissing other people's emotions because of it. Wyatt has dedicated a large portion of his life to being one of the best players in the world; if he loses and feels he should have won, let the dude be pissed...let him throw a tantrum, those are his emotions, not yours. If he wants to be upset and feels the judges wronged him, then who are you to tell him how to live his life? As long as he isn't harming another person, then who are you to tell him he is in the wrong?! People's judgement of another often blocks them from understanding that person's emotion. No one here has even brought up the obvious counterpoint...perhaps the judges did fuck him and he should have advanced to the next round. Perhaps his anger was entirely justified and being a passionate kendama player, it was too much for him and his emotions got the best of him. Oh my God...what does that mean...it means he is HUMAN BEING. There, I said it. Wyatt Bray, as amazing as he is at kendama, is still a living breathing person. Let the dude rage if that is what keeps the fire burning.