“The biggest barrier you could ever put on yourself is thinking there is a ‘right way’ to play.”
Few people had as a meteoric of a rise in the FGC at such an early age as Chris “CJ Truth” Jayson did when he made top 32 at Evo 2011 in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition. The protege of Jebailey came out of nowhere and took out top players with his hyper aggressive Fei Long and has have a reputation of being a fearsome opponent ever since.
Seven years later, CJ Truth still has the same boundless energy that seemed to possess him before. But while his passion for fighting games (and Fei Long) is still as palpable and entertaining as ever, he’s gained some concrete insight from his years of tournament play that balance out BornFree‘s most recent interview.