Watch this epic rock, paper, scissors final from 2007

Rock, paper, scissors is one of the world’s oldest decision-making games of all time. Usually, it is played to settle a dispute between friends. Most of the time when one friend loses, he or she will say “2 out of 3!” to which the winner replies “We didn’t agree on that!” This game is fun, but it has caused drama all over the planet.

Apparently, the game is taken a lot more serious than first originally believed. Back in 2007, ESPN2 aired the championship round of the USARPS National Championship. This was the second annual tournament in which the winner took home $50,000 (say what?!?!)

USA TODAY’s For the Win shared the video of the epic showdown between Jamie “Landshark” Langridge and David “The Brain” Borne. It was as cheesy as you could imagine. Trey Wingo and Master Roshamballah had the honors of calling the action and the crowd was behind Borne for much of the match as you can hear them chant “LSU! LSU!” where Borne was a student.

See. I told you this was as cheesy as you could imagine, but I guess I can’t really hate on it that much. Langridge walked away with more money than I have made in three years of working a fast food job for just playing a game I play probably two or three times a week.

If that wasn’t enough action for you, ESPN also aired the 2008 championship round.

Unfortunately, ESPN has not aired the championship round of the USARPS since that year.

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