KSI and Logan Paul's rivalry came to an end on Saturday night when the pair met for their long-awaited boxing rematch.
Back in 2018, the YouTube stars stepped into the ring but their first bout ended in a controversial draw.
There was a winner this time around though, as KSI's hand was raised in Los Angeles following victory via a split decision.
But in truth, both men have probably come out as winners, given the amount of money they will make from the fight.
The purse is reported to guarantee both men $900,000, but that number will certainly rise due to sponsorship and pay-per-view buys.
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In the UK, fans were made to pay £9.95 to watch the fight on Sky Sports Box Office - it was also streamed worldwide on DAZN. But not everyone paid to watch it legally.
Instead, 11,000 fans watched the fight through the reflection of sunglasses, via a YouTubers live stream.
Yes, really. Check out the tweet:
Hilarious. What makes it even funnier is that some of the people watching demanded the YouTuber 'keep still' and 'stop moving his head' - even though he was doing them a favour.
The fight didn't disappoint either as the entertaining bout went the distance.
Eventually, it was KSI who won 57-54 and 56-55 on two of the judge's scorecards, while his opponent won 56-55 on the other - handing the Brit victory by split decision.
However, Paul claims he will contest the decision, after being handed a points deduction for hitting KSI while he was down.
"I thought it was a legitimate knockdown, I didn't get a warning," the American said.
"I got two points taken away from me and that's the reason I lost tonight. I would love to contest the commission because I think I should have got a warning. I don't think it was fair at all."
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