YouTube stars iDubbbz and Alex Wassabi to headline Creator Clash 2 in April in celebrity-packed event | The Sun

SOCIAL media sensations iDubbbz and Alex Wassabi will throw down on the second instalment of Creator Clash.

Creator Clash 2 will take place in Tampa, Florida on April 15 – the working date for the eagerly-anticipated lightweight showdown between Ryan Garcia and Gervonta Davis.


And the Florida fight show will be headlined by iDubbbz's clash with Wassabi.

IDubbbz – real name Ian Kane Jomha -said of the show: “I am so proud of the fighters and how seriously they’re taking this.

"It's a testament to their commitment and character, along with their commitment to a good cause.

“All of our fighters are students of the game, learning and appreciating 'The Sweet Science' of boxing as they have been training for months with professional boxing coaches and dedicating themselves fully to an intense training regimen.

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"Boxing is truly like no other sport in the world and it’s going to be one hell of an event!”

IDubbbz is relishing the bout, tweeting: "I will make Alexander Horseradish pay for what he did to to KSI…"

Both men are no strangers to stepping into the ring having both boxed once before.

iDubbbz locked horns with fellow social media star Dr Mike on the inaugural Creator Clash show last May and won the bout via decision.

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Wassabi, meanwhile, was in action last March – locking horns with KSI's younger brother Deji.

The American came out of the contest victorious, winning a controversial split decision.

Wassabi was due to face KSI last August but was forced to pull out of the contest after suffering a "serious injury."

He said on Instagram: "With all these rumours going around, there’s only 2 things that are true.

"I’ve recently suffered a serious injury and I will be back very soon.

"You don’t play with concussions. new fight date announcement on the way."

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