UFC fans roast Dillon Danis for Mike Perry “UFC callout”

In a recent social media post, Dillon Danis expressed his interest in facing Mike Perry at UFC 300. The announcement gained traction as Perry acknowledged Danis’ callout by accepting the fantasy matchup on his Instagram story.

Despite the buzz, Danis’ recent underwhelming boxing performance against Logan Paul in 2023 has diminished his popularity among combat sports enthusiasts. Consequently, the proposed matchup with Perry has left fans less than excited.

Netizens seized the opportunity to voice their opinions on social media, offering a variety of reactions to the potential matchup. Here’s a glimpse of what some had to say:

@CMONEYMAN7117: “This is the only fight that I would actually watch @dillondanis back in the cage or ring. Get to work, keyboard warrior.”

@R0WDYNESS: “Zero chance Dillon ever takes this fight. I don’t even know why he would entertain the idea of fighting Perry.”

@Kuma4King: “Omg yes, please, but Perry wins.”

@justvanillaling: “I’d pay to see those Twitter fingers turn into actual punches, but my money’s on Perry!”

@citybruyne17: “Perry beats Twitter fingers easy.”

@tyoffficial: “Perry by brutal KO.”

@RymoPlayz: “I’m sure Dillon will get confused and try to box instead. I mean, he did think MMA was allowed in a boxing match.”

@Dan58955694: “Perry. [The] other dude couldn’t take down Logan Paul during a boxing fight when he wasn’t even expecting it.”

@Han_Yolo_HNIC: “Danis wouldn’t show up.”

@Jackson40280493: “Dana White is never letting Dillon in the UFC; he makes a problem out of everything.”

Interestingly, Logan Paul had Mike Perry as the official backup for his boxing match against Dillon Danis. This was due to Danis’ tendency to withdraw from matches abruptly.

However, the jiu-jitsu star eventually faced Paul in a perplexing bout. According to Sports Illustrated, Danis threw only 16 punches throughout the entire match and got disqualified for a guillotine choke attempt in the final round.

Commenting on Danis’ lackluster performance, Mike Perry stated in an interview with Boxing Social:

“He should’ve let me fight. He threw like 10 punches the whole fight… At least he went out there, I guess, and he stayed standing.”