Event fundraising

YouTubers return to boxing with charity event on May 14

social media influencers will once again be dipping their toes into the world of combat sports in the form of boxing. This time, however, fans won’t witness an event where these media stars will rake in big bucks. The event will take place on Saturday, May 14andnicknamed “Clash of the creatorswill feature members of the video creation platform Youtube fight to raise money for charity.

Creator Clash Charity Event

Clash of the Creators will pit 20 YouTube media personalities against each other against each other at the Yuengling Center in Tampa, Fla. on Saturday, May 14and. The main event will be a cruiserweight clash between iDubbbz (real name: Ian Washburn) and Dr. Mike (real name: Mike Varshavski). iDubbbz, which has nearly 8 million subscribers on its main accountis responsible for creating this event.

Other major YouTubers like Harley (epic mealtime), Alex Ernst, Dad, i did one thingand TheOdd1sOut will also be on the map. Akinola Verissimoadvertiser of sports world, will take care of the announcement in the ring. Live commentary and interviews will be covered by personalities such as xQcOW, Wet Cr1TiKaland FaZe Sensei. Sensei, whose real name is Isiah Ocasio-Pantoja, has competed in MMA, kickboxing and, most recently, boxing when he defeated fellow YouTuber Overflow in the first KSI vs. Logan Paul Event.

Charity actions

On their websiteCreator Clash says the event will raise money for charities including the American Heart Association and more.

fight card

iDubbbz vs. Dr. Mike (Cruiserweight)

Harley (Epic Meal Time) vs. Egoraptor (Heavyweight)

Internet commentary tag against DJ Welch (heavyweight)

Hundar vs. AB (Cruiserweight)

Yudeling Haley vs. JustaMinx (Junior Middleweight)

Ryan Magee vs. Alex Ernst (cruiserweight)

Matt Watson vs. Dad (Middleweight)

I did a thing against TheOdd1sOut (Cruiserweight)

Michael Reeves vs. Graham Stephan (lightweight)

There is a Mystery Fight reserved with two contestants that have yet to be announced, or possibly not, prior to the event.