If you are wondering what happened in the Boxing match between YouTubers vs TikTokers, you have come to the right place. Read on for the latest information regarding the Boxing match between youtubers and tiktokers, a Suit filed against TikTok by its parent company, and the results of the fight. Also, check out our earlier article that details the details surrounding the Suit.
Boxing match between youtubers and tiktokers
There’s no better time to get into the ring than now! A Boxing match between YouTubers and TikTokers is fast approaching and it’s set to be one of the most anticipated events of the year. The social media world has been flooded with influencers lately, from Logan Paul to KSI, and now, the latest craze is a clash between the two. YouTube’s McBroom and TikTok’s Hall look to have a boxing match.
In early March 2021, the first YouTube vs. TikTok Boxing match was announced and the first bout was between YouTuber McBroom and a TikToker, Bryce Hall. Other scheduled fights were between YouTubers Danny Duncan and Bryce Hall, and YouTuber Tanner Fox and TikToker FaZe Jarvis. Team YouTube won in three rounds, while Team TikTok won a unanimous decision.
The boxing match between YouTubers and TikTokers is getting closer by the day. In the main event, AnEsonGib has been showing off his physique in the lead up to the fight against Tayler Holder. Meanwhile, TikTok influencer Bryce Hall has already lined up his next opponent, and has been throwing shade at KSI on social media. Meanwhile, YouTuber Deji continues to post updates about his preparations on social media, despite a recent setback to his training. He has been sparring with a trainer in Mexico.
YouTubers vs. TikTokers was a big hit in June when it took the world by storm. In the social media world, social media users are more likely to follow an influencer’s every move. It’s not surprising that many YouTubers are taking this type of challenge. However, there’s one major drawback: the price of the pay-per-view ticket. The boxing match was overpriced.
The YouTube vs. TikTok boxing event is set for Saturday, June 12. It’s scheduled to start at 7 p.m. ET on LiveXLive, a streaming service famous for live concerts. While the fight is being filmed live, fans can still tune in to see who wins the match. In addition to the boxing, there’s also an exciting concert planned for the event.
The Boxing match between YouTubers and TikTokers had several highlights. While the YouTubers won the most, the TikTokers won less than half of the fights. Austin McBroom defeated Bryce Hall in the third round. Commentators commended McBroom’s quick footwork, tempo, and composure. The winner will have to pay Bryce Hall $1 million to cover his expenses.
Organizers of the event, digital talent agent Paul Cazers, have been experimenting with the idea of a boxing match between TikTokers and YouTubers. The boxing match between Logan Paul and KSI proved the power of social media fans, which drove more viewers to the event than the traditional athletic event. The two YouTube stars also tweeted screenshots of a text conversation they were having. A Twitter user named Bryce’s tweet prompted Austin to post the screenshot on his own social media page.
Suit filed by TikTok’s parent company
YouTubers vs TikTok: The boxing fight could be cancelled before it even starts. The parent company of the popular video app has issued a cease-and-desist order against LiveXLive, the company that hosted the event. The event was scheduled to feature a match between YouTuber Austin McBroom and TikToker Bryce Hall in Miami Gardens, Florida.
The TikTok parent company is not happy with this match’s name. The name is misleading and could lead people to think that the platform is endorsed by TikTok. That’s why the event’s official name is Social Gloves: Battle of the Platforms. The name was changed to avoid confusion. The event is slated to take place on April 12th.
The FTC’s lawsuit cites TikTok’s failure to disclose data from child users. The company has denied this claim, but it has paid $5.7 million to settle the lawsuit. The settlement amounts to the largest civil penalty ever obtained by the FTC. However, TikTok’s lawsuit has sparked privacy concerns. In February 2019, TikTok reportedly threatened to ban itself from the United States if it didn’t resolve these issues. TikTok cited fears that the Chinese Communist Party could use the information to spy on U.S. citizens. It has also demanded to be sold to U.S. interests.
Google owns YouTube, which protects free speech and freedom of expression. However, the Chinese company behind TikTok, by contrast, is owned by ByteDance. TikTok is a video-sharing platform where third-party trackers can collect data. It is impossible to know who is tracking the users. This means that TikTok is capable of tracking the location, personal data, and interactions of users.
This battle between TikTok and YouTube is not really a fight between two companies. Instead, it’s a battle between platforms. In the main event, Austin McBroom will face Bryce Hall. LiveXLive’s parent company recently issued a cease and desist order to TikTok, which has since stopped operating. In the meantime, the two companies continue to face each other on social media.
This fight has been a long-awaited one, with the user base growing to millions across 150 countries. The social media giant’s parent company and TikTok’s parent company are competing for supremacy. Neither company has been able to catch the other. It’s all about the money. If TikTok loses, they’ll be outraged.
YouTube offers a variety of video formats. TikTok favors short burst videos, with maximum lengths of three minutes. YouTube, on the other hand, allows videos to be up to two hours long for verified accounts. TikTok also allows users to download videos to local devices, while YouTube does not. TikTok’s parent company also has a strict community guidelines and terms of service for its users.
Results of fight
YouTubers vs. TikTokers: The YouTubers Fight Night was held on April 6 and features a pair of rising YouTube stars fighting for bragging rights. In one of the featured fights, YouTuber Vinnie Hacker knocked out Deji via TKO in the opening round. The next fight saw YouTuber DDG dominate YouTuber Nate Wyatt by winning on a split decision. While both men were aggressive during the fight, they landed a limited number of punches.
In a white-collar amateur boxing event, YouTubers vs. TikTokers stars stepped into the ring for the first time. Promoted as a “Battle of the Platforms,” this event pitted 183-cm tall Austin McBroom against American TikToker Bryce Hall. The fight was held at Miami Gardens’ Hard Rock Stadium. Sports journalist Emily Austin was in attendance to report on the results.
The Youtubers were dominant in the fight, with the TikTokers taking only one win. Several notable names made the cut: Faze Jarvis, Austin McBroom’s brother Landon, and Ryan Johnston. Other well-known names including DDG and Nick Austin won the fight. In addition, the TikTokers had a short fight with Vennie Hacker, who beat fellow Youtuber Deji.
The first fight of the night saw YouTuber DDG defeat Nate Wyatt. DDG, who won the fight last night, admitted to barely training for the fight and said he was retiring unless some rapper challenges him. Vinnie Hacker, meanwhile, shocked the crowd with a technical knockout. It was the first TikTok star to win, and Hacker said he trained five times a day to prepare for the fight. The ISKA overturned the majority draw, announcing Ali as the winner by a “unanimous decision”.
In the main event, YouTuber Austin McBroom knocked out TikToker Bryce Hall. The match went three rounds, with the former knocking out his opponent in the second round. This was the YouTuber’s fifth fight, and the TikToker’s fourth was a knockout, as well. The fight was the main event of a unique event, where they engaged in a fierce verbal war over the past two months. In the end, a YouTuber showed his class in a slap-down fight and came out on top.
In the co-main event, AnEsonGib dominated Tayler Holder by landing 29 punches, but ended up losing by a majority decision. In the co-main event, Cocky TikTok star Bryce Hall absolutely destroyed Austin McBroom. Despite claiming to have fought on the streets, Hall looked out of his league against a superior athlete. Hall also had one point deducted for dirty boxing, and later said that he was not a fighter.