The first rule of Triller Fight Club is to book as many stars as you possibly can for your 2021 Fight Club event.
Triller Fight Club is a partnership between Snoop Dogg and the social media platform Triller. The four-hour Pay Per View show on April 17 will include performances by Doja Cat, Justin Bieber and two of the artists with whom he’s collaborated in the past: Diplo and Major Lazer.
Other acts on the bill are Saweetie, rockers The Black Keys, and a new supergroup called Mt. Westmore, comprised of Snoop and three other legendary rappers: Ice Cube, Too $hort and E-40.
The event’s director, Bert Marcus, says in a statement, “This event will be unlike anything anyone has seen: Think Stranger Things meets Tarantino.”
Producer Ryan Kavanaugh adds, “The Fight Club event is going shock and awe people. An all-star artist line-up with a boxing card that mixes pop culture phenoms, legends and rising stars; we are giving the world something that has never been seen or done before.”
The headline event at the event, which takes place at Mercedez-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, will pit Jake Paul against Ben Akren. There are a few other matches on the card as well.
The price for the event, which will be available on demand via all satellite and cable TV providers, is $49.95. You can buy tickets now at TrillerFightClub.com and also watch it there, as well as on FITE.TV and its associated apps.
By Andrea Dresdale
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