In anticipation of his highly-anticipated face-off against Logan Paul, leaked footage of Dillon Danis’ rigorous training sessions has surfaced online.
Scheduled for October 14 in Manchester, the Danis vs. Paul clash promises to be a blockbuster event. The main-event will be featuring KSI vs. Tommy Fury.
Tensions ran high at the press conference in London last month. Danis wasted no time in taunting his rival, setting the stage for an intense showdown.
The intensity escalated further during a heated face-to-face encounter. Paul took a jab at Danis as he was stuttering during a media obligation, igniting a fresh spark in their rivalry.
With the clock ticking down to the grudge match, social media has been abuzz with glimpses of Danis’ preparation. In a new video, the 30-year-old is shown engaging in a sparring session. He takes some heavy blows but also scores his own blows.
He seems to be working hard in the video in preparation for his first competitive performance since June 2019.
The rivalry between the combatants has reached unprecedented levels, fueled by Danis’ relentless verbal assaults on Paul’s partner Nina Agdal. Former world champion Tony Bellew weighed in on the escalating tension. He condemned Danis’ online attacks on Agbal, deeming it a “step too far.”
In a candid interview with Betting Sites, Bellew expressed his firm stance against such behavior. He said: “He’s taken it way too far. I’m not going to lie, if someone insults my wife it’s not going to make it to the boxing ring. It would get dealt with literally immediately.”
“It doesn’t matter how many security guards he has with him either, you can’t have someone insulting your wife or fiancé. It’s a step too far. I don’t know what prompted him to do that, I have no idea.”
It seems like Logan Paul vs Dillon Danis is going to be a heated affair. Combat sports fans are currently waiting to see what happens next.
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