As part of his ongoing trash-talking for the anticipated bout between the two, Dillon Danis has said that Jake Paul is an “informant” on his brother Logan.
The rivalry between Dillon Danis and the Paul brothers has been a social media spectacle for years, with the prospect of a showdown brewing in the background. While speculation abounded about which of the Paul brothers would eventually step into the ring with Danis, it appears that Logan Paul has risen to the occasion.
After years of speculation and numerous rumored bout dates, these long-standing adversaries are set to finally settle their differences in a highly anticipated match scheduled for October 14. The bout is slated to take place as the co-main event alongside KSI’s much-awaited clash with Tommy Fury.
Trash talk has been a defining aspect of the build-up to this showdown, and Dillon Danis has not held back. He constantly brings up Nina Agdal’s prior relationships while throwing personal jabs at Logan’s current fiancée.
Moreover, he has boldly proposed a penalty of $400k in case he backs out of the match, a proposal that Logan’s team eventually negotiated down to $100k.
While legal troubles between the parties have raised concerns about the bout’s status, Dillon Danis remains steadfast in his mission to dominate Logan’s psychologically.
Given the many images of Nina and her former boyfriend, Kick streamer Adin Ross hypothesized that Logan must have an informant in his camp. Dillon then mentioned two identities.
He said: “My informants are Mike Majlak & Jake Paul.”
Naturally, he gave no more details. But Danis said that Logan had tried to block him from Twitter/X for engaging in “targeted harassment” due to the images he continued to post.
During an appearance on the FULL SEND Podcast, Danis suggested that Logan Paul’s training regimen has been disrupted since the release of the photos. Danis believes that he is gaining the upper hand in psychological warfare, as he speculates that Logan has engaged in heated discussions with his fiancée due to the situation.
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