A lot has changed since then. In the months since, both men have turned professional, meaning that they will fight tonight without headguards and with much lighter gloves.
The fight will also be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office, reflecting the true crossover appeal of the contest.
Paul started the first fight very strongly before fading in the later rounds, as KSI came exceptionally close to sealing victory. Will the Brit be able to go one better this time around and finish his opponent?
Here is everything you need to know ahead of the fight, including how to watch.
When is the rematch?
The rematch takes place today: Saturday 9 November.
What TV channel is the fight being shown on?
The KSI and Logan Paul rematch will be shown live in the UK on Sky Sports Box Office.
How much will it cost to watch?
For UK viewers, the fight will cost £9.95.
Can you live stream the fight?
If you purchase the fight from Sky Sports Box Office then you will be able to watch using your laptop or mobile device.
Will the fight be on YouTube?
No. Unlike their first fight, the contest will not be streaming live on YouTube.
You will need to buy the fight on Sky Sports Box Office if you want to watch it.
However, there will be a pre-show, which will air simultaneously on the DAZN, KSI and Logan Paul YouTube channels.
What UK time will it take place?
As ever with boxing events, it is impossible to say when the ringwalks will be.
But it is expected that the fight will begin sometime between 4am and 5am for those watching in the UK.
If you are lucky enough to live in the United States, the fight will begin between 9pm and 10pm local time in Los Angeles.
Who’s on the undercard?
- Billy Joe Saunders vs Marcelo Coceres (WBO super-middleweight fight)
- Devin Haney vs Alfredo Santiago (WBC lightweight fight)
- Ronny Rios vs Hugo Berrio
- Diego Pacheco vs Aaron Casper
- Alexis Espino vs Gregory Clark
- Reshat Mati vs Cody Peterson
- Joshua Brueckner vs Tyler Smith
What are the odds?
KSI to win: 11/8
Logan Paul to win: 4/7
From our man on the ground, Chris Stokel-Walker:
Adam has already explained that we’re likely going to be a few thousand people short of capacity at tonight’s event – and provided one reason why: Logan Paul’s young fanbase being priced out of the event. Our reporting on the ground suggests that’s a real concern.
I met Natalie Espinoza, a 15-year-old school student from Los Angeles, at the weigh-in yesterday in downtown Los Angeles.
Espinoza has been watching Paul since she was nine, and bunked off school early to see him. But she won’t be in attendance at the Staples Centre tonight. “I’m not goingto the match tomorrow because I don’t have the money right now,” she told me. “But I wanted tocome here to get a taste of it.”
Expectations that there would be a sell out were pretty high, but it seems that they will only get around 15,000 at the most in the 20,000 Staples Centre arena.
A lot of people have put that down to ticket prices, with the ‘more expensive seats’ costing up to $1,000.
Considering the fan base is mostly kids around 10-20 years old, might be a bit out of their price range…
That size difference could be the difference tonight, and Logan Paul thinks he might just have some fun with it.
We also have our man Steve Bunce out in Los Angeles – and he’s taken a look at if the fight is a crime against boxing.
It’s a fight which is dividing opinion, but one man who is and always has been on board with it is Anthony Joshua.
The former unified heavyweight champion has provided KSI, his friend, with some advice.
One man almost stealing all the headlines over this whole event is former world heavyweight champion Shannon Briggs.
At yesterday’s weigh-in, he was see seen throwing punches towards KSI’s team.
At the press conference on Thursday night, tempers reached fever pitch, with KSI telling his opponent “I’m going to f****** kill you”.
He has since clarified his comments.
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Amongst the circus, there are also a couple of world title fights at the Staples Centre.
Devin Haney faces Alfredo Santiago in the first defence of his WBC lightweight title, while Billy Joe Saunders looks to hold onto his WBO super-middleweight belt against Marcelo Esteban Coceres.
When asked to describe himself to the American crowd, Saunders did what Saunders does.
“I’m a sexy motherf*****”
He’s also a pretty good boxer, so make sure you tune in not just to see his looks.
After a long and somewhat taxing fight week full of trash talking, you’ll be surprised to hear both men are actually tired of talking.
“I’m kind of done talking, it’s time to let my fists talk,” Logan Paul said after they weighed in.
“It’s over for him,” KSI responded.
“He should have beat me in the last fight, that was his best opportunity.
“Look at my team, my team is stacked. I’ve got Larry Wade, he’s trained Shawn Porter and he’s currently training Luis Ortiz. I’ve got Jeff Mayweather as my trainer as well. I’ve got Viddal Riley, Leon Williams, I’ve got Stitch Duran as my cut-man.
“Look at the team, I’m stacked. He has Shannon Briggs, he has a hype-man. It’s over for him, it’s literally over for him.”
Logan Paul has weighed in the much heavier man – but size and look doesn’t always matter, as we’ve seen a number of times in boxing over the year.
Check out the highlights from yesterday’s weigh in.
From the undercard to the main event.
Hello and welcome to The Independent’s coverage of KSI vs Logan Paul II.
The day has finally arrived! After two years of trash talking and an amateur bout, the two YouTubers finally cross over into the big time.
We’ll have all the build up to the big one as well as live coverage of the event itself, so stay tuned.
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