Logan Paul expressed his opinion that Conor McGregor is a horrible boxer and even declared his intention to defeat him. Paul is gearing up to confront Conor McGregor’s close associate, Danis Dillion, in a match scheduled for October 14th. The drama surrounding this fight extended beyond the boxing ring, and the YouTuber and WWE superstar boldly made provocative statements.
Logan Paul Attacked Conor McGregor
In a recent interview, Paul stated that Conor McGregor was merely an average MMA fighter and a woeful boxer. He continued to say that he planned to overpower Dillion, his companion, and subsequently take on McGregor himself. However, he thinks Conor has been avoiding him, ignoring his challenge on Twitter, and refusing to place a bet of $1 million on his fighter, which he supposed was a meager sum for someone of McGregor’s stature. According to Logan, it appeared highly improbable that Conor would step into the ring himself.
This controversy followed a series of online confrontations initiated by Dillion, a mixed martial artist, who targeted Paul and his fiancée, model Nina Agdal. Dillion shared photos of Agdal with her previous partners, seemingly attempting to provoke Paul. In a recent tweet, Dillion escalated the situation by referring to the model in a derogatory manner and claimed that he confronted Logan face-to-face but received no response.
Logan Paul to Fight Danis Dillon
Corinna Kopf called out Dillion for his misogynistic behavior and received support from others, highlighting his inappropriate conduct towards women.
Despite these provocations from the associate of Conor McGregor, Logan Paul appeared mostly unaffected, stating that he was well aware of Dillion’s unsavory reputation before agreeing to the fight. He believed that Dillion’s actions would catch up with him and that the online community was effectively speaking on his behalf. So far, Paul and Agdal have decided not to defend their relationship publicly. Paul described Dillion as an adept Twitter provocateur but predicted that he would face consequences for his actions.