Paul explained his plan for the conference during a podcast with YouTube group and production team ‘The Corridor Crew,’ claiming that he has “a lot of ammunition” to use against KSI.
Paul noted that he has “new material” to use against his rival, and argued that KSI has nothing new left to use against him - possibly in reference to his ‘Suicide Forest’ scandal in 2018, or, more recently, his controversial ‘going gay’ New Year’s Eve resolution.
While Paul didn’t hint at any dirt in particular, he did mention past sexual harassment claims made against KSI - which could be a jab to his scandal at Eurogamer Expo in 2012.
As for taking the high road, Paul admitted that he “loves to entertain,” and will “dig his knife into the drama” in order to incite big reactions from his audience.
Paul claimed that his opponent hadn’t respected his wishes to remain “professional” during previous press conferences ahead of their 2018 bout - and that he can’t “imagine” what both parties will say next.
“I really dislike KSI,” Paul admitted toward the end of the podcast. “He took our fun YouTube feud to a level of utmost disrespect... He talked shit about my family, my girlfriend, he mocked me in the most vulnerable time of my life.”
While no specific date has been set for the rematch, KSI chose November of 2019 for the event, while the fight’s venue and state are left to the responsibility of Paul’s team.