I agree with geese pants. If anybody here wanted to insult you, you’d feel your asshole getting tighter at the exact second you read the post.
Now, there is a TON of noob friendly content out there. You actually have to pay attention to the resources and learn from them and put in a minimal amount of effort in to understanding said resources. Not wish the creator would custom tailor a tutorial just for your needs.
Secondly, ditch whatever juvenile, high horse opinion you have on the things that beat you. Sure some things are better than they should be, but calling them cheap and raging on the internet about it will get you nowhere fast. If you want to do that then head on over to gamefaqs and they will roll out a red carpet for you, give you free cookies, and you guys can whisper sweet nothings into each others ears about how broken fighting games are.
Part of fighting games is learning to adapt to different circumstances at a fast pace. And using the same moves over and over is cheap? That is another part of fighting games. When your opponent shows a weakness, you take advantage of it until they figure out a defense. Your opponent using the same moves over and over again and blowing you up is nothing more than a reflection of your inability to defend against it, and they view it as their ticket to an easy W. This isn’t COD or Halo. You have no other objectives besides winning, no matter how you have to go about it. You use your characters strong points as a tool, while being aware of all their weaknesses at the same time so you can keep yourself in check.
Now normally I’d be the first to jump on your nuts and give you my GT so I could help you get better, because I love teaching people things. But your actions here tell me that you would turn into a casual who plays once every few months. And unless you change your mindset towards fighters, my opinion of you will stand, and you would be nothing but a waste of my time.
But regarding losing a lot, here is a pretty good win quote from SF4
“A strong fighter is not one who always wins, but one who stands after defeat.” - Sagat