KSI and Logan Paul renew their rivalry after confirming that they will be having their rematch in America later this year.
The pair promised to give the fans a second run after their original fight ended in a draw.
The fight was streamed live on YouTube pay-per-view with viewing buys rising to 784,000 – more than when Carl Froch knocked out George Groves at Wembley.
Paul started strongly before KSI began to find his feet leaving fans disappointed that there was no outright winner.
The fight in Manchester Arena back in August 2018 completely sold out so the YouTubers promised to make their next fight bigger and better scheduling it for the US.
But first they start with their first press conference, which is bound to be as explosive as ever…
When is the press conference?
Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn has scheduled a press conference for Saturday 14 September at 9pm UK time.
If you are in the United States, it will be at 1pm PST.
It will take place at the Gilbert Lindsey Plaza in downtown Los Angeles.
How can you watch the press conference?
For those in the UK, you can watch the press conference live on YouTube completely free of charge.
In the United States, it will be on DAZN.
When is the fight taking place?
The fight will take place on Saturday 9 November.
It will, however, be in the early hours of the morning for those in the UK.
Where is the fight taking place?
The fight will take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Are tickets available for the fight?
Tickets for the fight go on general sale at the same time as the press conference on Saturday 14 September.
What has been said so far?
Eddie Hearn announced that he will promote the fight after both YouTube stars announced that they were turning professional.
KSI said: “If I’m being honest I didn’t fight well at all in the fight, and even then, I still managed to draw against him.
“I can’t wait to see the memes of him slumped on the ground after I’ve repeatedly beaten the life out of him.”
Logan Paul responded by saying: “I’m finally getting what I wanted from the beginning – no headgear, 10oz gloves and the opportunity to dismantle JJ’s repugnant face in los Angeles, my home city.
“Last fight KSI couldn’t beat me with only three months training under my belt. For the past year while JJ has been wasting time trying to become a rapper, I’ve been training every single day.”