Deji Olatunji has vowed to continue boxing despite his third straight loss to Alex Wassabi last weekend.
The YouTuber turned boxer is 0-3 in white collar fighting after losing fights to fellow social media stars Jake Paul and Vinnie Hacker.
The KSI brother showed defensive improvements in his last loss – and also an increased cardio level – but was ultimately beaten in a split decision loss.
Rumors about whether Deji would now hang up the gloves have arisen but the Briton has moved quickly to quell the speculation.
He posted on Instagram: “The journey ends, when I say it ends.”
So who could he fight next and what do we know? talkSPORT.com takes a look…
Already next fight
As of now, a fourth opponent for Deji has not been confirmed.
The 25-year-old was optimistic about securing a possible rematch with his first-ever opponent Paul ahead of his latest loss.
However, American sensation Paul responded by calling him a “walking pubis” and a “fucking idiot”.
“It’s funny,” Deji later told the Mirror after learning of Paul’s comments. “I didn’t say anything but nice things about him and he called me an idiot.
“So maybe I’m an idiot for saying nice things about him. All the best Jake, I’m proud of you man!
A potential rematch with Wassabi could be considered, but after the latter confirmed he also intends to box again.
Deji next fight: What was said?
After the fight, Deji said in a video on his YouTube channel, “So unfortunately I lost my last boxing fight.
“And I said if I lost I would never fight again, and I was serious about it.
“The thing is, I love boxing. Boxing isn’t just a sport, it’s actually a way of life, it matured me a lot.
Deji continued: “I am now 0-3.
“Yeah, I only got hit seven times, yeah I slipped all those punches, but I didn’t throw.
“I watched the fight and, yeah, I looked sick. You can’t even say, “That’s a terrible effort.
“I know I looked really, really cool, but the real question is what’s next… Yeah, I failed, three times, but I’m not stopping, I’m coming back.
“I will continue boxing and I will achieve a victory.
“If I had (trainer) Daley (Perales) any longer you know I would be a freak, so that being said, yes I’m going to continue boxing, I’m not going to give up.
“I want to be an example for people.
“Yeah, okay, I lost, but I’ll bounce back, simple as that.
“I’m going to show you that no matter how many times you get beaten, you can always get up and win.
“Take me as an example. I’ll get you a win, I promise.
“All these people supporting me, I’m going to make you win.”
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