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YouTube Vs TikTok Fight

by Amy White

This weekend YouTubers and TikTokers will be clashing in a series of boxing fights dubbed Battle of the Platforms. The one-of-a-kind event is set to take place in Miami, Florida.

The first fight of the night saw British YouTuber AnEsonGib pounding away at TikToker Taylor Holder for five rounds. The match ended in a draw.

TikTok vs. YouTube

TikTok and YouTube are two of the world’s most popular video-sharing platforms, with massive content and user bases. The platforms are competing for the attention of online audiences, and marketers are increasingly using them to promote their products and services.

The popularity of short-form video is exploding, and it’s become a key focus for many social media marketers. But it’s important to understand the differences between YouTube and TikTok to make an informed decision about which platform is best for your business.

While YouTube is a mature platform with a more developed audience, it’s lagging behind TikTok in terms of short-form video. The average watch time for YouTube videos is 14 minutes compared to 90 minutes for TikTok users.

Despite the differences, both platforms have their own unique audiences and marketing opportunities. The key is understanding their algorithms and choosing the platform that’s right for your brand.

The battle between the two platforms has been going on for a while, and it’s one that will likely continue to play out in the future. While some marketers are concerned that the battle may lead to a decline in YouTube’s overall growth, others are hopeful that it will boost YouTube’s overall engagement rates.

There are a few things that you should know before watching the fight, though. The fight is set to take place in Miami, Florida at Hard Rock Stadium on June 12th. It will feature five matches, each lasting around five rounds.

In the main event, Austin McBroom will take on Bryce Hall. It’s a pretty big deal for McBroom, who has been posting his training on social media extensively over the past few weeks and reportedly offered Hall a $5 million fee to take part in the match.

AnEsonGib vs. Taylor Holder

YouTuber AnEsonGib is set to take on TikTok star Taylor Holder in the upcoming YouTube vs. TikTok fight on June 12. The British boxer is no stranger to the ring, having previously won two bouts against KSI before losing to Jake Paul.

Despite this loss, Gib is still determined to make a name for himself and aims to get back in the ring. He recently signed a deal with the American boxing company Social Gloves Entertainment, which will be hosting the fight on June 12.

AnEsonGib and Holder will face off in the main event of the evening as they battle it out to win a share of the prize money from the match. The event is expected to attract more than 136,000 viewers.

However, the fight has a number of controversy surrounding it. The first is that the fight was originally deemed as a draw, despite all three judges giving AnEsonGib more than Taylor Holder. This led to widespread speculation that the entire fight was rigged.

A lot of fans took to Twitter to express their dissatisfaction with the scorecards, saying that the result was unfair and a slap in the face to AnEsonGib. There were even clips that show the referee looking surprised by the results, which fueled the suspicions of the ‘tampered with’ nature of the decision.

This is not the first time that this has happened, and it is not uncommon for fighters to be robbed of a victory. Several of them have filed lawsuits in the past, and many have also claimed to have been cheated out of their share of the prize money.

The ISAK director has now overturned the ruling in favor of AnEsonGib, which should be a huge win for the UK YouTuber. He was able to land 22 more power punches than Holder and 26 more total punches.

Faze Jarvis vs. Michael Le

There’s a new generation of social media stars who are taking their talents into the boxing ring. Some of the most prominent boxers in this trend include Logan Paul, Jake Paul, and KSI.

However, the most impressive knockout of the night came from YouTube’s Faze Jarvis. He managed to take Michael Le out in round 2 with a highlight knockout that caught Twitter’s attention and went viral.

It was the first time a YouTuber has ever won a professional boxing match, and his victory has him looking forward to future boxing matches. He also impressed fans with his ring skills and his ability to make his opponent sweat.

During the fight, Jarvis was quick to get the job done, as he scored two standing 8-counts against Le. It was in control the entire time. He then finished things off with a right hook that put Le down for good.

As a result of his victory, Jarvis received a slew of social media congratulatory messages from his followers. He even got a Twitter response from KSI. The YouTube star has nearly 5 million subscribers and he should have no trouble getting his name on the map.

It’s safe to say that his big win will make him a household name for years to come. The fad of social media stars taking their skills into the boxing ring is still in its early stages, but it’s certainly gaining steam. The best part is that this trend has the potential to be a major business opportunity for those who get it right.

DDG vs. Nate Wyatt

Platinum recording artist DDG, also known as PontiacMadeDDG or DDG, recently beat TikTok star Nate Wyatt in a celebrity boxing match. The event was part of Social Gloves: Battle of the Platforms and was hosted by LivexLive.

DDG is a rapper who hails from Pontiac, Michigan, and has over 3 million subscribers on YouTube. He launched his YouTube channel in 2014 and went on to earn RIAA plaques for his 2018 album, “Arguments,” and 2020’s “Moonwalking in Calabasas” featuring Blueface.

On Twitter earlier this week, DDG posted a message that many believed to be a controversial one. He said that YouTubers make more money than rappers and it was “not even close.”

However, he quickly changed his mind when he received criticism for his tweet. He tweeted back that it was a “funny way to talk about a controversial topic,”. That his statement was simply to show how much money he makes.

His post then received over 28,000 likes from fans and he eventually returned to the platform to shame his less wealthy critics.

DDG has been a boxer for years and has won many professional fights. He has beaten many popular faces and has been proven to be an outstanding boxer.

Despite his impressive skill level, DDG still says that he hasn’t beaten PNB yet. He believes that he has a better chance of winning against the rapper. He has boxed for years and is very good at it.

DDG has had a lot of fights in his boxing career and has defeated several popular social media stars. He has boxed against the likes of Ryan Johnston, Deji Olatunji, and Vinnie Hacker.

Landon McBroom vs. Ben Azelart

YouTuber Landon McBroom utterly dominated Ben Azelart in his amateur boxing debut. Smashing the inexperienced TikTok star in a bout that likely could have been stopped in the first round. He landed 28 punches to Azelart’s three.

McBroom was a former NCAA basketball standout and has since become one of the most popular YouTubers. His page, The ACE Family, boasts over 19 million subscribers and 4.2 billion views. He also has a successful business on the platform.

The match went down in the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida, and saw a crowd of fans in attendance. The event also featured musical performances from Migos, DJ Khaled, and Lil Baby.

It was a great night for YouTube as they won 5 fights and TikTok won 1. The main event was a rematch between Cale Saurage and Ryan Johnston, who exchanged blows throughout the fight.

Another victory came when Faze Clan member Jarvis landed a gruesome knockout on top TikTok star Michael Le. Vinnie Hacker also fought on the card and stopped Deji Olatunji to give YouTube the win.

In the co-main event, Cocky TikTok star Bryce Hall absolutely destroyed Austin McBroom, despite claiming to have fought 40 times on the streets. The former NCAA basketball star was out of his depth against the athletically superior opponent. A number of standing eight counts were called.

Azelart tried to get back into the fight, but he was too late as McBroom took control. He threw a combination of jabs and power shots to keep Hall at bay. He ended the fight in Round 2 and the referee credited him with a knockout.

In a battle between two social media influencers, the winner was determined on June 12. The event was dubbed the “Battle of the Platforms.” It featured eight fighters from YouTube and TikTok.

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