The unceasingly controversial creator is set to fight a to-be-determined opponent on April 17 amid a deal with Fight Club, a new boxing league launched by micro-video app Triller and the iconic rapper Snoop Dogg. This marks Fight Club’s second event, following an exhibition match between Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. in September -- on which Paul fought on the undercard and scored a headline-making knockout against former NBA star Nate Robinson.
Paul’s fight will serve as headliner, and the event will also comprise three major undercards while spotlighting several musical acts and commentators. Leading up to the fight, Paul will share his training process in an exclusive Triller docuseries.
Proxima Media, the production company established by Hollywood producer Ryan Kavanaugh, which owns Triller, will also serve as the production and marketing partner for Fight Club.
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