YouTube vs TikTok boxing results including Austin McBroom vs Bryce Hall

Austin McBroom stopped TikTok star Bryce Hall in a brutal three round fight at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami tonight, in the latest social media influencer bout.

McBroom dominated the bout for all three rounds, before the referee, mercifully, put an end to proceedings, earning the YouTube star a massive victory.

The event was attended by an estimated 15,000 spectators in the stadium, which holds 63,000 at capacity for Miami Dolphins football matches.

And on an exciting undercard, British fighter Faze Jarvis landed a gruesome knockout on top TikTok star Michael Le, before Vinnie Hacker stopped Deji Olatunji to get one back for his side.

In the co-main event, AnEsonGib dominated Tayler Holder in a one-sided exhibition bout, but the judges ruled it a majority draw much to the chagrin of the audience watching at home and in the stadium.

Here are the results from Miami…

Austin McBroom bt Bryce Hall by TKO in R3

Cocky TikTok star Bryce Hall was utterly annihilated when he stepped into the ring with former NCAA basketball standout Austin McBroom.

Despite claiming to have fought 40 times on the streets, Hall looked completely out of his depth against the far superior athlete in McBroom, and a number of standing eight counts were called.

He also had a point deducted in the first for his dirty boxing, and admitted after the fight that he 'wasn't a fighter'.

AnEsonGib DRAW Tayler Holder

A highly contentious draw saw fans rain boos down on the ring as the scorecards were read to the astonishment of ring announcer FouseyTube.

Holder was clearly the technically superior boxer, but Gib's cardio and improved calmness meant that he performed far more impressively than he did in his debut pro outing against Jake Paul.

To many viewers, Gib won all five rounds, but not one judge scored it that way, with one saying he won 49-46.

The pair agreed to do it again, with even Holder admitting the result was, in his own words; 'bulls***'.

Vinnie Hacker bt Deji by TKO in R3

In the biggest upset of the night, 18-year-old TikTok star Vinnie Hacker stopped YouTuber Deji Olatunji in the third round of their fight.

Olatunji had insisted he was fitter than he was when he fought Jake Paul in 2018, where he went five rounds with the now 3-0 professional.

But he slowed early and almost quit at the start of the third before getting finished by the unfancied Hacker.

DDG bt Nate Wyatt by UD

Platinum recording artist DDG put on a dominant performance against TikTok star Nate Wyatt in one of only two bouts that went the distance on the night.

He insisted that he would be retiring from YouTube earlier this year, and told Paige VanZant in the ring afterwards that this would also be his sole boxing match.

One notable moment came from the ring walk in this bout, where DDG rapped himself to the ring in a surefire first for boxing at any level.

Faze Jarvis bt Michael Le by KO in R2

In definitely the most viral stoppage of the night, Faze Clan member Jarvis landed a massive knockout in the second round of his bout with Michael Le.

TikTok star Le, who had the largest following on the card with around 48m on his TikTok alone, started quickly, but couldn't find a rhythm and was ultimately put down by the Brit.

Londoner Jarvis looked like one of the more impressive fighters on the card, and vowed to compete again

Landon McBroom bt Ben Azelart by TKO in R2

Landon McBroom brutalised Ben Azelart in his amateur boxing debut, smashing the inexperienced TikTok star in a bout which likely could have been stopped in the first.

McBroom, whose brother won in the main event, looked strong at times, although it remains to be seen what he could do against an opponent who had ever trained properly.

Azelart admitted before the bout that he had never thrown a punch until a month prior.

Ryan Johnston bt Cale Saurage by TKO R5

In the opening bout of the evening, Ryan Johnston took on Cale Saurage in an intense matchup that saw both men land their share of big shots.

Saurage was game as anyone, but clearly lacked the ability to compete with a boxer who has the technical ability of someone like Johnston, who won his way into the event in a behind-closed-doors sparring competition.

After the bout, Johnston said he was considering a return to the ring, but wouldn't call anyone out in particular.

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