Streamer goes viral by showing KSI vs Logan Paul 2 in glasses reflection - Dexerto

Streamer goes viral by showing KSI vs Logan Paul 2 in glasses reflection

Published: 10/Nov/2019 17:21 Updated: 10/Nov/2019 17:42

by Connor Bennett


Over 10,000 found a unique way to watch the KSI vs Logan Paul 2 fight without shelling out or heading to an illegal stream.

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After months of trash talk and waiting from fans, KSI and Logan Paul stepped back into the boxing ring on November 9 to settle their long-standing feud once and for all. In the end, the British YouTuber was able to overcome his foe – picking up a split decision victory despite being knocked down late in the fight.

The official pay-per-view numbers have not yet been released, but it appears a decent number of fans were able to find a way to watch the pair square off, even if they may have been left feeling queazy at the end of it. 


KSI, DAZN - YouTubeKSI and Logan Paul finally settled their differences inside the boxing ring.
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In photos circling on Twitter, over 10,000 people were able to view a broadcast of the fight on YouTube by purely watching the reflection of a streamer’s glasses.

In one image posted by ryxn78, a man can be seen peering at the fight with the reflection of his screen showing Logan and KSI squaring off. It may not be the greatest quality, but it’s quite easy, and also pretty hilarious, to make out where the fighters are in the ring and just how far away the referee is.

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If the free, probably illegal broadcast wasn’t enough though, some viewers could be seen giving the streamer instructions about not moving his head so they can see even more clearly.


One user even called out for him to adjust the brightness of the screen so they can get a better view, while others thanked him for pulling off the unusual stream.

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Of course, pirating these live fights is illegal, but that won’t stop curious onlookers who don’t want to shell out for the bout from doing so.

The last meeting between KSI and Logan Paul, which was broadcast on YouTube pay-per-view, suffered a little bit, even though over one million people tuned in, as thousands re-streamed the contest on Twitch and other platforms.