Austin McBroom shut down claims that the Battle of the Platforms YouTubers vs. TikTokers newbie boxing occasion was a flop, insisting the “actual numbers” might be launched quickly.
The Battle of the Platforms YouTubers vs. TikTokers boxing occasion ended with a bang after Austin knocked out Bryce Corridor.
However in accordance with a number of sources, together with individuals Josh Richards and Vinnie Hacker, they nonetheless haven’t been paid.
Social Gloves, the corporate behind the occasion, insisted they’re “working tirelessly” to confirm funds and get everybody paid on time. Nevertheless, the entire debacle has led many to consider the occasion was a flop and offered solely 136,00 pay-per-view buys, a lot lower than the anticipated 500,000.
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Austin, who’s reportedly a partial proprietor of Social Gloves, posted an announcement on Instagram claiming it was “one of many greatest social media occasions in historical past” and the “actual numbers,” that are being tallied by an accounting agency and first-class auditor, will come out quickly.
“100,000 PPV buys is [cap]. Solely the haters need to consider that,” he stated. “These people who find themselves scamming… are mainly saying all of us fighters [and our] fanbases ain’t sh*t.”
“Everyone knows Social Gloves placed on one of many greatest social media occasions in historical past as all of you watched. The actual numbers will come out quickly. Simply know Social Gloves weren’t those who collected PPV numbers [and] purchases.”
The occasion remains to be making headlines weeks after it completed — just for the fallacious causes.
Nevertheless, Austin is adamant that it was a powerful success and believes everybody concerned might be rightfully paid in due time.