Steve: As a player, which do you feel you benefit the most from offline training mode grinding combos/setups/tech or playing online and fighting a live opponent?
Wazminator: I feel that you will benefit from playing offline more than anything, training mode for execution, setups, tech etc will only take you so far. From my experience a good balance of both is one of the most practical ways to become a better player.
Steve: So playing online is like a necessary evil! If you were to describe your playstyle what would it be?
Wazminator: I would say my playstyle is a good mix of everything, for the most part I like to play a strong neutral but once I get a knockdown I'll play my frame trap/throw game, depending on the situation I feel like I'm able to play however I need to for that situation, defensive, offensive, patient, etc.
Steve: I guess that would make you something like a pretty good all-rounder in your eyes. Alright before we continue, something a little off topic but something the people absolutely need to know. If you had to choose, would you rather anchovies on a pizza or pineapple on a pizza?
Wazminator: To be honest, I hate both, give me a meatlovers pizza and I'm good.
Steve: You recently hit Platinum rank on CFN in Street Fighter V, how are you finding the game? Is there a big difference for you trying to play a Capcom style of fighter coming from a NRS background? Mentally different or executionally different?
Wazminator: I've been back and forth with Street Fighter V since the release, I've tried a few characters but never really felt at home until I started playing Balrog. Coming from NRS to Capcom has helped me tremendously in the learning process, they are completely different games but taking my fundamentals that I learnt from MKX to SFV definitely helped.