Dillon Danis answered YouTuber KSI’s call and challenged the social media star to be a man and face a real fighter.
KSI has been in two boxing matches with friend YouTuber Logan Paul and is scheduled to take on rival Alex Wassabi, another YouTuber, on August 27. In a promotional video, KSI was asked what he wanted to do. who was on his hit list as he named Danis among his future targets.
Bellator MMA fighter was not silent and quickly released a video on social networks in which he challenged KSI to a fight. 28 year old girl says:
“KSI, you called me out, then you backed away. You had a chance to fight me, but you wanted the easier way, walking toothpick [likely referring to Alex Wassabi]. So if you decide to be a man and fight a real boxer, let me know.”
Watch Dillon Danis call KSI:
The American tennis player has not been in a fight since defeating Max Humphrey in June 2019. He has a 2-0 record as a professional MMA athlete. He became the limelight thanks to his association with Conor McGregor.
‘El Jefe’ was originally planned to fight Jake Paul in a boxing match, but the fight didn’t materialize. Dillon seems to be aiming for a showdown with another YouTuber boxer with the promise of a lucrative day’s pay.
Dillon Danis is famous for his antics. Just recently, Dillon announced that he will deliver to KSI worst battle England has suffered since 1776refers to the American Revolutionary War.
Dillon Danis .’s MMA career
Dillon made his Bellator debut in April 2018, where he scored a first-round goal against Kyle Walker.
In his second and most recent ad fight in June 2019, he registered another first-round win over Max Humphrey.
American Nampaw had knee surgery after the match, which has kept him on store shelves ever since.
Watch Danis’ debut against Kyle Walker below:
Danis has been busy on social media during her inactivity, calling out personalities from the world of MMA and other fields. Although none of these matches came to fruition, the Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt has succeeded in attracting public attention and maintaining relevance.
Interestingly, he was the mastermind of the post-fight melee at UFC 229. After Khabib Nurmagomedov submitted Conor McGregor, ‘The Eagle’ jumped over a fence in an attempt to land directly on Dillon Danis, who was McGregor’s jiu-jitsu trainer at the time.