‘More people would watch me take a s**t’ – KSI blasts back at WWE star The Miz as YouTuber teases wrestling match


KSI has fired back at WWE star The Miz and claims more people would watch him “taking a s**t” than tune in to see his rival wrestle.

The YouTube sensation, 29, has millions of subscribers to his social media channel and is also currently in the UK music charts.

KSI has fired back at The Miz's comments about fighting him

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KSI has fired back at The Miz’s comments about fighting himCredit: Getty
The A-Lister says the YouTuber does not have enough clout to have a match with him

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The A-Lister says the YouTuber does not have enough clout to have a match with himCredit: The Mega Agency

He has also had three boxing fights – winning all three against Logan Paul, Swarmz and Luis Alcaraz Pineda.

Now he could be on a collision course to follow Paul’s footsteps into the WWE wrestling ring after a war of words with The Miz.

During a recent interview with MuscleManMalcolm, The A-Lister irked KSI by claiming that the Brit is not a big enough name for him to climb between the ropes with.

Miz said: “I don’t think KSI has enough clout to get to me.

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“He’s too busy with his Prime energy drink or hydration drink.”

The clip ended up being shown on KSI’s recent ‘Try Not To Laugh‘ video, with the star then unleashing a fierce response to the American.

KSI said: “Who the f**k is The Miz? Who the f**k is The Miz?

“I don’t have enough clout? Bro I have too much clout.

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“I can take a s**t and more people would watch me take a s**t than see you fight mate.”

KSI co-owns the drinks company Prime Hydration with influencer Paul, who recently faced The Miz at SummerSlam.

The Problem Child is now due to Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Championship at Crown Jewel on November 5 in his next wrestling outing.





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