TikTok celebrities Bryce Hall, Taylor Holder, and Nate Wyatt are facing a lawsuit filed by a boxing coach alleging fraud. The coach, who previously trained Ryan Garcia, a former WBC interim Lightweight Champion’s son, claims they failed to pay him for his services in preparing them for a pay-per-view amateur boxing event, “Social Gloves: Battle of the Platforms.” According to a Yahoo News report,
Bryce Hall & Taylor Holder Lawsuit
Bryce Hall, with nearly 24 million TikTok followers, reportedly received $5 million for his participation, while Holder and Wyatt were paid $2 million and $500,000, respectively. The coach alleges that despite an agreement for a 10% share of Hall’s earnings from the event, they failed to compensate him for his extensive training efforts, which included early morning and late night sessions.
Additionally, this is not the first legal trouble for Hall. In 2021, he was sued by Hernan Fernando, a restaurant owner, who accused Hall of a severe attack outside his Los Angeles restaurant.
The altercation reportedly included racial and emotional components, with Fernando seeking over $700,000 in damages, including for pain and suffering, emotional distress, and punitive damages.