Anthony “Methodz” Zinni Retires From Professional Call of Duty In Front Of Emotional and Grateful Home Crowd
There isn’t a dry eye in the house right now at MGM Music Hall as Boston Breach’s de facto leader and marquee initial signing, Anthony “Methodz” Zinni, has announced his retirement from professional Call of Duty.
The Boston home crowd showed nothing but love and appreciation for the Call of Duty great, and not a dry eye in the house could be found after he finished addressing fans, friends, and family.
Methodz had no shortage of folks to give thanks to, including Boston Breach ownership who welcomed him into their homes this past Thanksgiving, and “gave him a chance when nobody else would” in 2021 when they signed him to their flagship roster. His family is also in attendance, and shared hugs and tears as he stood on stage. Zinni also said that he’d be pursuing a full-time content creation career, and that his mind has “often wandered” about what that pivot could do for him in the long run as he contemplated his future in professional Call of Duty.
I’ve lived in this city for my entire life, and have seen plenty of athletes come and go. Although Anthony “Methodz” Zinni has only been signed to Breach for the two years that they’ve been around, he’ll always be loved, respected, and remembered in Boston’s sports pantheon, and will always be considered family to his adopted hometown.
Thanks for everything, Zinni – we can’t wait to see what you do next.
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