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How to Watch the KSI vs Logan Paul Full Fight Replay and Highlights

Published: 26/Aug/2018 12:17 Updated: 26/Aug/2018 14:16

by Calum Patterson

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Viewers who paid for the official live stream can now watch the full fight replay from the KSI vs Logan Paul boxing match, as well as Deji vs Jake Paul.

After an eventful evening of boxing took place on August 25, with a reported 800,000 tuning in to the official stream and over a million watching pirated streams on other sites, the main bout ended in a draw.

There is plenty of debate over whether it was the right decision or not, but if you paid for the official live stream on YouTube, you can always go back and watch the stream in full.

Unfortunately, at the time of writing, there is no way to watch the fight back in full (officially) other than going to the KSI vs Logan pay-per-view broadcast.

For highlights of the match, numerous YouTube channels are uploading their own edits of the fight with highlight sections.

However, just as Jake Paul mentioned before the event, these videos are being quickly removed for copyright infringement by the copyright holders who organized the fights.

Presumably, considering every fighter involved was in some way a YouTuber, there will be videos up on their personal channels soon, once the copyright holders allow it.

The previous fight, between KSI and Joe Weller, has since racked up over 30 million views on YouTube, and considering the added attention on this most recent boxing event, it should pull in even more rewatches.

There is also the small matter of the rematch, between KSI and Logan Paul, expected to take place in February 2019.

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Shroud impressed with Sykkuno’s “amazing” Rust skills: “You destroyed me!”

Published: 16/Jan/2021 17:57

by Georgina Smith

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Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek was left in awe after Sykkuno managed to shoot him dead on the OTV Rust server, and it was safe to say he was impressed by the streamer’s aim, saying “you killed me, you’re amazing!”

The Offline TV Rust sever has been a huge talking point since the start of this year, as with the enormous host of streamers participating there are endless amounts of content for fans to consume on the daily.

The server even ended up needing to be split into two after people’s varying playstyles caused some tension and calls for a need to separate PVP-focused players and roleplay-focused players.

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While it was originally released in 2013, Rust has experienced a surge in popularity thanks to the OTV server.

However, that’s not to say that there haven’t been plenty of iconic moments between streamers, as even though the game can get pretty violent, the vast range of streamer interactions has led to some great scenes for fans.

That was the case for Sykkuno fans when he managed to kill shroud, leaving everyone impressed with his skills.

While they were competing for the Oil Rig, Sykkuno managed to get shroud with his gun as he jumped, and it didn’t seem like shroud expected it at all, dying with a bewildered “no, Sykkuno!”

Sykkuno’s hand immediately flew to his mouth, laughing and apologizing for the abrupt kill.

Michael sounded equally as impressed as he did betrayed, after a few seconds of silence saying “Sykkuno you killed me, you’re amazing!” But the compliments didn’t end there, with Micheal adding, “you destroyed me!” and even “you’re the better gamer, man” to which Sykkuno replied, “no, no, most definitely not.”

Sykkuno has talked previously about how he’s a “humongous fan of shroud” in the past, so this interaction definitely proved to be a positive one for the rising streamer.

One fan on Twitter said, “Sykkuno downed shroud and even shroud is proud of him,” another saying “that Sykkuno/shroud friendly PVP was beautiful to watch… what in the wholesome rivalry.”

The PVP moment was definitely an entertaining one all round, and while the results were unexpected, no one was more impressed than shroud himself.