Who is boxer Joe Fournier and when is he fighting KSI? | The Sun

JOE Fournier is a multi millionaire who also has an impressive record in professional boxing record.

Fournier is set to fight KSI, which headlines a high profile influencer card. Here's what we know about him.

Who is Joe Fournier?

Joe Fournier is a businessman and professional boxer from London.

He has a net worth of £100million according to Forbes, having made his money in the fitness and nightclub industries.

He is undefeated as a professional boxer, fighting in the light-heavyweight division.

He is set to fight YouTuber KSI, in a bout which will headline a card on DAZN PPV.


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When is he fighting KSI and what has he said?

Fournier will fight YouTube star KSI at Wembley Arena on May 13, 2023.

He believes that his greater experience will prove too much for the popular content creator, comparing their bout to Tommy Fury's fight against YouTuber Jake Paul.

He said: "This is huge, it’s as big as it gets, it’s on DAZN pay-per-view at Wembley, against one of the biggest global superstars, not just in boxing. 

“But I am going to break a lot of little hearts when they see KSI unconscious on the canvas. This is way too soon to fight me, but the deal is done, and just like Jake Paul, he will find out that when he gets into the ring with a real boxer, it’s a whole different ball game. He is in for a rude awakening.”

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What is Joe Fournier's boxing record?

Joe Fournier has had 10 professional fights, winning nine of them by knockout, with the other ruled a no contest.

He fought former WBA world heavyweight champion David Haye in an exhibition bout in September 2021, losing by unanimous decision.

The fight came about through a disagreement between the pair, with Fournier telling Haye he thought he could beat him in a fight.

Despite this, they remain good friends.

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