Why Do Austin And Bryce Have Beef

The boxing match that sparked a thousand memes! Internet stars Bryce Hall and Austin McBroom’s longtime feud came to a head in June 2021 when they finally stepped into the ring and sorted out their issues. However, the drama between them lasted longer than just a few rounds.

Hall is a TikTok superstar who rose to fame after gaining a massive following on Musical.ly — which has since become TikTok — Vine and YouNow. While he’s had a few controversies in the past, the internet personality is also known for founding the now-defunct Sway House, which included fellow social media influencers, including Noah Beck, Josh Richards and Blake Gray.

Prior to flaunting his single status, Hall also made headlines for his on-again, off-again romance with Addison Rae. After taking things public in late 2020, the former flames officially announced their split in March 2021.

In another corner of the internet, McBroom grew his online following with more family-friendly content. The former NCAA basketball player is the mastermind behind The ACE Family — a YouTube channel he runs with his wife, Catherine Paiz. The couple vlogs their daily lives with their three children — Elle, Steel and Alaïa.

While the family has gained plenty of views, it hasn’t stopped them from developing some well-documented financial troubles. Insider reported in October 2021 that they were forced to give up ownership of their $10 million Los Angeles mansion.

It’s safe to say that both Hall and McBroom have faced their fair share of drama in the public eye, but nothing beats what went down between them. Brothers Jake Paul and Logan Paul might’ve started the influencer-to-boxer pipeline, but it didn’t take long for Hall and McBroom to follow suit. Their fight marked the beginning of these foes’ boxing careers … and it was a long time coming.

So, what went down? The internet stars had a few public interactions before Hall agreed to a boxing match against McBroom. Then, the Social Gloves: Battle of the Platforms event was announced. Other than the main event, it included matchups between other social media stars, including AnEsonGib and Tayler Holder, Vinnie Hacker and Deji and DDG and Nate Wyatt. There were also live performances by Lil Baby, Migos and DJ Khaled.

Feuds and rivalries are popping up all the time in the TikTok and YouTube communities, it’s no surprise if Hall and McBroom have let bygones be bygones, or if they’d be ready for round two sometime soon.

Austin McBroom challenged Bryce Hall to a fight

The drama between Austin and Bryce dates back to late 2020 when Austin repeatedly challenged Bryce to a fight.

He actually initially asked Jake Paul to fight, but he declined. So, he decided to ask Bryce whilst he was at it.

At the time, Bryce also declined the deal. But, in February 2021, he told paparazzi that he would fight if he got a $7.5million payout and a $1.5 million knockout bonus.

So, Austin offered him a counter deal. This content could not be loaded

Bryce posts screenshots of a text conversation on Twitter

On March 10th, Bryce posted screenshots of a text conversation he’d had with Austin on Twitter.

In the texts, Austin challenged Bryce to a fight again, and Bryce tweeted: “All this because I won’t accept his little fight and now he’s crying because he can’t pay his cleaning lady.”

Austin responded to the screenshots by writing: “But you keep running…you’re all Twitter fingers, you wanna fight randoms out in public but too scared to fight me for millions.”

“You know my terms… this isn’t 2016 anymore bud, I’m not fighting for the same amount as you,” Bryce said, referring to his $7.5million pay out and a $1.5 million knockout bonus offer.

“Perfect!!! I’ll take less and give you an extra million dollars if you win…fair enough lil boy???” Austin replied. This content could not be loaded

Days after he posted the screenshots, Bryce uploaded a photo of a fight offer contract to Instagram.

On the paper, it said “McBroom (Opponent)” and a $5 million figure.

Bryce captioned the photo: “Now we’re talking… @austinmcbroom you FINALLY got my attention.”

He then posted an Instagram Story of himself in the gym with the caption “first day of training”, confirming that he had accepted Austin’s $5 million offer.

Then, on March 18th, Austin posted the first official YouTube vs TikTok boxing poster.

Austin McBroom and Bryce Hall appear to be following in the footsteps of the Paul brothers as they look set to fight each other in a boxing match. The YouTuber and TikTok star have finally decided to put on their boxing gloves after going back and forth at each other on several occasions.

According to recent reports, Austin McBroom and Bryce Hall were scheduled to headline the YouTubers vs TikTokers card on June 12. The two were recently involved in a brawl at the Fred Segal store in West Hollywood while they were promoting their upcoming fight.


Was the Austin and Bryce fight staged?

How did the feud between Austin McBroom and Bryce Hall start? Austin McBroom was the first to challenge Bryce Hall over social media for a fight in December 2020. In a now deleted Instagram post where he tagged Hall, the ACE family head wrote: “I heard all your excuses, you ain’t built for this.

What was the bet between Bryce and Austin?

None of this s*** was staged”: Austin McBroom reacts to violent beef with Bryce Hall as fans dub it as “fake” The countdown to TikTok star Bryce Hall and YouTube creator Austin McBroom’s fight night began with the two exchanging blows during their press conference, earlier on May 18, 2021.

Who is Bryce Hall beefing with?

McBroom and Hall fought as the main event of a unique event that featured all YouTubers vs. TikTokers. The two engaged in serious verbal battles over the past two months and even had a one million dollar bet in place for the knockout.

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