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Matt “Airistotle” Burns is the best when it comes to pretend playing guitar. 25, 2017. The Air Guitar World Championships started off as a joke, but has grown into an annual celebration of guitar-miming chordeographers that draws people to Finland from around the world. Culek and Roberts each scored 34.6 points, Show-Show 34.5. Burns, of Staten Island, New York, finished ahead of runners-up Patrick “Ehrwolf” Culek of Germany and Alexander “The Jinja Assassin” of Australia, who tied for second place. Japan’s 15-year-old Show-Show placed third. A heavy metal version of “I Will Survive” helped Burns romp away with a score of 35.4. Related Articles
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This story was first published on DenverPost.com The American successfully defended his title at the 22nd Air Guitar World Championships in Oulu, Finland on Friday after competing in the finals against 15 contestants from South Korea, Pakistan, Sweden, Britain, Canada and other countries. Winner American Matt “Airistotle” Burns, celebrates during the final of the Air Guitar World Championships in Oulu, Finland, Friday, Aug.