Asked By: Benjamin Hill Date: created: Oct 20 2023

Who won Kenny or DEJI

Answered By: Jake Rogers Date: created: Oct 22 2023

KSI FIRST EVER MISFITS BOXING SHOW Coach Daley had another successful outing on the weekend, this time at the O2 with his fighter’s King Kenny and Deji. King Kenny boxed one of YouTube’s most experienced boxers and came out on top in a close fight. Kenny got off to a shaky start but then dominated behind his jab in the next 3 rounds. THE TRUTH BEHIND KING KENNY VS FAZE SENSEI Click on the link to watch

Who won the Swarmz?

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Updated : 7:49, 15 May 2023

DEJI has beaten Swarmz in his big return to the boxing ring on Misfits Boxing 007. The YouTuber took part in his first fight since his defeat to former world champion Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition fight last year. But it was a victory this time for Deji in a one-sided dominant points win before KSI vs Joe Fournier.

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    Asked By: Carl Roberts Date: created: Apr 03 2024

    Is Swarmz a real boxer

    Answered By: Jose Richardson Date: created: Apr 04 2024

    Brandon Scott (born 11 September 1996), known professionally as Swarmz, is a British rapper and crossover boxer.

    Asked By: Christian Lewis Date: created: Feb 22 2023

    Who has KSI defeated

    Answered By: Jose Wright Date: created: Feb 22 2023


    RESULT Opponent Date
    Win Thomas Oliveira MF & DAZN X Series 4 Jan.14, 2023
    Win Luis Alcaraz Pineda El Flaco De Oro MF & DAZN X Series 1: 2 Fights 1 Night Aug.27, 2022
    Win Brandon Scott Swarmz MF & DAZN X Series 1: 2 Fights 1 Night Aug.27, 2022
    Win Logan Paul KSI vs PAUL 2 Nov.9, 2019

    Did KSI pick Swarmz?

    KSI ridiculed for choosing rapper friend Swarmz as new boxing opponent KSI was due to fight Alex Wassabi later this month but will now face debutant Swarmz, a rapper who has never stepped in the ring before Niall Horan’s take on Liam Payne vs KSI KSI will fight rapper Swarmz later this month after Alex Wassabi pulled out – and the news has gone down like a lead balloon.

    British YouTuber KSI was due to make his ring return against fellow social media star Wassabi in London on August 27 in an attempt to avenge his brother Deji’s defeat by the same opponent. But Wassabi suffered concussion in training and was forced to pull out with a month to go. KSI was offered a fight by long-time rival but turned down the fight and later announced he will take on 25-year-old Swarmz, real name Brandon Scott.

    Swarmz has never fought before and knows KSI through their music careers and appeared alongside his fellow Londoner in his single Houdini. Swarmz was a talented footballer in his youth and spent time at Fulham’s academy before briefly plying his trade in non-league before quitting to focus on his music career.

    He has one million followers on but has made no comments about the fight. Paul, meanwhile, wasted no time in criticising KSI’s choice of opponent. “This is absolutely absurd, what KSI just did there, he is fighting one of his friends,” he said on Instagram. “Talk about getting paid to take a dive; he is fighting a rapper who is his friend, the’ve made songs together, who has never fought before.

    “The dude has a t-shirt on in the fight poster, they don’t even have a picture of this guy shirtless, what the f*** is going on? This event should be free, even KSI’s fans are saying what is going on, they want to sell their tickets to the event. Are you angry that KSI is now fighting his friend? Let us know in the comments section below “This is what I’d expect from you KSI, you taking an easy fight, an easy way out, your friend who is going to take a dive.

    This event should be free otherwise you’re f***ing your fans over.” Boxing fans were also unhappy with the announcement, with one saying: “This fight really got me feeling hype to kind of a let down, all in the span of 48 hours.” Another added: “I’m going to be honest, I am a fan of KSI and his career but this fight now seems bad especially since KSI and Alex had beef and the story for the fight was good.

    No disrespect to Swarmz but I don’t really know who he is and I feel like it’s a bit of an easy cheap fight for KSI.” You can find this story in Or by navigating to the user icon in the top right. : KSI ridiculed for choosing rapper friend Swarmz as new boxing opponent

    Who won Swarmz vs DEJI?

    And judge Gareth Morris scored the fight 39-37 for your winner by unanimous decision.

    How much is Swarmz fighting KSI paid?

    Deji Olatunji vs Swarmz Purse Payouts | X Series 007 | 13 May 2023 This upcoming weekend at MF & DAZN X Series 007 fight card there is co-main event fight which will take place between Deji Olatunji and Swarmz. The fight will be available on DAZN streaming service worldwide and in United States the preliminary fights can be watched on YouTube.

    Boxers Purses PPV Share Total Payouts
    Deji Olatunji $350k N/A $350k
    Swarmz $200k N/A $200k

    The official figures for the both boxers not reported however estimated $350k distributed among Deji Olatunji. There no official confirmed how much Deji Olatunji earn for fight, but some sources reported he made $750k guaranteed further based on pay-per-view money.

    Back in August a source reported that earn $350k guaranteed for the main-event fight with, since he is now fighting in the co-main event he will be making estimated $200k from X Series 007. Once the fight is completed more details regarding to these two boxers Deji Olatunji Swarmz purse will be updated here.

    : Deji Olatunji vs Swarmz Purse Payouts | X Series 007 | 13 May 2023

    Asked By: Oliver Peterson Date: created: Jan 05 2023

    Who lost Deji

    Answered By: Cyrus Torres Date: created: Jan 05 2023

    Deji performs retirement U-turn after losing third YouTube fight in a row Deji was out-pointed by Alex Wassabi last night in chaotic fight which saw a fan storm the ring during the second round in London Alex Wassabi will donate fight purse to brother’s college fund

    • YouTube star Deji is willing to fight again despite losing his third bout in succession.
    • Deji, brother of KSI, was beaten on points by Alex Wassabi in London last night in a chaotic clash with was interrupted by a fan storming the ring in the second round.
    • One judge gave the Londoner the nod but the other two, rightly, awarded the decision to Wassabi who was making his boxing debut.
    • Deji had vowed to retire if he lost following back-to-back defeats by and Vinnie Hacker.
    • But after losing to Wassabi, he asked the crowd if he should reconsider his decision to hang up his gloves.
    • And after they roared their encouragement, he said: “If you guys want me to fight again, I’ll show you what I can do.”

    Deji was beaten by Alex Wassabi ( Ray Tang/LNP) He and Wassabi then shook hands on a rematch which could take place later this year. “I did great,” the American said. “I didn’t know who was going to win at the end. I didn’t realise how tough it was going to be.

    1. Deji later tweeted: “Thank you guys for supporting me and I’m sorry, but nothing will keep me down.”
    2. The social media star had overhauled his training camp for his third fight and had lost an impressive 35lb in weight.
    3. Should Deji retire? below
    4. But he was unable to stamp his authority on Wassabi despite the visitor making his boxing bow.

    “I guess I think too much when I box and I don’t punch enough. Alex did well, I can’t dispute that,” Deji added. It was an otherwise successful night for the British fighters with King Kenny outpointing Faze Temperrr in the co-main event. The American complained of biased judging however, forcing his rival to take to social media to insist he had won.

    “Everyone in the arena saw I won that,” he tweeted. “I don’t know why people online are saying it’s rigged. “I’m going to review the whole fight shortly on a video and show why I won and if he wants to run it back in America for me to beat him again then bring it!” You can find this story in Or by navigating to the user icon in the top right.

    : Deji performs retirement U-turn after losing third YouTube fight in a row

    How many times did Deji lost?

    KSI predicts brother Deji will lose fourth boxing fight in a row KSI will fight YouTube rival Alex Wassabi later this month at London’s O2 Arena and he will be looking to avenge his brother Deji’s defeat to Wassabi, with his brother also fighting Fousey on the undercard Niall Horan’s take on Liam Payne vs KSI KSI has ruthlessly predicted that his brother Deji will lose his upcoming fight with Fousey.

    The British YouTuber- real name JJ Olatunji – will fight his sibling’s conqueror Alex Wassabi at London’s O2 arena on August 27 in his long-awaited ring return. His brother Deji will fight on the undercard when he takes on fellow YouTuber Fousey, and will be looking to pick up his first victory after three defeats.

    KSI was left frustrated after his brother’s fight with Wassabi and dished out some heavy criticism of Deji’s performance in a bid to motivate him for redemption. Now KSI believes his brother may be unable to cope with Fousey’s aggressive approach, but has called for his brother to prove him wrong.

    SI with brother Deji ( KSI/Instagram) “I think he’s going to lose,” he boldly claimed during a predictions video uploaded to his second “Fousey is going to keep going forward, and Deji is going to keep going back, and before you know it, the fight’s over. Then, Deji’s just there like ‘Oh, s***’. “I think it’s going to go to decision, and I think Fousey is going to win.

    “I hope Deji can prove me wrong, but I don’t see him winning. I was working with him and putting the pressure on him and I could have done that for another 20-30 rounds. Cardio is king and he just wasn’t fit for his last fight, I don’t think Deji mentally wants it and I don’t think he has the mindset and cardio to win.

    It hurts me to say it, I am sure he is training hard.” Deji has lost his first three fights, losing to YouTube star before being handed defeat by TikTok star Vinnie Hacker. Most recently he lost to Wassabi earlier this year after failing to match his opponent’s work rate throughout the fight. Who do you think will win – Deji or Fousey? Let us know in the below The Olatunji brothers have had an up and down relationship in recent years but now seem closer than ever with KSI seen consoling his brother in the ring who was dejected after the defeat.

    Deji’s training methods have been questioned in the past by his brother, who is uncertain if his brother is taking his opportunities seriously. However the 25-year-old has now vowed not to underestimate his upcoming opponent, despite admitting he has failed to take his previous rivals seriously.

    • I’m going to take this fight seriously – 100 percent,” he said during a press conference with his rival Fousey ahead of their meeting.
    • I have never underestimated Fousey.
    • In the past I did underestimate some of my opponents.
    • But, I’m not underestimating Fousey.
    • I know he’s going to bring his A-game, so it’s going to be good.

    I respect him a lot and it takes a big man to step back in the ring, and I can say that for myself because I have done it.” You can find this story in Or by navigating to the user icon in the top right. : KSI predicts brother Deji will lose fourth boxing fight in a row

    Asked By: Richard Rodriguez Date: created: Feb 10 2023

    How many did Deji lose

    Answered By: Nathan Patterson Date: created: Feb 13 2023

    How can I stream Deji’s Fights?

    Professional Record Wins Losses
    0-0-0 0 0
    Asked By: Devin Ross Date: created: Apr 20 2024

    Does KSI own misfits

    Answered By: Benjamin Perez Date: created: Apr 20 2024

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Misfits Boxing
    Promotion Misfits Boxing
    First date 14 January 2023
    Last date 14 October 2023
    Total events 7
    ← 2022

    2023 in Misfits Boxing is the second year in the history of Misfits Boxing, a crossover boxing promotion founded by English YouTuber KSI and run by Mams Taylor, Kalle and Nisse Sauerland. Misfits Boxing have currently held 6 events in 2023.

    Why did Swarmz quit football?

    Who is Swarmz? – Brandon Scott, more commonly known as Swarmz, is a British rapper, singer, boxer and former semi-professional footballer, He was born on September 11, 1996, in Greenwich, London, and is of Jamaican and Bajan descent. During his sporting career, Swarmz was on the books at Fulham, Charlton Athletic and Southend United at youth level.

    He later played for Southend but dropped to non-league afterwards, before quitting football in 2018 to focus solely on music. He previously told Amarudontv : “I could have gone far in football, but it was a thing with my attitude. I was was just silly, I had a lot of potential.” Although Swarmz was still making music while playing football, it wasn’t until he released the viral hit Lyca that he got his big break.

    Swarmz has also returned to the world of sport – this time swapping the pitch for the ring. On August 27, 2022, Swarmz started his boxing career in a bout against YouTuber KSI at The O2 Arena, in London.

    Asked By: Chase Rogers Date: created: Jan 09 2023

    What team did Swarmz play

    Answered By: Justin Cooper Date: created: Jan 12 2023

    Football career – Swarmz is a lifelong Arsenal supporter. During his teenage years, Scott was a talented footballer and played for the youth academies of Fulham, Charlton Athletic and Southend United. While at Southend, he had a short loan spell at National League South club East Thurrock United.

    Asked By: Horace Bryant Date: created: Jun 09 2023

    Are KSI and Swarmz friends

    Answered By: Austin Clark Date: created: Jun 10 2023

    We’ve done one song together, that’s it. we don’t speak, we follow each other. we don’t speak.

    Who is the king boxer guy?

    Don King
    King speaking at FreedomFest in July 2016
    Born August 20, 1931 (age 92) Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
    Occupation Boxing promoter
    Years active 1954−present
    Known for ” The Thrilla in Manila “, ” The Rumble in the Jungle “
    Children 3
    Website donking,com

    Donald King (born August 20, 1931) is an American boxing promoter, known for his involvement in several historic boxing matchups. He has been a controversial figure, partly due to a manslaughter conviction and civil cases against him, as well as allegations of dishonest business practices by numerous boxers.

    1. Ing’s career highlights include, among multiple other enterprises, promoting ” The Rumble in the Jungle ” and the ” Thrilla in Manila “.
    2. Ing has promoted some of the most prominent names in boxing, including Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, George Foreman, Larry Holmes, Tomasz Adamek, Roberto Duran, Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, Chris Byrd, John Ruiz, Julio César Chávez, Ricardo Mayorga, Andrew Golota, Bernard Hopkins, Félix Trinidad, Roy Jones Jr.

    , Azumah Nelson, Gerald McClellan, Marco Antonio Barrera, and Christy Martin, Some of these boxers sued him for allegedly defrauding them. Most of the lawsuits were settled out of court. Mike Tyson was quoted as saying, “He did more bad to black fighters than any white promoter ever in the history of boxing.” King has been charged with killing two people in incidents 13 years apart.

    Asked By: Xavier Morris Date: created: Apr 16 2023

    What boxer was a gangster

    Answered By: Keith Martin Date: created: Apr 18 2023

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Mickey Cohen
    Cohen in 1949 at his arraignment
    Born Meyer Harris Cohen September 4, 1913 New York, New York, U.S.
    Died July 29, 1976 (aged 62) Los Angeles, California, U.S.
    Resting place Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery, Culver City, California
    Occupation Crime boss
    Height 5 ft 5 in (165 cm)
    Title “King of Los Angeles”
    Spouse Lavonne Weaver ​ ( m.1940) ​

    Meyer Harris ” Mickey ” Cohen (September 4, 1913 – July 29, 1976) was an American gangster, boxer and entrepreneur based in Los Angeles and boss of the Cohen crime family during the mid-20th century.

    Who won between Swarmz and Ryan Taylor?

    Ryan Taylor has a suspected broken orbital bone (Image: PA/ DAZN) Ryan Taylor has broken his silence after quitting within a minute of his crossover boxing bout against Swarmz on the KSI vs FaZe Temperrr undercard last night. The YouTube star withdrew from the contest after taking just one clean jab.

    Post-fight, Taylor’s eye began to swell up badly with many suspecting that the Brit has broken his orbital bone. Posting to his Instagram story after the disappointing result, Taylor wrote: “The glove caught my f***ing eyeball. I can’t see s***. Mad.” Taylor falls to 0-4 in crossover boxing as he continues his search for an elusive win inside the squared circle.

    The Brit lost his debut via DQ to DK Money before taking vicious beatings at the hands of Anthony Taylor and Slim. But for Swarmz, it was redemption after getting battered from pillar to post by KSI in his debut back in August. Since then, the rapper has doubled down on his training and reaped the fruits of his labour on fight night.

    Speaking to the DAZN broadcast post-fight, Swarmz said: “It was a touch, we call it a likkle touch. I’ve been working hard for this moment as everyone saw me get battered by KSI, calling me a ballerina. It’s been playing on my mind so I had to get redemption. “I’m a musician that has come into the boxing game I can’t wait bro.

    Next fight I’m ready. Where’s Deji? Where’s King Kenny? All the respect, I’m a fair guy. Deji and Kenny are top of the game, top five. I can’t wait for it to happen.” MORE BOXING NEWS. KSI ‘agrees to fight’ against ex-Haye foe after vicious KO of Temperrr Slim outpoints Zanetti in brutal war and calls out KSI OnlyFans star Brooke makes quick work of Ordway in bloody bout Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. Swarmz stopped Ryan Taylor in the first round (Image: Misfits Boxing) Swarmz’s victory was followed up by a win from the other man who fought KSI on the same night in August – Luis Pineda. The Mexican was announced as the Misfit’s 4 mystery opponent and convincingly outboxed opponent BDave to make it 2-0 to the duo on the night.

    Did Taylor break his orbital bone?

    The Angels’ Taylor Ward opens up about his recovery from a 92 mph sinker to his face All felt near his cheek was a sensation that he described as “vibrating.” He was scared, yes, because he was bleeding from a cut by his eye. He knew something bad had happened.

    But in the moments right after getting hit in the face by a 92-mile-per-hour sinker, the physical reality had yet to fully wash over him. His brain had yet to comprehend what had happened to his face. Five weeks ago, the 29-year-old outfielder stood in the batter’s box for a team locked in a pennant race.

    He was just a season removed from a breakout performance that solidified his status as a major leaguer. Now, he was just a hot hitter trying to stay hot, hoping to do some damage against the, Ward watched two sliders float toward the same up-and-in location, and out of the pitcher’s hand, the third offering appeared to be doing the same.

    But it didn’t slide, it didn’t float, it didn’t bend or break. By the time Ward realized this, it was too late. The ball hit him flush. He crumpled to the ground as team trainers frantically sprinted to his side. “Everyone’s story is different,” Ward told The Athletic by phone this week, his first public comments since undergoing facial reconstruction surgery that ended his season.

    “I feel like I’ve come to a reason why this happened. And I’m able to, at least standing right here — I hope when I step in the box as things move forward, (I’m able to) move past this.” Two years ago, Jacob Webb hit Kevin Pillar in the face w/ a fastball.

    I talked to them about the moment.As Taylor Ward heals from his HBP, it’s good to remember these recoveries are more than physical.Link: — Sam Blum (@SamBlum3)

    Ward was, and remains, a professional athlete in the prime of his career. He posted an,833 OPS last season, emerging as an everyday player and top-notch defensive left fielder. In the four weeks leading up to his fateful July 29 at-bat against Manoah, Ward had posted an OPS of 1.047.

    Now, he’s awaiting medical clearance to complete basic tasks. It will be three weeks before he’s allowed to blow his nose. “It’s definitely weird, and it puts you in an interesting spot,” Ward said. “But like anything, you adapt. You think about it initially, and then you don’t think about it anymore as days go on.” Ward’s parents often travel to see play on the road.

    But neither made the trip to Toronto, where Ward soon found himself in the back of an ambulance. His adrenaline started to wear off, which made the pain of his shattered bones feel sharper. “I don’t remember how it felt up until I could feel how it felt,” he said.

    “So much was going through my mind at the time that I wasn’t really thinking about the pain anymore.” With Ward in the hospital, his family relied on updates from Angels head trainer Mike Frostad, and Ward’s agent, Joel Wolfe. Later that evening, he was discharged and given painkillers to keep him comfortable.

    He didn’t check his phone until he was finally back in his hotel room. Waiting for him was a text from Manoah. The pitcher had lingered outside the training room so he could apologize before Ward was taken to the hospital. Now he was reaching out again.

    • Ward made it clear that there were no hard feelings.
    • I don’t know how it will affect him,” he said.
    • Everyone is going to have a different way of getting past this.
    • I hope he can, and I wish him the best moving forward.” That night, there were too many messages to return.
    • So he composed a single text to update his status and sent it individually to those who had reached out.

    That text, Ward said, was accompanied with a photo of his face. He hoped it would ease his friends’ minds, and bring a little levity to an otherwise dire situation. “I was joking around,” Ward said, “saying I needed to get my nose fixed.” The damage, however, was no joke.

    • Though Ward did not suffer a concussion, and his eyesight was not impacted, the sinker to his face left him with three fractures: one to his orbital floor directly below his eye, one by his temple, and another by his jaw.
    • On Aug.5, Ward underwent surgery.
    • Doctors inserted three different plates.
    • He said that the third was necessary because the doctor found that his skull was loose.

    Coming out of the operation, Ward could not eat solid foods, forced to consume only liquids and broth. Nor could he breathe out of his nose because of four-inch splints in each nostril. He said he’s become “a mouth breather” and a heavy snorer, acknowledging he’s probably become a nuisance to his wife.

    It’s been a little more than a month since surgery. Ward still hasn’t been able to drink through a straw. This week, Ward traveled back home to Arizona. He feels guilty about not being in the lineup. It has weighed on him. During this interview, he noted that an Angels game was set to begin in just a few minutes.

    He watches every game. The circumstances, however, have required him to be present in his recovery. Though he was just cleared to begin riding an exercise bike, there are still many things he cannot do. His day-to-day life has been impacted significantly. Other players have suffered a similar fate. Dickie Thon, a former Angel, also broke his orbital bone when he was struck in the face by a pitch in 1984. He suffered depth perception issues, and it impacted the rest of his career. The final plate appearance of Kirby Puckett’s Hall of Fame career ended with a pitch that broke his jaw.

    1. He’d retire the next year when glaucoma cost him the vision in his right eye.) Players who have been hit by pitches in the face more recently include, and, the two-time All-Star with whom Ward has spoken with at length.
    2. Turner was among many to offer support.
    3. Ward’s teammates have reached out frequently.

    He specifically credited his wife and mother for helping him through the difficult recovery process. “If there’s anything that I needed, they were there,” Ward said. “It’s been wonderful to have them.” In one way, Ward will never be the same. The sinker to his face left him with a broken nose, resulting in what he called a “banana shape” curve.

    But doctors couldn’t reconstruct his nose exactly as it was before. So the slight curve remains on his bridge. That imperfection has become a point of pride. “I think it’s kind of good for me to have that too,” Ward said. “Not that I want to be reminded of what happened. But I think it is kind of a cool story.

    These things happen, and it’s OK with me.” That mindset has permeated Ward’s thinking throughout this whole ordeal. He said he has come to terms with the injury. He knows there will be questions about his ability to get back in the box. One of his greatest gifts as a hitter is his comfort at the plate and his ability to recognize pitches — things that could be impacted by emotional scars left by taking a pitch to the face.

    But he intends to come back as the same hitter he was before the injury. “(I’ll) try to basically get as comfortable as I can and forget what happened,” said Ward, who hopes that adding a new C-flap to his batting helmet will help allay any lingering fears. “Put that in the back of your mind and let other thoughts take control.” It would be easy for Ward to wonder why me? Though thoughts like that would be more than fair, Ward has proactively avoided that mindset.

    He understands that there’s a balance between embracing that this incident happened while also moving past it. “I think of this as a badge of honor,” Ward said. “Not something that’s going to be a detriment or something I’m always going to have in the back of my head.

    Asked By: Dylan Washington Date: created: Mar 27 2023

    How many pay per views did KSI vs Swarmz get

    Answered By: Ashton Miller Date: created: Mar 29 2023

    KSI Vs Swarmz PPV Buys Are HUGE, Or Not By Jesse Holland via, 09/06/2022 How many pay-per-view (PPV) buys did KSI vs. Swarmz sell? That depends on who you ask. Longtime combat sports reporter Gareth Davies said his “sources” put the boxing bonanza at 445,000 buys, which would not only top the last offering from Internet rival Jake Paul, but also meet (and perhaps beat) the best UFC PPV of 2022.