Adin Ross Boxing Event: Bryce Hall wants Dillon Danis while Deen the Great to face lawsuit if he participate

Adin Ross, one of the most controversial streamers ever, has been involved with big names from the boxing and MMA community. The controversial streamer was banned from Twitch for his antisemitic views but has found a home with Kick where he is one of the most watched and followed.

Ross has live-streamed two boxing bouts on his Kick channel and will be streaming his third event which will have some of the biggest names in crossover boxing. The bout has also attracted controversy in lieu due to the contractual obligations of the fighters involved.

Bryce Hall wants to box Dillon Danis on Adin Ross’ event

Crossover boxing star Bryce Hall has expressed his willingness to fight Dillon Danis in Adin Ross’ upcoming boxing event. Ross gave a couple of the other opponents for Hall, but Hall dismissed them due to his friendship and size disparity as he said, “I weigh like 2000 pounds.”

However, Hall stated that he was down for a fight with Danis despite their friendship which made Ross urge Hall to be in shape for an event in April or May. Nonetheless, he also did say that there is no assurance of a fight with Dillon Danis happening, particularly as Danis is facing a defamation lawsuit from Nina Agdal, the fiancée of Logan Paul.

Adin Ross was recently present at Power Slap among other notable celebrities in attendance to watch the Slap Fighting League promoted by Dana White, the UFC CEO. On the other hand, Hall had recently called out Sean Strickland for a boxing match which was met with mixed response.

Hall’s callout came after Strickland bloodied up streamer Sneako at the UFC PI which got the streamer banned by the UFC from the premises of the company’s Performance Institute in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Deen the Great likely to be sued over Adin Ross’ event participation

KSI’s Misfits Boxing is at the forefront of the influencer boxing circuit, especially after Jake Pauls’ Most Valuable Promotions began to stray away from the influencer circuit to concentrate on the professional boxing circuit.

Most of the influencer boxers are signed with Misfits and the promotion has recently threatened to sue one of its fighters for contractual violations. “Crazy how I’m sparring on Adin’s stream on the 16th with Adam, not getting paid for it, and Misfits is threatening to sue me🤦🏻‍♂️🤣”, tweeted Deen the Great on X of Misfits apprehension of him fighting Adam Saleh on Adin Ross’ boxing event.

The legal threat of Misfits comes at a time when they have already allowed multiple fighters the freedom to fight for other promotions. Moreover, Jake Paul even criticized the move on X as he cited KSI’s live stream of his sparring session with IShowSpeed at the same time when DAZN streamed Jake Paul’s boxing match against Andre August.

Promotions and fighters have contracts, and it has created a lot of problems in the combat sports realm, even in the UFC. Dana White and the UFC are very much against their fighters’ boxing ventures for big money, particularly after the Conor McGregor versus Floyd Mayweather boxing match.

What do you make of Adin Ross’ boxing event? What do you think of his business practice to stream the events on Kick?


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