KSI KNOCKS OUT both Luis Alcarez Pineda and Swarmz as he wins two fights in one night with bizarre main event against Mexican who complained every time he got punched


KSI knocked out Swarmz and Luis Alcarez Pineda to win both of his fights on Saturday night.

The British social media star returned to the ring for the first time in almost three years and had a successful pair of bouts.

KSI was dominant in both fights

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KSI was dominant in both fights

In the first fight of the night, KSI knocked Swarmz backwards with a hard right hand inside the first ten seconds.

The rapper attempted a couple of crazed swings in response, but was countered effectively by the social media sensation.

Swarmz appeared totally out of his depth, and on several occasions even turned his back on KSI in the opening round.

KSI kept his composure and boxed in a far more professional style than his last fight with Logan Paul three years ago.

With a minute left in the opening round, the defenceless Swarmz was pummelled by KSI and a combination put him down in a corner.

He made it back to his feet and survived to the bell, just about.

Swarmz sat out the count

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Swarmz sat out the count

KSI did press-ups in between rounds, proving that he was unfazed by his foe

At the start of the second, Swarmz was down again from a big left hook inside ten seconds.

This time he accepted defeat and decided to sit out the count.

KSI celebrated victory in the first of his two fights and then went backstage to prepare for the second.

Pineda’s performance was embarrassing

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Pineda’s performance was embarrassing

Emerging three hours later, he returned to the ring to face Pineda.

The second fight began with an aggressive body assault by KSI as he floored Pineda in the opening 30 seconds.

The Mexican complained that a shot landed to the back of his head, but this did not appear to be the case.

As the action resumed, KSI put Pineda down once again with a big right hook to the head.

KSI’s total boxing record (not all pro bouts) is four wins and one draw with three stoppages

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KSI’s total boxing record (not all pro bouts) is four wins and one draw with three stoppages

The 23-year-old looked terrified in the ring and whined to the referee every time he was punched.

He optionally took a knee and wasted time until the bell rang to end round one.

The fight should have come to an end in the second as KSI floored Pineda twice more, but the referee did not wave off the contest.

Again, KSI did press-ups, this time after knocking Pineda down.

In the third and final round, Pineda hit the deck two more times and sat out the referee’s count, crowning KSI with his second win in the same night.

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