Welterweight fighter Dillon Danis, who recently improved his reputation by getting bullied kids into martial arts classes, is once again embroiled in drama outside the care. Danis has reportedly been banned from attending tonight’s KSI vs Logan Paul 2 at the Staples Center.
Sources tell me Dillon Danis was supposed to be at the KSI vs Logan Paul fight but is being banned from the arena labeled as a “high risk”. @dillondanis
— Helen Yee (@HelenYeeSports) November 8, 2019
As reported by TMZ Sports, Jake Paul, Logan’s younger brother, has been in the business of taunting Danis, including bragging about having “hooked up” with Danis’s girlfriend. For his part, Danis has said he’d gladly fight Paul, a fight Coach Kavanagh said would be “embarrassing” for Paul.
Danis had planned on attending the fight with Bellator boss Scott Coker, which presumably would keep Danis on a tight leash. Eddie Hearn, managing director of Matchroom Sport, the company promoting the fight, isn’t taking any chances. At UFC 229, Danis was at the center of the now infamous brawl. Hearn refused to engage with Danis when asked by the fighter why he was being banned.
The fight will be live streamed by DAZN. Here is all the information you need to watch the fight for the YouTube Boxing Championship Belt.
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