Ryan Kavanaugh co-owns the media industry called Triller Net. Recently it has changed combat sports with the help of Triller Fight Club, which has combined both MMA and music, thus leading to the development of boxing. It has held blissful events featuring artists like Wiz Khalifa and boxing icons like Mike Tyson, making venues to be sold out and incredible views online, earning millions. Rap battles are also conducted to promote Triller.
Triller Net has joined the NFT market, for it is thriving. The Triller Net NFTs comprised of images and videos from when Triller Fight Club was formed. Its increasing NFT compilation symbolizes the company’s dedication to the technology cutting –edge.
Ryan Kavanaugh sees NFTs as being a good step in the entertainment industry. For a long time, his mindset has mainly been to Hollywood. Being the producer to use Moneyball in film financing initially, he has produced numerous booming films and was an Oscar winner.
Currently, Ryan Kavanaugh is a Principal at a media asset firm -Proxima Media which has the most inventive entrepreneurs in Hollywood. Many films and flourishing television programs have been of form thanks to the production and finance by Proxima. It differs from its adversary, TikTok, by having licensing deals in music with several record labels.
Triller company, to build on its strengths, acquired Verzuz. It sets up battles between well-known rappers like Ludacris and Nelly.
Boxing has for long been conquered by few players and not known to many because it was mainly seen live. The younger generation did not know more of it was not put to video. Kavanaugh Knowing the application of combat and music, saw to it that it was put in a digital form and combined it with music to make it more appealing. Through the memorable matches and events, Thriller Fighting Club has led to the growth of the Triller app meant for sharing videos.