Logan Paul reacts to Dillon Danis’ ‘Ultimate’ photo of Fiancee Nina Agdal

In the countdown to the much-anticipated boxing clash between Logan Paul and Dillon Danis, excitement and tension are reaching its peak. This electrifying clash is set to unfold on October 14th, taking center stage as the co-main event of the sensational Misfits X DAZN: The Prime Card. The event will be hosted in the vibrant city of Manchester, England.

A rather controversial subplot has emerged in the lead-up to this epic bout, revolving around Dillon Danis’ approach. Rather than sticking to traditional banter before bout, Danis has opted for a notorious strategy involving defamatory tactics aimed directly at Logan Paul’s fiancée, Nina Agdal.

These derogatory comments fixate on Agdal’s past romantic involvements. It has not only caught the attention of Paul himself but has also sparked reactions among a multitude of fervent combat sports enthusiasts.

Additionally, Dillon Danis has asserted that he possesses a photograph of Agdal that holds the potential to mar her reputation. Logan Paul talked about his decision to confront Danis’ threats head-on during a recent episode of the FLAGRANT podcast.

Paul stated candidly: “We sat down at a table [ahead of the kickoff press conference], me and Dillon, for thirty minutes, no third party conversation happening… And in it, he was asked about that photo. And I was like, ‘Bro, you know what I think? You’re a f**king liar.”

He added: “Dillon is a liar. He lies about everything. He’s a troll, you try to say sh*t to trigger people. You say you have this photo, why don’t you post it? I called his bluff.”

Dillon Danis’ disrespectful comments aimed at Nina Agdal have ignited a firestorm across social media platforms. However, Paul is resolute in his disapproval of dragging a woman into their longstanding rivalry, publicly condemning Danis’ reprehensible conduct.

In response, Paul shares his thoughts: “Poor, innocent, bystander, third-party, female, who has nothing to do with this fight other than being my fiancee… [But] I told her, ‘Nina, you’re handling this sh*t like a warrior and I will compensate you accordingly.’ She has never experienced like hatred in her life [and] all of sudden she does because of me. This is my fault, I feel so bad. But she is so strong.”