Michael Le, a TikToker from West Palm Beach, to participate in fight card of dueling social media platforms

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In a social media smackdown between YouTubers and TikTokers, Michael Le of West Palm Beach looks to represent Team TikTok and South Florida.

“Social Gloves: Battle of the Platforms” is set to take place Saturday at Hard Rock Stadium.

Le, 21, will take on YouTuber Jarvis Khattri, who is better known as FaZe Jarvis, on one of the undercard bouts.

In a weigh-in on Friday, Le weighed in at 145.6 pounds, while Khattri weighed in at 151.2 pounds.

Le is one of the most popular creators on the TikTok platform, with 48.6 million followers. He first joined the app in 2016, when it was called Musical.ly, posting videos of himself dancing. Le later started uploading dancing videos with his younger brother, Jonathan. Over the years, Le has accumulated 1.3 billion views on his TikTok videos.

Since his rise to fame, Le has bought a house in Los Angeles and moved his whole family out of West Palm Beach. Le has collaborated on TikToks with celebrities such as Iggy Azalea and Miramar’s own Jason Derulo.

The event is set to begin 7 p.m., with Austin McBroom and Bryce Hall facing off for the main event. Other matchups include AnEsonGib and Tayler Holder, Deji and Vinnie Hacker, DDG and Nate Wyatt and Tanner Fox and Ryland Storms. The pre-show undercard will feature Landon McBroom and Ben Azelart, along with Ryan Johnston and Cale Saurage. There will also be live performances from DJ Khaled, Lil Baby and Migos.

Fans can watch on Pay-Per-View or purchase tickets to attend the event at Hard Rock Stadium.

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