Ryan Kavanaugh Makes A Comeback Thanks To A Video App And A Former President
Ryan Kavanaugh’s success came to a crashing halt when his movie and TV company failed in 2016. However, he did not remain buried in the ashes for long. On July 31, 2020, Kavanaugh’s luck changed when former President Donald Trump vowed to ban the popular Tik Tok app.
In 2019, Ryan Kavanaugh purchased control of the second-largest digital entertainment platform called Triller. The day after President Trump made his announcement, Triller was the number one app in over 50 countries. Though TikTok did survive the storm, Triller’s new success could not be undone. People who were looking for a new partner were flocking to Triller. Artists, including Snoop Dog, Lil Wayne and the Weeknd, have raised over $14 million for the app. Ryan Kavanaugh did not stop there.
Kavanaugh wants to change the boxing industry by bringing a little bit of Hollywood to the ring. Through Triller’s Fight Club, watchers can view the match, as well as any other content or music from guest artists. Some guest artists have included Justin Bieber, Ice Cube with Snoop Dogg and the Black Keys. Fight Club plans to promote several boxing events that will be made just like movies.
Ryan Kavanaugh has taken time to reflect on his past. He has endured so much, including health issues, a divorce and several unsuccessful businesses. He feels that he has been redeemed. He is enjoying his place in life. He has learned a valuable lesson about what is truly important in life.
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