KSI, the English YouTuber and CEO of Misfits Boxing, has revealed his plans for the remainder of 2023 and the end of his boxing career. In a tweet on Monday morning, KSI announced that he intends to have three more fights in the boxing world this year, including a December matchup with either Jake Paul or Tommy Fury, before retiring from boxing and returning to music.
KSI’s first fight of the year will be on May 13 at Misfits Boxing 007. Following that, he will face the winner of the upcoming Kingpyn Tournament in August at Misfits Boxing 010. KSI then hopes to cap off his boxing career with a high-profile fight against either Paul or Fury in December.
Tommy Fury defeated Jake Paul via split decision in their February matchup in Saudi Arabia, and both fighters have expressed interest in an immediate rematch. However, it is unclear whether a rematch will take place and when it will occur.
KSI is currently unbeaten throughout his boxing career, which includes a split decision victory over Logan Paul in December 2019. In his last three exhibition bouts, KSI has secured three straight stoppage victories over Swarmz, Luis Alcarez Pineda, and Faze Temperrr.
KSI’s announcement of his upcoming fights and his plan to retire from boxing has caused a stir in the boxing world. Many are eagerly anticipating his upcoming fights and the potential matchup with either Jake Paul or Tommy Fury.
KSI has become a significant figure in the boxing world in recent years, with his boxing events attracting large crowds and garnering attention from fans worldwide. With three more fights on the horizon, including a potential matchup with one of the sport’s biggest stars, KSI’s presence in the boxing world is sure to continue to grow.