Logan Paul responded to Dillon Danis’ social media antics.
On October 14, Paul and Danis are scheduled to fight in a six-round exhibition boxing match in the co-main event of “The Prime Card.” Since the matchup was officially announced, Danis has continuously utilized mental warfare by posting pictures of his upcoming opponent’s fiance, Nina Agdal, with ex-boyfriends and other guys.
Earlier this week, a press conference was held for the October 14 event. During an individual interview with Misfits Boxing, Paul had this to say when asked if Danis has taken things too far on social media:
“I think he has gone too far. It’s not affected me, no. When I entered this fight, I knew Dillon was a scumbag. I didn’t think he’d take it as far as he did, but, you know, actions have consequences. I think he’s gonna get what’s coming to him.”
Paul continued by saying:
“I think people online are speaking for me. Me and my girl don’t have to defend ourselves or try to prove our love for the world. My fiance is a f*cking angel. He’s twisted a narrative of her relationship with long-term boyfriends getting paparazzi over her adult life. He’s good, he’s a good Twitter troll, but, again, he’s gonna pay for it on October 14th.”
Logan Paul calls out Conor McGregor for a boxing match after he takes out Dillon Danis
Conor McGregor is playing a factor in the boxing match between Logan Paul and Dillon Danis. McGregor is a longtime training partner of Danis and plans to help him prepare for Paul. Due to the affiliation, Paul seems to be angling for a future fight against ‘The Notorious.’
During the same interview with Misfits Boxing, Paul had this to say about McGregor:
“I’d like to see him attempt to slap the nose off my face. Conor McGregor is an average MMA fighter and a horrible boxer. I’m gonna beat the sh*t out of his b*tch Dillon and then I’m gonna beat the sh*t out of him.”
Earlier this month, Logan Paul tested Conor McGregor’s confidence in Dillon Danis winning by offering a $1 million bet. McGregor never responded, leading to Paul saying the following:
“He ghosted me. He won’t even bet a million on his fighter, that’s chump change for a guy like Conor. He won’t even bet a million dollars on Dillon. He had nothing to say when I called him out on Twitter. So, you think he’s gonna step in there himself? I don’t know. It feels unlikely.”
Logan Paul has only fought in three boxing matches, with two being exhibition bouts. With that said, Dillon Danis has never competed in boxing, and his last MMA fight was in June 2019. As a result, Paul is a massive betting favorite, but anything can happen on October 14.