KSI takes just two rounds to KO Swarmz as he totally dominates and leaves bitter rival bloodied in first of two fights
KSI won his first of two fights after stopping rap rival Swarmz in two mismatched rounds.
The YouTube star returned to the ring after three years out and made up for lost time by organising TWO opponents in one night.
Although KSI exerted little energy as he dispatched rather easily of Swarmz, real name Brandon Scott inside four minutes.
The writing was on the wall from the moment the first bell rang as two right hands immediately sent Swarmz into the ropes.
But the musician did go out swinging – quite literally – throwing wild haymaker right hands from all sorts of angles.
Swarmz, 25, did only have a fortnight to prepare for the bout, while also needing to lose almost two stone after replacing Alex Wassabi, 31.
And his inexperience showed, having been left off balance, spinning around in a fashion which drew parallels to a teacup ride.
Somehow, by virtue of running around the ring, three minutes proved enough time for Swarmz to survive despite being floored.
But KSI, 29, wasted no time in putting Swarmz out of his misery in round two after a body shot and left hook signalled the end of the fight.
The Londoner now has a few hours to rest and recover before facing Mexican professional boxer Luis Alcaraz Pineda in the main-event.
Whereas Swarmz, bleeding from the nose, vowed to come back stronger following his late-notice debut.
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