Just a week after Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul had a fight with each other, there was another boxing match among us.
Austin McBroom vs. Bryce Hall was the headline news of an event known as the “platform battle.” As you might expect, the two competing platforms will be YouTube and TikTok. Stars from each social media platform will box each other to determine which platform has better fighters.
LiveXLive, who hosted the match, said that the total number of social media fans for each boxer exceeds 1 billion. This will definitely be an interesting event, especially following in the footsteps of the Paul brothers.
These matches are amateur matches, and boxers wear 16-ounce gloves and headgear for boxing matches. The battle will take place at a fast pace of five rounds and two minutes.
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Actual updates and highlights of YouTube and TikTok
7:40: The second battle of the night will take place next: Langdon McBroom vs. Ben Azerat. But first is the musical performance from Trippie Redd.
Ryan Johnston Kale
The way to get this event started is crazy. The referee ended the game in the fifth round, because Ryan Johnston began to really attack Carsolach, so Johnston won the knockout. Statistics at the end of the game showed that Johnston had a total of 45 punches, while Sauraki had 15 punches, of which 34 were considered strong punches. Youtube defeated TikTok early.
7:33 PM: Both fighters have just been eliminated in the fourth round. Ryan Johnston’s nose was bleeding, but he was a better fighter. So far, it seems that Cale Saurage has won the first two rounds and Johnston has won the 3rd and 4th rounds. The fifth round will be the decisive factor.
7:30 in the evening: The battle began to turn. Cale Saurage looked like he was running out of gas, and Ryan Johnston was still healthy. The third round has just ended.
7:28 in the evening: As the announcer pointed out, Ryan Johnston looks more like a better fighter, but Cale Saurage’s attack is more efficient. Although Johnston has been able to hit a few punches, Sorach has hit even harder.
7:25 in the evening: The first round is over. There were some punches at first, but then things settled down because neither fighter threw so much. The televised boxing expert said he handed over the first round to Cale Saurage.
7:22 in the evening: And the first battle has officially begun. Cale Saurage was out early and had some good results.
7:20 in the evening: Due to a problem with Cale Saurage’s headgear, the start of the battle was delayed.
7:10 in the evening: And the activity has already started. Cale Saurage and Ryan Johnston are now entering the stadium.
YouTube and TikTok boxing match start time
- Starting time: 7 p.m. EST / 4 p.m. Pacific time
The full match will start at 7pm Eastern Time, but it will take a long time for the main match between Austin McBloom and Bryce Hall to begin. Not only there are a total of eight battles, but there are also many musical performances between each battle. Don’t be surprised if McBroom vs. Hall starts after midnight.
How to watch YouTube vs. TikTok game
- PPV: Live broadcast
- live: Live broadcast
- PPV price: 49.99 USD
You will be able to live stream YouTube and TikTok boxing matches through a service called LiveXLive. From their own description, LiveXLive is a streaming service that “allows you to listen to your favorite music and watch live performances.” However, since it is a PPV event, it cannot be used as a live stream.But the first two undercard battles Yes It can be streamed for free.
LiveXLive can be streamed on almost all networked devices. LiveXLive has mobile and tablet applications on iOS and Android. It also provides applications on smart TVs such as Apple TV, Roku, Samsung, SMART TV and Google Chromecast.
YouTube vs. TikTik check-in
|Austin McBloom||Compared||Bryce Hall|
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|Tanner Fox||Compared||Ruilan Storm|
|Langdon McBloom||Compared||Ben Azerat|