Ryan Kavanaugh Video – Confrontation on The Crossover of The Decade

Says Ryan Kavanaugh Video Interview

What caught Kavanaugh’s eye?

Kavanaugh explained in an exclusive interview with a website called Heavy covered by Kelsey McCarson, which is now being known as the Ryan Kavanaugh Video, why his company decided to transfer nostalgic events like Mike Tyson to the upcoming superstar confrontation last year. YouTube anchor Jack Paul played against former UFC boxer Ben Askren. The billionaire businessman and famous Hollywood producer said Paul is the perfect crossover superstar for the upcoming Thriller crossover work. In addition, Kavanaugh said Paul was against Askren that will integrate boxing, social media, and MMA well in one match.

Paul is a boxer- Kavanaugh

Kavanaugh believes that Paul has shown enough skill in the ring to be considered a real boxer. People may wonder who can beat Paul and who cannot beat Paul, but there is no doubt that he has become a legal professional wrestler. He is a boxer and has been eliminated twice. Kavanaugh also suggested that more people like Paul can now use boxing because his 24-year-old American fan base is small. Youngsters nowadays dream of becoming a star on social media and becoming another star. This is how Paul has become one of the most controversial figures in martial arts today, but the polarization with which he speaks and often acts has also helped him sell martial arts. I want to see him fight whether he likes it or not. Kavanaugh has seen all the data. These data show that Paul and Askren will bring a new group of people into boxing.

Jake and Boxing: the new showtime deal.

Jake Paul emerged to be a nebula, a dying star, died harder only to burn brighter as boxing found him. In his fight with Askren, Kavanaugh, backed by Triller, explains how boxing needs the audience that Jake will attract to rejuvenate itself as a sport in show business.

What does the public want?

 At their last event, they realized that people wanted entertainment. The dataset can’t predict anything with certainty yet, but it can’t stop Kavanaugh from bravely venturing into previously unknown territory. It doesn’t mean he got it wrong because he doesn’t know what the truth is; at the same time, it makes him a little dangerous, as per the Ryan Kavanaugh Video.  Askren seems as polarized as Paul, which doesn’t hurt. But the public wants to see it and seem confident in their courageous steps.