If Roosh was just in this for the grift, what on earth is his motivation for heading to the most challenging and hardcore version of Christianity on the planet? If he became a born-again evangelical, then maybe megachurches across the country would pay him thousands per session to talk about how he turned away from hedonism and now life is perfect, he could easily get in bed with the Christian Bookstore cottage industry and probably sell way more books than ever before, and turn into the newest evangelical celebrity amongst the millions of Boomers who listen to Dave Ramsey every day, still think George W. Bush was a great president, and own multiple DVDs of Fireproof.
With Milo, for example, while I hope for the best, I could see things going in this direction. (Note that I don't doubt Milo's sincerity, more his likeliness to actually stick with it and follow newfound Christian conviction toward its logical conclusions. But I'm not rooting against him and would be happy to be proved wrong.)
Roosh's actual behavior just doesn't line up with the caricature presented by this aging Gen X-er who thinks playing "Active Rock" on his eight-string guitar still makes him Cool And Relevant. While this skepticism might have been initially justified, it's been two and a half years. These guys just aren't paying attention. Every move Roosh has made during this time seems to alienate as many or more "old" followers as it create new ones.
Watching this stream, I'm struck by how fake it all is. These five guys trying to look all tough and cool, presenting this image and "lifestyle" and hiding receding hairlines with weird headgear. Some of their criticism of megachurch culture is on point, but that's pretty low-hanging fruit and doesn't even remotely apply to Orthodoxy.