This happens all the time to the protagonist of One Punch Man: Saitama one shots an extremely powerful threat, but for whatever reason someone else (unwittingly) gets the credit, and he remains unknown to the greater public. Then with the Deep Sea King he finally does it in public, and after Deep Sea King proved his power by defeating many other heroes. And then, hearing an Ungrateful Bastard riling everyone else against the other heroes because he thought that Deep Sea King had to be weak to be defeated by Saitama http://www.pokersucellulare.com/you-will-be-taken-to-the-police-station-and-interrogated-for/, he claims the other heroes had already weakened the Deep Sea King and threatens the witnesses if they tell everyone anything but that he one shotted the monster so that the heroes who risked their lives will get the respect they deserve.
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