Logan Paul’s fiancée Nina Agdal will attend his boxing bout against Dillon Danis despite restraining order

Logan Paul’s fiancée Nina Agdal will grace the ringside to stand in solidarity with Paul as he faces off against Dillon Danis.

Paul and Danis are set to engage in a six-round exhibition boxing match on October 14, as part of the highly anticipated Misfits X DAZN: The Prime Card. The event will be taking place at the AO Arena in Manchester, England.

Since the official confirmation of this clash back in July, Danis has resorted to a provocative strategy. He persistently shared images and videos of Agdal with her ex-partners on social media. Danis even boldly suggested that Nina Agdal should take on the role of ring girl for their bout.

These online antics prompted Agdal to take decisive legal steps, culminating in a filed lawsuit and a secured restraining order against the 30-year-old BJJ grappler.

During a recent appearance on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani, Logan Paul stated that Nina Agdal will be present at the AO Arena on October 14. Paul stressed that the 31-year-old model remains unflinched in the face of Danis’ actions:

“She’ll be there, it’s not a physical restraining order. The response that Nina is exhibiting, and the strength of her character is the reason that I asked her to marry me. This woman is incredible. I love her so much. She is the person who I want to mother my children, and I admire her. She honestly inspires me, and she’s handling all this great.”

Dillon Danis recently divulged the substantial financial weight he’s bearing due to the legal aftermath of his persistent online actions directed at Nina Agdal.

In a recent interview on Adin Ross’ Kick stream alongside Andrew Tate, Danis delved into the significant consequences of his legal skirmish. He also expressed suspicions that Logan Paul might be maneuvering to exploit the situation in an effort to coerce him into withdrawing from the impending match.

Danis stated: “I think he doesn’t wanna fight me. I think he’s just trying to get me to pull out somehow so then he looks like the hero. I don’t know, that’s bullsh*t. This is all going through him. Even if I win the case, I still have to pay over $400,000 in attorney fees, and lawyer fees. So, it’s like, just bullsh*t. When I’m promoting a fight, this is the biggest he’s ever done or event he’s ever done, and I made the whole event.”