Although boxing hasn’t changed in the past 50 years, Fight Club has. Snoop Dog, founder of Fight Club, and Ryan Kavanaugh, founder of Triller, are surely seeing changes in not only advertising but in their apps as well. Successful changes are coming about with more vivid interactive pop-ups and music videos so users can even text with a live boxer using the app that’s downloaded on their phones.
Ryan Kavanaugh’s Triller app draws users from all over the world. They make music videos and lip-synchronized videos. Triller offers a choice of background music to users and edits their video using their editing tools so their videos take on a more professional shine. There have been over 250 million downloads of the Triller app. Users also enjoy listening to professional recording artists such as Alicia Keys, Kevin Hart, Marshmello, Chance the Rapper, Cardi Eminem, Justin Bieber, and Post Malone.
Streaming boxing events using Triller Fight Club has broken ground with a totally different look, even though traditional boxing events remain the same. Viewers are enjoying a much more “movie-like” experience, as if the event were right there on the big screen, only they’re not at the movie theater at all.
Atlanta’s Triller Fight Club’s spectacular event last Spring brought in over a million fans. Justin Bieber, Snoop Dog, and Ice Cube were only a few of the artists that viewers enjoyed.
Ryan Kavanaugh continues to press on. He relates his success to his dad, Dr. Jack Kavanaugh, who has a prominent career as CEO of Nanotech Energy. He’s a born fighter much like his grandmother and grandfather, who survived the Holocaust. Ryan Kavanaugh says that many times he has heard people say, “it wouldn’t work,” but he’s a fighter who isn’t willing to give up.
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