KSI loses to Fury, Logan Paul beats Danis: Prime Card results, recap & more

Brad Norton
Referee inbetween KSI and Tommy Fury in boxing ring after fightDAZN / Wasserman

The highly anticipated Prime Card featuring KSI vs Tommy Fury and Logan Paul vs Dillon Danis as the co-headline is now done and dusted. From when it all kicked off to where you can watch the action, here’s what you need to know about one of the biggest influencer boxing events so far.

Five years ago influencer boxing entered the stratosphere in large part thanks to a clash between Britain’s KSI and America’s Logan Paul. Once bitter rivals, the powerhouse duo are now business partners fighting in tandem on one of the biggest combat sports events of 2023.

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The Prime Card, as it’s been coined, features both social media celebrities duking it out against new opponents in their own co-headline matchups. KSI squared off with undefeated Tommy Fury while Paul stepped into the ring with Dillon Danis.

Here’s your full rundown on everything there is to know about The Prime Card event.

When was KSI vs Tommy Fury & Logan Paul vs Dillon Danis? Prime Card date

The Prime Card event featuring KSI vs Tommy Fury & Logan Paul vs Dillon Danis took place on Saturday, October 14, 2023.

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This star-studded event took place at the Manchester Arena which boasts a capacity of up to 21,000.

Fans could tune into the Prelim bouts from 5 PM BST / 12 PM EST for absolutely free. The DAZN PPV then started around roughly 7 PM BST / 2 PM EST, where the tag-team match between Nichlmao & Alex Wassabi vs. Luis Pineda & Bdave kicked off the card.

Where to stream KSI vs Tommy Fury & Logan Paul vs Dillon Danis

The Prime Card event was broadcast exclusively on DAZN. Fans needed to purchase a DAZN subscription, and also needed to buy the PPV separately to watch.

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A monthly subscription is available for $24.99 USD / £19.99 or an annual subscription for $224.99 USD / £99.99.

Currently, this is the only way to access the PPV portion of the KSI vs Tommy Fury & Logan Paul vs Dillon Danis event. However, the preliminary card will be streamed for free on YouTube around the globe. More on that below.

Both contestants will be taking drug tests beforehand after Dillon raised accusations of his opponent being a “juice head”.

KSI vs Tommy Fury & Logan Paul vs Dillon Danis: Rest of the card

Fight Night is well underway, with the undercard fights getting worked through leading up to the night’s most anticipated bouts.

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The Prime CardWinnerDecision
KSI vs. Tommy FuryTommy FuryMajority Decision
Logan Paul vs. Dillon DanisLogan PaulDQ
Salt Papi vs. Slim AlbaherSlim AlbaherKO
Deen The Great vs. Walid SharksDeen The GreatUnanimous Decision
King Kenny vs. Anthony Taylor Anthony TaylorUnanimous Decision
Whindersson Nunes vs. MyMateNate Whindersson NunesUnanimous Decision
Nichlmao & Alex Wassabi vs. Luis Pineda & BdaveN/ADraw
Astrid Wett vs. Alexia GraceAstrid WettUnanimous Decision
Swarmz vs. Ed MatthewsEd MatthewsKO
TempoArts vs. Chase DeMoor TempoArtsSplit Decision

Obviously, KSI vs Tommy Fury is expected to close the show, with Logan Paul vs Dillon Danis serving as the co-headliner just before. Not only that, but the undercard fights and prelim bouts are just as exciting.

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Starting with the prelims, reality TV star Chase DeMoor was taken down by Tempo Arts after being suspended for two years and fined $100k earlier this year for continuously punching a downed opponent on the Series 006 card.

The prelims also saw S-X take down fellow rapper DTG, while Swarmz stepped into the ring against TikTok star Ed Matthews, who notably faced off with rapper BlueFace back in April. Swarmz got swiftly K.O.ed in the matchup.

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Meanwhile, fans finally saw Astrid Wett throw down with Alexia Grace for the Flyweight title, a fight that was long anticipated after Alexia hospitalized Astrid by slamming her through a table before their scheduled boxing match in July. Astrid got her revenge with a decisive victory via unanimous decision.

Moving onto the main card, Misfits hosted its third tag-team match, where Luis Pineda and Bdave stepped into the ring with Nichlmao and Alex Wassabi for an incredibly impressive draw. Following that, we saw Brazillian YouTube star Whindersson Nunes go toe-to-toe with MyMateNate after their Kingpyn Boxing debuts. Nate won by unanimous decision.

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If the Prime Card wasn’t stacked enough already, King Kenny and Anthony Taylor will be battling it out for the Misfits light heavyweight championship. Not only that, but arguably one of the most anticipated fights in influencer boxing will be going ahead, as Salt Papi and Slim Albaher finally touched gloves. Slim came out the clear victor, pummeling Salt Papi into submission and forcing the match to be called by the ref.

Before we got to finally see Logan Paul vs. Dillon Danis and KSI vs. Tommy Fury, the most anticipated rematch got underway, as Deen The Great and Walid Sharks put their gloves back on. The two influencers first went blow-for-blow on Series 003, before the mastermind behind Misfits Mams Taylor forced them to put their differences aside and team up for a tag-team match on Series 008.

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For the first big matchup of the night, it went 6 rounds and ultimately ended in chaos as Dillion Danis tried to grab Logan Paul. The match was ultimately called with Danis getting DQed, crowning Logan Paul the winner of the bout.

The only fight that remained was KSI vs. Tommy Fury. It was KSI’s long-awaited return to the ring, leaving many wondering if he could truly take down Tommy Fury.

Though there was criticism sent toward both fighters for clenching in the ring, Tommy Fury took home the win with a majority decision, before it was soon corrected to a unanimous decision. Though he may have lost, KSI was very, very close to winning, and has since appealed the “outrageous” decision.

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Similarly, Dillon Danis has also sent an appeal for his disqualification to the PBA, the governing body that sanctioned the Prime Card bouts. It’s fair to say Logan Paul isn’t impressed with the move, slamming Danis as “embarrassing” and “desperate”

We’ll be sure to keep you updated here with any new fight announcements as the Prime Card draws near. For more influencer boxing matches taking place this year, be sure to check out our hub right here on Dexerto to stay tuned to all the best fights.

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Brad Norton is the Australian Managing Editor at Dexerto. He graduated from Swinburne University with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism and has been working full-time in the field for the past six years at the likes of Gamurs Group and now Dexerto. He loves all things single-player gaming (with Uncharted a personal favorite) but has a history on the competitive side having previously run Oceanic esports org Mindfreak. You can contact Brad at brad.norton@dexerto.com