'It's dangerous bro' – KSI compares himself to heavyweight KO king Deontay Wilder after winning two fights in one night | The Sun

KSI compared himself to Deontay Wilder after landing two knock-out wins in one night on his return to boxing.

The YouTuber, 29, had not fought since November 2019 – when he overcame Logan Paul in his first professional contest.


But he showed no sign of ring rust as he easily dispatched rapper Swarmz before knocking out professional boxer Luis Alcaraz Pineda.

KSI battered both of his opponents and took a combined three rounds to get the KOs, with Pineda being dropped on several occasions.

After defeating the Mexican KSI said: "These guys think they can mess with me, but once they feel the power, it's dangerous bro.

"I'm moving like Deontay Wilder in these streets man. It's scary, no-one wants it."

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Wilder, 36, is claimed by some to have the biggest punch in boxing history.

The American has knocked out 41 opponents in his professional career and was seconds away from doing the same to Tyson Fury in their first meeting.

But KSI feels he has similar power and he is determined to prove it once again – calling out Tommy Fury and several others at the O2 Arena on Saturday.

He added: "Slim [Albaher] looks good. I want a piece of that. Austin vs Gib, I want the winner of that. Andrew Tate, I want a piece of that. Tommy Fury, I want a piece of that."

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But one star KSI did not call out was fellow YouTuber Jake Paul, who possesses a 5-0 record in the ring.

KSI and Paul had a war of words over Twitter after the Ohio star criticised KSI for fighting "a nice young man from Mexico" in Pineda.

He also claimed the three-round fight was an exhibition, not a professional bout, before claiming KSI would never fight him.

Paul was active on social media throughout the event and when KSI failed to challenge him to a fight he tweeted: "Smart man KSI is not calling me out. He knows the truth."

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