Logan Paul Explains Why He’s Disappointed In Conor McGregor, Bumps Up Bet To $2 Million

Paul is upping the ante for a bet with McGregor.

Logan Paul Conor Mcgregor
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Social media and WWE star Logan Paul has taken aim at Conor McGregor for being “disappointing.”

Paul is scheduled to fight McGregor’s training partner Dillon Danis in a boxing match on October 14. McGregor publicly criticized the clause Paul put in the contract that states if Danis pulls out of the fight without a legit reason, then he will have to pay $100,000. McGregor shared his belief that Paul is the one who is more likely to pull out before fight night.

Conor McGregor Disappoints Logan Paul

During an appearance on “FLAGRANT,” Logan Paul discussed how Conor McGregor ended up not being the type of person he thought he was.

“This motherf*cker disappoints me,” Paul said. “I grew up really liking Conor McGregor. He’s so entertaining, he’s so good. When he fought Floyd, come on, that was like the most exciting sports event ever. I was pumped for it, and now that we’re kind of in some weird roundabout way, crossing paths and he’s training Dillon and Dillon’s the guy I’m fighting and I have an opportunity to open a dialog with him, he’s kind of just disappointed me as a superstar. Just ’cause his drug problems, the way he doesn’t commit to everything, the way doesn’t back up anything he says, the way he’s all bark no bite.”

Increasing Bet Offer

When Paul caught wind of McGregor’s comments about the boxing match with Danis, a bet offer was made. Paul bet McGregor $1 million that he will defeat Danis. Since McGregor hasn’t responded to the bet, Paul is now raising the stakes.

“I’ll tell you what Mr. Moneybags, how about we double it,” Paul said. “Two million. $2 million says I beat your boy Dillon Danis. I know you’re gonna see this, I know you’re gonna see this clip.”

Published on August 28, 2023 at 3:30 pm
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