He’ll first take on rapper Swarmz in the opening fight of an event which will also see his brother Deji take on YouTuber Fousey.
Fellow internet star Alex Wassabi was supposed to be KSI’s first opponent of the night, but he has since pulled out due to a concussion.
KSI will then close the event by facing professional boxer Luis Alcaraz Pineda in what is bound to be one of the toughest fights of the YouTuber’s short boxing career.
KSI claims he views these two fights as a “warm-up” as he’s been away from the boxing world for so long.
That said, he still has confidence in himself, with the 29-year-old boldly claiming, “nobody is supposed to care who I fight because I’m going to beat them anyway.”
Here’s everything you need to know about KSI Vs Swarmz and KSI Vs Luis Alcaraz Pineda.
KSI fight TV channel and live stream
Viewers will be able to watch the event live on on DAZN PPV.
For £7.99, fans will be able to watch KSI’s two bouts in addition to all the undercard fights.
DAZN is also available on web browsers at DAZN.com, so fans will be able to stream the event on internet-connected devices.
KSI fight press conference highlights:
Referring to his match-up with Swarmz, KSI stated “I’ll probably get rid of him in one round. I thought it was cute that he made a little diss track, it’s the only good thing he’s done in so many years.”
“You’re gonna swing for me and realise I’m not there and I’m gonna jab the f*ck out of you.”
In response, Swarmz bravely declared “If you knock me out first round, I will delete Instagram – I’m not Alex Wassabi, I’m not Joe Weller, I’m different.”
KSI also slammed Alex Wassabi for “p*ssying out of the event” suggesting “he didn’t want the smoke.”