YouTuber Austin McBroom Admits Bryce Hall, Fighters, Haven't Been Paid For Boxing Match

Watch video content at TMZSports.comAustin McBroom has admitted that Bryce Hall wasn't paid for their "YouTubers Vs. TikTokers” fight. But the social media star insists it isn't his fault... because another company is holding the money hostage! You can read the rest of it here!TMZ Sports met McBroom, who KO'd Hall during the 3rd Round of their June 12 fight in L.A.... The man behind the event, Social Gloves made it clear that neither he nor Social Gloves are responsible for the delayed paychecks.Austin stated, "Fighters are not getting paid yet, even myself,"McBroom explained it later like this: "Everyone believes that Social Gloves did everything. Social Gloves partnered live with Live X Live, who streamed the event and collected everyone's money. You are correct? Live X Live is holding onto all funds, which is why fighters haven't received their money yet."Live X Live in L.A. has filed a lawsuit that tells a different story.LXL claims McBroom denied promoting the event... insisting that his popularity would translate into millions purchasing the fight for $49.99Live X Live claims that they sold 136,000 PPVs, which is significantly less than what Austin had expected.Live X Live claims McBroom blasted their company following the event... resulting in a 20% drop in their stock price and "causing nearly $100 million in damages."Money Live X Live is suing.McBroom won't give up without a fight. McBroom also claims he filed a lawsuit against Live X Live (we have not seen it).