In mere hours, we get to watch the big fight of the day (Nov.9) live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA. Yes, YouTubers Logan Paul and KSI will return to the ring to throw down and decide who's the better amateur fighter. Yes, this is more than just about the entertainment of their massive audiences, as their first fight last year at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England didn't offer a decisive ending. In that fight, two judges called the bout a tie, and one called the fight for KSI. If you're eager to catch the KSI vs. Logan Paul 2 live stream, you're not alone.
The fight undercard starts right now, at 7 p.m. Eastern, from the Staples Center. The main card begins at 9 p.m. ET, with the main event between KSI and Logan Paul expected to start at 11 p.m. ET.
KSI vs. Logan Paul was the first big fight ever between two YouTube stars. And after it attracted more than one million viewers on YouTube’s pay-per-view service, it quickly became known as the “biggest amateur boxing match in history.”
It’s perhaps no surprise that they've been able to attract such a following to their fight. Logan Paul has been able to attract a little less than 20 million subscribers to his YouTube channel, where he’s attracted 4.6 billion views on a variety of comedic topics. KSI, whose real name is Olajide William Olatunji, has more than 20 million subscribers and nearly 5 billion YouTube views.
Both leveraged their massive audiences to attract people to their first fight. And considering the disappointing finish to that fight, KSI-Logan Paul 2 might prove to be even bigger.
So, if you’re interested in seeing the YouTube stars settle the score, here's how to live stream KSI vs. Logan Paul 2.
Live stream KSI vs. Logan Paul 2 from outside of your country with a VPN
If you're traveling outside North America or the U.K., you'll still be able to watch the KSI-Logan Paul fight. A virtual private network, or VPN, can help you connect to your desired streaming service through a U.S. server and watch the draft as if you were at home.
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Live stream KSI vs Logan Paul 2 in the U.S. and Canada
Although the first fight between KSI and Logan Paul was available exclusively on YouTube’s pay-per-view service, the company didn’t get the same treatment this time around.
Instead, in the U.S. and Canada, the fight will air exclusively on DAZN (opens in new tab), a fighting-focused streaming-video service that costs $19.99 per month or $99.99 per year to access. It’s available on just about any device of your choosing, including set-top boxes, in the browser at DAZN.com, and on your phone.
DAZN (opens in new tab) is a streaming service aimed at fight fans, providing access to a wealth of live and on-demand bouts including KSI vs. Logan Paul 2, Ruiz vs. Joshua 2 and Cancio vs. Alvarado. You can sign up for $19 per month or $99 per year.
Live stream KSI vs Logan Paul 2 in the U.K.
Although DAZN has the exclusive streaming rights to the KSI-Logan Paul fight in North America, in the U.K., it doesn’t. There, you’ll be able to watch the fight on Sky Sports Box Office (opens in new tab). Unlike DAZN, Sky Sports Box Office doesn’t have a monthly subscription fee, so you’ll need to pay 9.95 pounds ($12.79) to watch it.
Live stream KSI vs Logan Paul 2 around the world
If you're in Australia, France, Netherlands, the Baltic region, India or Scandinavia, you might be feeling left out. Fortunately, you've got an option made for those regions. Click over to FITE (opens in new tab), which is working with Matchroom Boxing USA to distribute the fights globally.