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‘Let’s run it b****’ – KSI and Jake Paul agree winner fights next year at Wembley Stadium


The war of words between KSI and Jake Paul seems to have finally come to an end, as the two men have agreed to fight next year.

Over the past week, social media stars have been back and forth but now the duo have agreed on a winner to take the entire fight at Wembley Stadium next year.

Both Paul and KSI said they want to fight, so now it’s only a matter of time

On August 27, KSI was scheduled to face fellow YouTuber Alex Wassabi at the O2 Arena, but over the weekend it was announced that the latter had to withdraw due to a concussion.

Paul immediately offered to replace him, but KSI rejected the offer, as he already has a new opponent in the form of rapper Swarmz, and he said he would only fight Paul on his terms.

However, on Monday, KSI laid out their terms, making Paul an offer on Twitter.

“I will send you a contract,” he wrote. “We will fight next year. Wembley Stadium. The winner of the fight takes it all. One hundred percent of the purse will be at stake.

“Put your money where your mouth is and let’s finally end this. Will you accept?”

Paul responded as soon as he woke up this morning, saying, “Hello guy fighting rapper with a t-shirt.

“Your hometown and the winner take it all – 1000% I agree, but [on] a condition… You have to answer and admit that from TODAY when it comes to boxing I am [better].”

‘Let’s run it b****’ – KSI and Jake Paul agree winner fights next year at Wembley Stadium

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KSI hasn’t fought since beating Jake’s brother Logan Paul in 2019

‘Let’s run it b****’ – KSI and Jake Paul agree winner fights next year at Wembley Stadium

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In the meantime, Paul has built a professional record of 5-0, last knocking out Tyron Woodley in December 2021

In the spirit of making the fight happen, KSI was ready to fulfill that condition, as he replied, “Starting today in boxing you are better. Let’s go b****.

So, it looks like the fight is on, but for now KSI will have to turn their attention to their next opponent, Swarmz, who previously featured alongside KSI on a song and has no known fighting experience.

This announcement caused quite a storm on social media, with the majority of KSI fans criticizing his choice of opponent and of course, Paul couldn’t miss the chance to step into his rival’s shoes.

Swarmz, however, took issue with the American’s criticism.

‘Let’s run it b****’ – KSI and Jake Paul agree winner fights next year at Wembley Stadium

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Swarmz went on a rant against Paul on Instagram and insisted he was not friends with KSI

“I see all these comments about the fight,” he said in an Instagram post. “The fight is on the 27th. I see these comments, especially Jake Paul talking shit, mate, your brother already got hit by KSI and now you want to get hit too.

“Keep talking and you will see what happens to you. Come to London bro it’s easy to scare you off social media but in real life I know you’re not about this life bro we’re from the streets here my brother.

“Let me show you something right now, do you think KSI and I are friends?” You lost the plot a lot. We made a song together, that’s it, we don’t talk to each other, we follow each other but we don’t talk to each other.

“He’s not my friend, he knows what he’s done and on the 27th you’ll see me, I’m crazy, look.”

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‘Let’s run it b****’ – KSI and Jake Paul agree winner fights next year at Wembley Stadium



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