It's not uncommon to see the Staples Center attract some of the world’s wealthiest people.
The iconic arena – home to both the Los Angeles Lakers and LA Clippers – often sees California’s elite occupy courtside seats, which can go as much for $6,750 a game, with the likes of Jack Nicholson and Denzel Washington sat inches away from the action.
This Saturday night, two of YouTube's wealthiest stars take to the ring inside the world famous venue where ‘the biggest event in internet history’ will take place. Great Britain’s KSI will go toe-to-toe with America's Logan Paul in a huge money-spinning rematch.
YouTube mega-stars KSI (left) and Logan Paul (right) face off ahead of their rematch in LA
While many will be unfamiliar with the pair – especially as sporting athletes – they are mega-stars in their own right.
The eccentric duo have made a name for themselves of social media platforms such as YouTube and the now-defunct video app Vine, before venturing into music, comedy and now sport.
KSI, whose real name is Olajide William Olatunji, and Paul have already raked in a jaw-dropping amount of money from their first fight, which was the biggest white-collar boxing fight in history, with up to 1.2million pay-per-view buys.
They wore headguards in the first fight but will be without them this time after turning pro
Their money-spinning first bout inside the Manchester Arena ended in a majority draw
Their rematch this weekend is expected to exceed the £150m mark with the likes of Eddie Hearn, Sky Sports and DAZN all jumping on the bandwagon for the November 9 spectacle.
Both still in their mid-twenties, KSI and Paul will have been offered a split purse, worth a staggering amount of money but bragging rights is the only thing that matters come Saturday.
‘I’ve got money - I’ve got plenty of money,’ KSI laughed in his recent interview on the .
And he’s right. He does have money. A lot of it.
KSI (left), 26, and Paul (right), 24, have become self-made millionaires over the past decade
Paul, who became famous on the now defunct video app Vine, lives it up on a luxurious yacht
Watford-born KSI is no stranger to living the high life, as he poses in royal garments on a throne
KSI reportedly earns £2.9 million ($4.5m) a year from his work on YouTube, but his pay will fluctuate as he is paid based on his activity, sponsorship and advertising revenue, rather than a salary from the video-hosting website.
Forbes listed KSI at No 5 in their 'World's Highest-Paid YouTube Stars' list in 2015, but has since been overtaken by the Paul brothers, Logan and Jake, since then.
And the British YouTuber isn't shy about flaunting his wealth.
In 2016, the 26-year-old moved into a £4.5m mansion with three of his close friends, who were all part of a group of YouTubers dubbed as 'The Sidemen'.
KSI lived in a luxury £4.5m mansion that he shared with friends, who were named the Sidemen
The multi million-pound mansion