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Ian Kane Jomha[1] ( Washburn;[2][3][4] born: October 1, 1990 (1990-10-01) [age 33]), better known online as iDubbbzTV (or simply iDubbbz), is an American YouTuber, comedian, reviewer, and boxer who is known for his satirical and dark humor, mainly from Content Cop, Bad Unboxing, and Kickstarter Crap videos. He's also known for featuring fellow YouTubers TVFilthyFrank, Maxmoefoe, HowToBasic, and anything4views.


Ian created his first channel on March 26, 2010 and uploaded two videos on it. However, he created another channel on August 12, 2012 which is now his main. His first video on there was uploaded on August 30, 2012, was of him playing the Holiday levels of the game Overgrowth. Like many other YouTubers, he started out gaming. IDubbbz continued to upload gaming videos on his channel until March 18, 2013, when he released his first “Gaming News Crap” video, which was the origin of his Kickstarter Crap series. Although iDubbbz kept making gaming videos, his more popular series, Kickstarter Crap, and Bad Unboxing took a higher priority over these videos.

He has collaborated with multiple large content creators including Jacksfilms, H3h3Productions, Boyinaband, PewDiePie, Vsauce, Ricky Berwick, Philip DeFranco, and Gus Johnson.

Since 2019, Ian has been creating documentaries on popular internet topics. So far, three have been produced, titled Full Force, Ice Cream Man, and Getting Away With It, focusing on Airsoftfatty, Daxflame, and Sam Hyde, respectively. In late 2020, Ian began streaming on Twitch and started the channel idubbbzStream, where videos of his stream highlights will be posted.

Content Cop[]

Main article: Content Cop

Arguably, iDubbbz's most successful series, Content Cop is aimed toward creators of various topics in which their content is highly questionable or poorly executed. The series had brought in over 250 million views combined for him.

Content Cop episodes begin with a sketch of iDubbbz wearing a cop costume as he pursues a suspect while the song Otis McMusic by Otis McDonald plays, eventually breaking down into a scuffle between the two. Then, the video cuts to iDubbbz sitting down in his studio before he begins talking about the channel or channels in question, with no mention being made of the opening fight - even if the sketch ends with the Content Cop apparently being killed or, in one case, the suspect stealing his uniform and running away.

While there are a lot of requests in the comments section for Content Cop videos for him to feature certain YouTubers, iDubbbz generally ignores these requests. As of May 18, 2023, iDubbbz has unlisted all of his Content Cop videos due to wanting to move on from his past.

This is a list of Content Cop episodes:

  1. Busting JINX RELOAD
  2. Amateur Food Reviewers
  3. Toy Review Channels: Giant Surprise Egg
  4. Fine Bros & the Revenue Machine
  5. Keemstar
  6. Toy Review #2 (Giant Gummy Bottle)
  7. HowtoPRANKitup
  8. LeafyIsHere (deleted for violating YouTube's Terms of Service)
  9. Tech Destruction Channels
  10. Tana Mongeau
  11. RiceGum (deleted due to a copyright claim by Hazoe 1Time)

Content Cop diss track[]

On October 3, 2017, iDubbbzTV made a diss track titled "Asian Jake Paul" about the YouTuber RiceGum.[5] In the diss track, he featured Boyinaband, he was also helped by Anisaj, H3h3Productions, Jacksfilms, Internet Comment Etiquette with Erik, Ali the Cabbage, PewDiePie, Sive, and HowToBasic.

Boxing career[]

Professional career[]

IDubbbz vs. Alex Wassabi[]

IDubbbz vs Wassabi

IDubbbz vs. Alex Wassabi at the Amalie Arena

iDubbbz has confirmed a follow-up event to Creator Clash.[6] On January 24, 2023, iDubbbz announced that he will face American YouTuber Alex Wassabi in the main event of Creator Clash 2: Influencers Will Pay on April 15, 2023 at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.[7] On the night of the event, Wassabi defeated IDubbbz via majority decision with the judges scoring it 38-38, 39-37 and 39-37 all in Wassabi favour. In his post-fight interview, Wassabi insisting that iDubbbz take on one last fight after losing his two efforts thus far.[8]

Exhibition bout[]

IDubbbz vs. Doctor Mike[]

IDubbbz vs Doctor Mike

IDubbbz vs. Doctor Mike at the Yuengling Center

In 2018, IDubbbzTV called out RiceGum in a video entitled Content Cop - Jake Paul. RiceGum would respond by challenge IDubbbz to a boxing match.[9][10] In a video uploaded in October 2021 by IDubbbz, it was revealed that RiceGum had backed out of his desire to fight him and he was actively searching for new creators to join his planned event.[11] This would later evolve into the Creator Clash event.

In May 2022, IDubbbz made his amateur boxing debut against Russian-American YouTuber Doctor Mike as the headline fight in the Creator Clash boxing event. IDubbbz was defeated by Doctor Mike via an unanimous decision.[12]

Personal life[]

Ian has relatively short brown hair and wears glasses. He is 6'2" tall.

Ian is married to Anisa Jomha, with whom he lives with.[13]

There has been an ongoing dispute about Ian's last name, with some saying his last name is Kovic and others saying it is Carter. In a now-deleted Let's Play video of Overgrowth on his main channel, Ian's brother, Kevin, can be heard in the background calling him Kovic. Some believe he uses Carter as an alias for privacy reasons, although when appearing on Philip DeFranco's channel in the video "YouTuber iDubbbzTV Drunkenly Kills, Marries, and F*CKS!", he is credited as Ian Carter.

Ian has stated on Twitter that he's of English, Polish, German, Czech, Spanish, Native American and Italian descent.[citation needed]Anisa has stated that Ian told her that he is mostly of British descent.[14]

He attended Kaplan University and made a comedic tweet about it in 2012.[15]

Ian's father is apparently a plumber, as stated by Max from one of his Los Angeles vlogs.[citation needed]

Other channels[]


Anisa Jomha's OnlyFans[]

In March 2020, Ian's girlfriend Anisa Jomha opened an account on the site OnlyFans, a paid service to view uncensored images and 18+ content posted from its creators and have it monetized. This resulted in significant attacks on Ian's minute response and silence over his girlfriend opening this account with many calling Ian a "simp" or in some cases a "Content Cuck" due to Ian's silence on this matter. Anisa was already not well liked by iDubbbz's fans due to her controversial actions in the past. Many also condemned Ian for being a hypocrite due to Ian criticizing "booby" streamers and female streamers/content creators who used their body for likes/views on YouTube and Twitch yet Ian not applying the double standard to his girlfriend's behavior online.[16][17]

Ian’s response[]

On March 28, 2020, Ian posted a response video to the drama with him and his girlfriend’s OnlyFans.[18] He starts out saying that there are a group of people that make memes out of the drama for fun and laughs and then there are a group of people that take the drama to another level, insulting him and harassing him due to his girlfriend’s decision of opening an OnlyFans account. Ian then talks about how his fans suddenly turn against him because of the drama and tells them that he is not their dad and if they don’t look up to him anymore, he thinks that’s fine. Ian then goes on to show some examples of fans that turn against him.

After, Ian then goes on to address people calling him a hypocrite and tells them that his opinions have been consistent throughout his YouTube career, even showing clips of him talking about sex work. Ian then goes on to say that he thinks his response video is the “most intelligent thing [he’s] ever done” because of him showing “this side of him.” And to conclude, Ian addresses a person that criticize him about the OnlyFans drama through a video.[19]

YouTubers respond[]

Soon after Ian’s response video came out, YouTubers such as PewDiePie, penguinz0, DramaAlert and SomeOrdinaryGamers respond to the OnlyFans drama and the response video Ian made. Some of these YouTubers call Ian’s arguments weak and that his arguments are usually really well thought out and that many people can get behind it. In Penguinz0’s response, he says that he doesn’t get why the drama is a thing and thinks that his audience is overreacting to the OnlyFans drama. In the comments of Penguinz’s video, many people say that his argument to the drama was better than Ian’s argument. This is the case for other YouTubers who say the drama was unnecessary.[20][21]


Tyler's video about Anisa

On 24 January, 2023, Ian scheduled Tyler "FroggyFresh" Cassidy to fight Chris Ray Gun on Creator Clash 2.[22] On March 23, Fresh claimed that he would subscribe to Anisa Jomha's OnlyFans if he lost.[23]

On 26 March, Ian announced through the Creator Clash Twitter page that Fresh will no longer be fighting due to "recent behavior".[24] Public perception was that it was due to the joke about Anisa, or his friendship with Sam Hyde. Many creators including Keemstar, JiDion and Penguinz0 showing their support to Tyler.[25][26][27] KSI's manager Mams Taylor, offered Tyler a deal to box on Misfits Boxing instead.[28][29]

On March 29, Creator Clash tweeted "unfortunately, there were several violations made by Froggy Fresh during his tenure with Creator Clash this year." and claimed that they attempted to address the problems personally with Froggy Fresh, but were unsuccessful, resulting in them dropping him from the event.[30]

Tyler responded by asking "Who tried to reach out to me several times and what are the several violations?", implying that he had no idea of what he did to get banned. In his account of the events, he claimed that Ian had asked him to stop making content with Sam Hyde, which he complied with. In another tweet, he said "I got one email minutes before Creator Clash went publuich about my termination. Justin Tracey called me while I was in Providence working with Sam. I asked that he could text or email me as I was busy training with Sam. He never texted or emailed."[31][32][33]

On May 5, Ian uploadeded a video admitting that Tyler's friendship with Sam Hyde was the reason he was blacklisted from Creator Clash. This was critisized by many as Ian himself had a history of making edgy jokes, including saying racial/homophobic slurs such as "n*ggerf&gg*t". Others also thought the joke wasn't offensive since several men were subscribed to her OnlyFans anyway.[34]

Ian also attempted to sue Tyler for speaking out against his banning.[35] SomeOrdinaryGamers offered to pay for Tyler's legal fees, stating "Threatening litigation like this kinda worries me, but I hate it when smaller creators have to face any legal crap, it ruins lives. I’m down to cover it all, no need for GoFundMe’s. I just want this to be resolved, I want a successful event at the end of the day."[36][37]

Content Cop apology[]

On May 18, 2023, Ian posted a video titled "I miss the old idubbbz" in which he goes over his feelings about himself and his old videos. He says he feels that he created a hurtful series and toxic fanbase, mainly the Content Cop series or other videos which he claims were too hurtful or had no evidence. Ian says he blames himself for encouraging harassment and hate amongst his fans, while also saying he created these videos due to his own insecurities and issues, such as an example he gave where a fan mistook him for being transphobic. While he didn't take his edgy humor serious due to his good intentions and taking no responsibility for his audiences' actions, he realizes that he was still being bigoted and cringy, such as his notorious meetup with Tana Mongeau. Ian says he'll still remember the Content Cop videos due to profiting from them and their popularity, but he's still hoping to move on from those videos and learn more about empathy.

Ian unlisted all of the Content Cop videos to not attract attention, though he's not forcing people to not like the videos. He also donated to two charities, the 'National Alliance of Mental Health' and 'Trans Women of Color Collective' by using the revenue that would be made in the apology video. He then apologized to Tana Mongeau and any minority groups that watch his videos and also refutes his statement "It's either all okay or none of it is okay".[38]

While some people praised the video and congratulated Ian, others had criticized the video for his apology and his unlisting of the Content Cop videos. YouTubers such as h3h3productions and D'Angelo Wallace would compliment Ian for owning up for his offensive humor and moving on, but others such as Keemstar and Cr1tikal would criticize him since he has nothing to apologize for and that his intentions were good.[39] Tana would respond to the apology by wanting Ian to come onto her podcast "CANCELLED", to explain her thoughts to him.[40] The video currently has 146,000 likes to 83,000 dislikes.


On November 23, 2017, a hacker known as "Lizard Squad" hacked onto YouTube and terminated the iDubbbz channel, as well as multiple other big channels including DramaAlert, Papa Jake, Styxhexenhammer666, Team Coco (Conan O'Brien), and Repzion. People thought this was the end of YouTube until YouTube itself got all forcefully terminated channels back up in less than 24 hours.


  • "I have crippling depression!"
  • "I have osteoporisis!"
  • "*jumps from table* I'M GAY!"[41]
  • "Hey, that's pretty good!"
  • "What a day. WHAT A LOVELY DAY!"
  • "I want to die."
  • "Ooh, fiesty little thang!"
  • "Say n*gger."
  • "I don't know what this is, but it's kind of hot."
  • "*burps* Rape is good."

Subscriber milestones[]

Note: The following dates are according to Social Blade. Dates may vary by one or two days due to differences in time zones.

  • 1 million subscribers: May 23, 2016
  • 2 million subscribers: September 14, 2016
  • 3 million subscribers: December 20, 2016
  • 4 million subscribers: March 9, 2017
  • 5 million subscribers: October 3, 2017
  • 6 million subscribers: December 19, 2017
  • 7 million subscribers: August 13, 2018


  • The three b's in the username 'iDubbbz' stand for: beer, bikes, and booty or alternatively Big Booty B*tches as explained by Ian in one of his Indiegogo Excrement videos.
  • Ian has been featured in multiple Jacksfilms videos, including "TubeNews" and "We're all just assholes talking to a camera".
  • His second channel, iDubbbzTV2, released a diss track on RiceGum, which subsequently reached 1,000,000 likes on October 11, 2017, bringing the channel's views up to 100 million views the same day.
  • Ian was said to have a crush on IISuperwomanII as revealed by maxmoefoe, Filthy Frank and Anything4views during a stream.[citation needed]
  • Ian has a medical condition known as “Irritable bowel syndrome” that causes him to lose control of his bowels.
  • Ian wants to fight Ian Hecox of Smosh for the fight to the right of the name Ian.
  • Ian has stated his favorite video game is Daxter for the PlayStation Portable, a video game spin off of the Jak and Daxter series.



  1. Certified Marriage Certificate – Clark County Clerk's Office
  2. [1]
  3. [2]
  6. Creator Clash 2 is officially happening after hugely successful boxing event
  7. iDubbbz vs. Alex Wassabi Tops Creator Clash 2, April 15 At Amalie Arena In Tampa
  8. Creator Clash 2 results: Who won iDubbbz vs Alex Wassabi boxing fight
  9. RiceGum (INTERVIEW) Challenging iDubbbz to BOX! #DramaAlert
  10. iDubbbz Accuses Ricegum of Hiding from Him after Charity Boxing Match Offer
  11. You're hiding from me...
  12. Doctor Mike wins iDubbbz Creator Clash by unanimous decision: Results, highlights & more
  22. Creator Clash 2 releases stacked 12-bout fight card
  28. Froggy Fresh gets Misfits Boxing offer after Creator Clash 2 removal
  37. Froggy Fresh facing potential lawsuit after speaking out against Creator Clash 2

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