Picture Credit: Twitter

Picture Credit: Twitter

When Adin Ross hosted YouTuber-turned-boxer KSI and the professional boxer Tommy Fury on his live stream in a virtual face-to-face, before their fight on the Prime Card next month, Jake Paul, another YouTuber-turned-boxer joined in on the conversation too. But, when The Problem Child was berating both KSI and Tommy Fury, he was unceremoniously kicked from the stream to the surprised reaction of everyone involved.

Notably, the Misfits X DAZN: The Prime Card event will have KSI go one-on-one against Tommy Fury at the AO Arena in Manchester on October 14, which is dubbed as the biggest night in crossover boxing history. It will also have the highly-anticipated clash between Logan Paul, the elder brother of Jake Paul, and Dillon Danis, who have taken the pre-fight trash talking in combat sports to a whole new level, in the last month or so, leading up to the event.

During the live stream, Jake Paul called out KSI by saying, “I can’t wait to get my hands on you though. I want you to know that we have unsettled beef that we need to finish.” He responded, “You have been ducking me. You fought Nate Diaz instead of me. I was meant to fight you. And you said no.” But when Jake Paul tried to explain the situation to him, he was suddenly gone from the stream.

Earlier, KSI had choice words for Adin Ross on his official Twitter account before the stream went live. His tweet read, “Finally get to talk to the Andrew Tate/Jake Paul dickrider today. This is gonna be a lot of fun…”. It led to the American live stream firing back at him, “Jake Paul owns you little bro. See you tomorrow”.

Adin Ross is one of the biggest personalities on the gaming and live streaming service “Kick,” with 668k followers and counting. He is reportedly the most followed streamer on the platform.