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Houston Heat handed San Diego Dynasty their only loss in the prelims of the 2015 NXL World Cup, but each team won out and would face each other again in the finals on Sunday afternoon to see who would emerge the winner. This one game would decide the professional paintball World Cup title.
Dynasty has been one of the best teams in the world for 15 years but have historically not done well at World Cup since the team joined the NXL professional division. The team has not won a professional World Cup since a controversial 10-man final all the way back in 2001. Oliver Lang would rejoin Dynasty to play with the team for the first time all year, but would his presence on and off the field be the difference the team needed to win their event of the year?
Conversely, the Russian players on Houston Heat are World Cup finals veterans with Konstantin Fedorov having played in an astounding 10 World Cup finals. They looked nearly unbeatable in their first match against Dynasty and have shown an astounding ability to play slow and fast layouts all year long.
Over the course of the weekend, this layout had been playing slower and slower due to a strong pocket, 7 back line bunkers and vicious bounce shots. This final game could have been some of the slowest and most cautious paintball of the year. However, the finals would instead produce some of the most amazing paintball ever with an unlikely hero emerging from one of the most exciting points ever played.
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