Yo, what's up everyone? It's your boy KSI here, coming at you with another blog post. Today, I want to talk about my journey from being a YouTuber to stepping into the boxing ring and becoming a fighting machine.

It all started back when I was just making videos on YouTube, trying to entertain my fans and make them laugh. Little did I know that this would lead me down a path towards something completely different - boxing. When the opportunity came for me to step into the ring and prove myself as a fighter, I knew I had to take it.

Training for my first fight was no joke. Waking up early every morning, hitting the gym hard, sparring with some tough opponents - it was all part of the process. But let me tell you, there is nothing like stepping into that ring with thousands of people watching and feeling that adrenaline rush through your veins.

My first fight was against Joe Weller, and man oh man did we put on a show for the fans. The energy in that arena was electric, and when I knocked him out in the third round... well let's just say it felt damn good.

From there on out, it has been one fight after another - Logan Paul, Jake Paul...you name it. Each opponent presenting their own challenges but pushing me to become better each time.

But let's not forget where it all started - YouTube. Making funny videos with my friends in our Sidemen group will always hold a special place in my heart. Whether we're doing Try Not To Laugh challenges or reacting to memes from Reddit, those moments will never be forgotten.

And then there's Deji - my little bro who has joined me on this crazy journey. From creating content together on YouTube to facing off against each other in an intense boxing match...we've come a long way since our days of playing video games together.

So here we are now: from YouTuber to boxer; from making people laugh online to knocking people out in real life; from posting videos on YouTube channels like Sidemen Reacts or KSI Vlogs...

I guess you could say things have changed quite drastically for me over these past few years. But one thing remains constant throughout it all: My passion for entertaining others whether inside or outside of the ring. And hey if anyone wants any tips hit ya boi up ;)