KSI easily took care of both Swarmz and Luis Alcaraz Pineda with two knockout successes at the London O2 Arena, as the YouTuber said something to set up his next rewarding session.
Despite the fact that Swarmz evaded his direction through the principal round, KSI’s power was a lot for the rapper in the second and the 29-year-old guaranteed a basic triumph to launch his evening.
KSI had cause for festivity later as his sibling Deji vehemently took out Fousey to guarantee his very first boxing win.
The Londoner’s night finished as it started, as he crushed proficient warrior Pineda in three rounds after the Mexican battled to manage the environment on the evening.
From the principal chime, KSI smelt blood as Pineda probably moved around the ring trying to sidestep the YouTuber’s punches, persistently griping to the arbitrator each time he was hit to the floor.
The expert warrior felt KSI was wrongfully punching him on the rear of the head all through the session, albeit the arbitrator – and the group – held little compassion.
In the end, having thumped down the staggered Mexican on a few events, KSI won his second battle in a night as the ref considered it perilous to proceed with the battle.
Subsequent to winning in his last session, KSI called out Slim Albaher, Andrew Tate, Tommy Fury and the champ of Austin McBroom versus AnEsonGib as potential rivals for his next session.
‘Fine people, are you not engaged?’ KSI told the sellout swarm in London after his battle with Pineda.
‘Being back is great. Two battles, one evening. Two KOs. I said it, I talked the discussion and I strolled the walk.
‘I saw the battles. Thin looked great, I need a piece of that. Austin [McBroom] versus [AnEson]Gib, I need the victor of that.
‘Andrew Tate – I need a piece of that. Tommy Fury – I need a piece of that.
‘I’m heated up, I’m prepared and I’m invigorated. Nothing can hurt me. Nothing can hurt me. I’m unique. I’m KSI.
‘I need to thank the fans for coming to the O2. I love every one of you man.
‘You folks have upheld me through my ups and downs and I value each and every one of you, so much obliged.’