Conor McGregor has been making waves on social media recently, and not just for his return to the USADA pool. McGregor’s involvement in a social media scandal involving Dillon Danis and Nina Agdal has ignited a frenzy on various platforms.
Dillon Danis was set to enter the boxing ring against Logan Paul in an eagerly anticipated exhibition match as the main event in the Misfits X DAZN: The Prime Card on October 14. However, the lead-up to this has been anything but ordinary, with Danis causing a storm by sharing personal photos and videos of Paul’s fiancée, Nina Agdal.
This provocative behavior led to legal consequences, as Agdal took legal action and secured a restraining order against Danis.
In a surprising turn of events, Conor McGregor added fuel to the fire. He recently posted a photo on Instagram, showcasing the event poster for the Paul vs. Danis but tagged Agdal instead of Paul.
McGregor’s caption read: “Watch out for the secret move, we gonna blow the socks off this arena, and then I’m going sideways on the lambo at 220.” The post garnered significant attention, with fans reacting in various ways.
McGregor further stirred the pot by posting, “Logan, me and her, what’s up.” This post has since been deleted, but it did not go unnoticed.
Fans had a lot to say about McGregor’s actions. Some speculated about the outcome of the fight, while others made jokes and humorous comments.
In an interview with All Out Fighting, Conor McGregor shared his thoughts on Nina Agdal’s legal action against Dillon Danis. McGregor seemed unfazed by the situation, stating, “It’s messy, all that. I don’t care about it… It’s an interesting build-up, and it’s exciting. Fair play to both of them.”
McGregor also expressed his confidence in Danis’ boxing skills, saying, “I think Dillon’s gonna win the boxing match. You know he had the baby, we didn’t get to train together, so I don’t know the ins and outs, but I know he’s doing well. He’s still training, and he’s gonna go for it.”
Sadly Danis ended up losing via DQ after causing a scene while he was down on the judges cards.