YouTube vs. TikTok boxing live stream: How to watch Battle of the Platforms fights on LiveXLive PPV

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YouTube vs. TikTok boxing live stream: How to watch Battle of the Platforms fights on LiveXLive PPV


Which social media platform features the better boxers: YouTube or TikTok?

We’ll attempt to find out the answer to that question on Saturday in Battle of the Platforms, an event pitting YouTube stars against TikTok stars in a boxing match. The headline fight will be Austin McBroom vs. Bryce Hall, which has some intrigue as the two have had a back-and-forth before the fight started.

MORE: Everything to know about YouTube vs. TikTok boxing match

Other opponents include two YouTube stars who have lost to Jake Paul — AnEsonGib and Deji — and popular TikTok influencers like Tayler Holder, Nate Wyatt and Michael Le among others. While AnEsonGib and Deji lost to Paul, they at least have some boxing experience, which is more than others on this fight card can say.

Nevertheless, it should be an interesting event. Even beyond boxing, there’s reason to watch as there will be a number of musical performances throughout. The musical guests include DJ Khaled, Lil Baby, Migos, Trippie Redd and more.

Let’s get in to how you can live stream and watch YouTube and TikTok stars fight each other.

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You’ll be able to live stream the YouTube vs. TikTok boxing event through a service called LiveXLive. From their own description, LiveXLive is a streaming service that “lets you listen to your favorite music and watch live streaming performances.” However, since it is a PPV event, it is not available as a live stream. But the first two undercard fights are available to stream for free.

LiveXLive is available to stream on nearly every internet-connected device. LiveXLive has mobile and tablet apps on iOS and Android. It also has apps on Smart TVs such as Apple TV, Roku, Samsung, SMART TV and Google Chromecast.

The full event starts at 7 p.m. ET, but it will take a long while before the main event of Austin McBroom vs. Bryce Hall starts. Not only are there eight total fights, but there are a number of musical performances in between each fight. Don’t be surprised if McBroom vs. Hall starts past midnight.

The baseline PPV price for the YouTube vs. TikTok boxing event is $49.99, although there’s a service fee that drives the price up to essentially $60. Although you aren’t just buying this event with your purchase. A PPV buy also includes six months of LiveXLive and an exclusive NFT.

There are also upgraded packages. There’s a $69.99 package that includes an exclusive event T-Shirt and an $89.99 package that includes an exclusive event hoodie.

Interestingly enough the YouTube vs. TikTok boxing event takes place at the same location as Floyd Mayweather’s fight against Logan Paul just a week ago. 


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