Introduction: The world of YouTube boxing is becoming increasingly popular and is now attracting the attention of former NFL running back Le’Veon Bell. Bell recently challenged Jake Paul and has now floated the idea of fighting KSI. However, Bell claims KSI will “never” fight him. The 3x Pro Bowl star did not give a specific reason why he thought KSI would avoid a fight with him, but he is convinced that it won’t be the rapper’s choice. KSI has yet to respond to Bell’s comments, but the high-powered boxing world continues to grow rapidly with KSI’s own brand, Misfits, recently signing a 5-year deal with DAZN to show fans all the latest boxing fights on YouTube.
Former NFL running back Le’Veon Bell said KSI would “never” fight him after the idea was floated on Twitter.
The world of high-powered boxing, despite some skepticism from defenders of the sport, continues to grow rapidly.
KSI own brand, Misfits, recently signed a 5-year deal with DAZN to show fans all the latest boxing fights on YouTube.
In the run-up to the KSI vs. FaZe Temperrr fight, which was previously scheduled to take place against American MMA fighter Dillon Denis, there have been rumors about who the highly successful Brit could be fighting next.
Now former American football star Le’Veon Bell has been touted as a potential challenger.
Le’Veon Bell claims KSI will “never” fight him
The idea was suggested by a Twitter account on January 11, who said: “Would love to see KSI vs Le Vonne Bell.
The 3x Pro Bowl star responded that KSI would “never” fight him, even if it was a serious option.
“Never,” he said. “He won’t even fight, I know for sure he’ll never fight me.”
he would never… he wouldn’t even fight, i know for sure he would never fight me https://t.co/k5DjFUQaAY
— Le’Veon Bell (@LeVeonBell) January 11, 2023
He didn’t give a specific reason why he thought KSI he was going to avoid a fight with him, but he was definitely convinced that it wouldn’t be the rapper’s choice.
Bell has now become a participant in the world of YouTube boxing. He previously challenged Jake Paul and in October 2022 fought on Paul’s undercard against Anderson Silva. There he narrowly lost to Uriah Hall in his professional debut.
KSI had not responded to Bell’s comments at the time of this article’s publication.