Oooh, lots of machismo going around. "If you can prove that...."
Here's the thing. If you can get the League Results table from this page:
and return it as JSON without using any sort of SGML/HTML/XML parser and using only regular expressions, for updating in real-time the League Table in this page:
perhaps, we'll talk more.
And while you're at it, let's see you get the links and titles of the latest active threads from this page:
so that they can be rendered as a navigation list as what is done in this page:
Your challenge assumes that you're getting well-formed, even valid HTML source code. But the real world is full of soup. What happens if the source code you're evaluating has two, three elements that have the same ID? What happens when you're parsing elements that have multiple classes that are defined in varying order, like:
<a href="#" class="nav-link no-underline primary-link">Some String</a>
<a href="#" class="no-underline secondary-link nav-link">Another String</a>
<a href="#" class="secondary-link underline-this"><b>Yet Another String</b></a>