MMA Fighting has KSI vs. FaZe Temperrr live round-by-round updates for their exhibition clash Saturday evening in Wembley Arena in London, England.
The main event is expected to begin at 2 p.m. ET on DAZN. Check out our KSI vs. Temperrr results page to find out what happened on the undercard.
KSI (1-0) will be competing in the third exhibition fight of his boxing career. He last competed this past August when he defeated two opponents in the same night via knockout.
FaZe Temperrr (1-1) defeated Overtflow via first-round knockout in his last fight this past November. Temperrr replaced Dillon Danis in the main event less than two weeks ago.
KSI and Temperrr both are expecting that a win will set up a potential mega-fight with Jake Paul later this year. KSI’s Misfits cruiserweight championship will be on the line in the contest.
Get the KSI vs. FaZe Temperrr live blog below.
The KSI vs. FaZe Temperrr main event is just around the corner.
Michael Buffer in the building for the introductions.
Big ovation from the London crowd for KSI as he makes the walk.
A smattering of boos for the U.S. national anthem. This crowd ain’t playing.
There’s God Save The King and we are moments away from the fight. Michael Buffer with a classic “Let’s get ready to rumble!”
Round 1: Loud “KSI” chant as the fight begins. KSI immediately advances with jabs. He lands a clean body shot, Temperrr avoids a few wild follow-up haymakers. Temperrr lands a right hand as KSI steps in. Good left by Temperrr. KSI throwing heavy, he’s looking for a KO, but Temperrr not staying still. Glancing left by KSI. Another good counter by Temperrr. Jab by Temperrr lands as KSI circles. KSI advances with a 1-2 and the left hand DROPS Temperrr. He looks hurt bad. The referee gives him plenty of time to recover, but Temperrr is clearly dazed. He eventually stands, but this one is waved off. Big KO for KSI.
Official result: KSI def. FaZe Temperrr via knockout (R1, 2:19)
“I said I wanted a KO, I said I wanted it Round 1,” KSI said post-fight. “Here we are, baby.”
He then went on to name a few potential opponents including Joe Fournier and former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley. Fournier was in attendance and he stepped to the stage to accept KSI’s challenge.
Fournier proposes a May date and KSI says, “I’m down” and they shake hands. They later face off.
KSI says he needs to test himself more before he takes on the final level, “Jake m*********** Paul.”