How to watch KSI vs Logan Paul 2: live stream tonight’s big boxing match online from anywhere now
We’ve waited over a year to see KSI and Logan Paul step into a boxing ring for their rematch, but tonight is finally the night. After the epic draw they fought out last year, we’ll see who truly deserves to be crowned the YouTube king of boxing. Don’t want to miss any of the action? Read on to find out how to watch a KSI vs Logan Paul live stream – no matter where in the world you are.
Last year, 18,000 devoted fans came to watch as America fought Great Britain in one of the biggest events ever organised by YouTubers.
KSI vs Logan Paul – where and when’s the fight?
The huge rematch between these two YouTubers will go down at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles tonight.
The fight will be kicking off at around 8pm local time (11pm ET), which means the time to tune in for supporters over in the UK will be a very early 4am on Sunday morning.
Streamed by hundreds of thousands of fans, it was a fight as well watched as the top UFC and boxing fights in history – but are you ready for KSI vs Logan Paul round two?
After an epic six rounds in their first head-to-head match, a draw was called leaving fans on both sides wanting a re-match. Since then both Paul and KSI have been in training, improving their fighting styles and stamina and it looks like this year, anyone watching a KSI vs Logan Paul live stream could see a knockout go down.
KSI is at a height, weight and reach disadvantage going into this fight but is the more experienced fighter of the two, leaving Paul wobbling a good few times in their first fight. Since then, he’s been the bookies favorite for round 2, but it honestly feels like anything could happen.
Ready to stream KSI vs Logan Paul live online? We’ve included everything you’ll need to know about broadcasters down below so you can be ahead of the game on the night.
Live stream KSI vs Logan Paul from outside your country
In North America or Canada? DAZN has you sorted and it’s Sky Sports for the fans in the UK. Scroll down a bit further to find out the exact details of how to stream from your country. And for those in Australia, below you’ll find some bad news…