KSI and Logan Paul will go head-to-head in a boxing rematch this November following their first showdown in 2018. The first match was ruled a majority draw with the judges scoring 57-57, 57-57 and 58-57 in favour of KSI, but it wasn’t enough for him to secure the win.

Both men have hyped up the rematch and will be desperate to land a knockout blow on the other during this contest.

RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about KSI vs Logan Paul 2 Live Stream.

KSI vs Logan Paul 2 Fight Preview

First of all, speaking a bit about the venue of the match between KSI vs. Logan Paul match, its right in front of the home crowd. Yes, the fight of the superstars is returning back to the USA whereas the stadium is bound to be jam-packed.

Where Will The Fight Be Held? 

Moving a bit ahead in this section, the Staples Center situated in Los Angeles is said to be the venue of this match.

Well, right from the start of 2019, the match between KSI vs Logan Paul was right on the cards.

Also, the decision to take up the match was confirmed by Logan right in the month of July.

Speaking about the first clash between these two superstars, it ended up in a draw. Well, the judges went on to score numbers which eventually ended up in a draw.

Logan Paul started off pretty strong whereas he came up on top for the first two rounds.

However, KSI is no exception and he too has got the guts to fight like a champion and win the next match on November 9, 2019.

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Who is KSI?

KSI is a popular YouTuber from London with 20.5m subscribers.

He gained fame for producing videos based around popular games such as the FIFA series.

His channel has diversified since his early days with a music career blossoming for KSI.

Who is Logan Paul?

Paul is a 24-year-old YouTuber from Ohio, USA with 19.9m subscribers to his channel.

He originally started creating content on now-defunct, six-second video site Vine.

Since then he moved onto platforms such as YouTube and Facebook and has held several acting roles on TV.

Paul has been involved in several controversies throughout his online career including immense backlash for filming in ‘suicide forest’ a location in Japan notorious for suicides.