Plus, Ninja’s wife, Jessica Blevins, had seemingly confirmed the timing of the hacking, when she wrote on the same day, “So obviously, Tyler’s Twitter got hacked” (Tyler Blevins is Ninja’s real name).
But, regardless of whether or not Ninja himself tweeted about a fight, Tfue was still more than interested in fighting his online adversary.
Tfue announced the fight (and his side of the story) in a video he posted on his YouTube channel on Feb. 23, entitled “Ninja Challenges Me to a Boxing Match.”
“I woke up this morning to a whole bunch of heat on Twitter,” Tfue said. “I guess, supposedly, Ninja challenged me to a fight. I think he did get hacked, but regardless of that, this is something that I need to get off of my chest for a while now.”