Creator Clash 2 Valkyrae: iDubbbz Talks Potential Appearance

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The first Creator Clash event was a huge success for YouTube star iDubbbz, but will massively popular streamer Valkyrae be appearing at the Creator Clash 2 event?

Influencer boxing events have become a major box office attraction over the past few years, with the likes of Jake Paul, Logan Paul and KSI earning huge paydays for their pay-per-view endeavours.

With the original Creator Clash taking place on Saturday May 14th 2022, we may still be some way away from the next event, but it is certainly worth knowing what has been revealed up to this point!

Here is what iDubbbz recently had to say with regards to Valkyrae potentially getting in the ring for Creator Clash 2.

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Creator Clash is a boxing event featuring the most unlikely group of creators going toe-to-toe for charity, with all net profits from the event going to the American Heart Association, as well as other charities to be announced in the coming weeks.

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iDubbbz recently spoke to Dexerto following the massively successful first event on Saturday 14th May 2022.

The YouTuber and influencer (7.76 Million subscribers on YouTube) revealed that Valkyrae is certainly interested in getting in the ring for another event.

He said: “I’m not sure what her decision is, but Valkyrae has shown some interest. There are also some female animators, as well. I don’t know any of their specific channel names right now. There’s quite a few, almost too many to name right now. In general, there’s equal interest from female and male influencers to be in any new boxing events.”

The original Creator Clash event hosted the first-ever women’s influencer boxing match between Twitch streamer ‘JustaMinx’ and TikToker ‘Yodeling Haley,’ so it wouldn’t be out of the question to see another Women’s ‘division’ fight at Creator Clash 2 when that rolls around.

iDubbbz also revealed the influence of his wife Anisa on a number of female influencers coming forward wanting to get into combat sports and the next Creator Clash event.

He said: “That was definitely spearheaded by Anisa. She initially wanted to fight, and we needed to keep a female fight on the card. I’m super glad we did it because a lot of women have shown an interest in wanting to box now — a lot of female influencers. I think that’s great for women, I think it’s great for the space. Hopefully, we see more influencer cards packed full of women.”

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