Logan Paul and KSI Both Think They Won Their Fight

The boxing match between YouTube personalities Logan Paul and Olajide William “KSI” Olatunji led to a draw, however each YouTubers really feel like they need to’ve gained the battle.

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Facing each other in Manchester Arena, the two fought for a total of six rounds before a verdict was reached on who the victor was. After hyping the match for so long and finally fighting, the event ended in a draw with neither Logan Paul nor KSI declared the winner. In the days following the fight, the two YouTubers-turned-boxers voiced their opinions on the outcome through Twitter with each one of them saying that they felt like they outperformed the other.

KSI shared his thoughts on Twitter first while saying that he should’ve won the whole thing, though he admitted that the first two rounds weren’t in his favor. Saying that he started off slow, KSI added that had the boxing match lasted double the time it did and went on to a twelfth round, he would’ve been the winner. He added that it was overall a “good fight” while his supporters backed him up.

Following that tweet, Logan Paul shared his personal perspective of the match whereas justifying his reasoning for why he ought to’ve gained. While KSI stated that Logan Paul solely had two rounds on him, Logan Paul stated that the rating was truly 4-2, at the very least to him. Calling out KSI for unlawful hits, he alluded on the rematch that’s to return, one thing that the 2 determined on the finish of their battle. Just as they did for KSI, Logan Paul’s followers backed up his view of the battle.

Regardless of the YouTuber’s opinions on the battle, it formally led to a draw, however there’s a rematch to sit up for. It’s unclear what number of will probably be tempted to purchase that one although seeing how well-liked Twitch was as a supply for a free stream that bypassed having to pay the $10 buy-in price on YouTube.

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