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KSI Defeats Joe Weller In The Biggest YouTube Event In History

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KSI Defeats Joe Weller In The Biggest YouTube Event In History

YouTubers KSI and Joe Weller finally settled their differences this evening when they touched gloves at the Olympic Park, London.

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In recent months the pair have exchanged YouTube diss tracks and tweets, not to mention when the pair clashed on stage at the Upload event in September last year amidst chants of 'fight, fight, fight'.

This fight has already been tipped to hit 20 million views and hundreds of thousands streamed the bout on Youtube.

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Before the fight, Oddschecker grabbed an exclusive interview with the man himself.

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Q) So, KSI - how's training going?

"It's been pretty intense, my body has been aching, I've been running a lot, doing a lot of cardio, pushing everything and I'm very ready. I'm feeling very calm, not nervous at all- I just want to get in the ring and beat the shit out of Joe.

I guess, get revenge for him pushing me and trying to ruin my name. He said that I don't care about mental health, it's very personal.

I have an ex who had problems about mental health, so it's angered me a lot to think he thinks I don't care about mental health. I want to kill him in that ring. Kill him to the point where the referee has to stop it."

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Q) You envisage this fight being finished?

"Yeah, he's getting knocked out. How does the fight end? It depends how I want it to end.

If I feel like it could end in round two or three, I might cool off a bit so I can be in there for more rounds so I can beat him up more. I want to enjoy this moment.

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It's pretty much sadistic, but I want to enjoy this moment and beat the shit out of him."

Q) So, you can see this going into the later rounds, you don't want it to be quick?

"I don't want it to be quick, if it's quick then it's funny, I'd be down for a rematch if he wanted. I really enjoy it - it's an awesome feeling being able to fight.

I've never been in this shape in my life. It's really exciting."

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