Logan Paul wants to ‘slaughter’ Dillon Danis: “I’ll let Nina handle him in court”


Logan Paul wants to ‘slaughter’ Dillon Danis: “I’ll let Nina handle him in court”
Logan Paul wants to ‘slaughter’ Dillon Danis: “I’ll let Nina handle him in court” © Alex Bierens de Haan/Getty Images

The Twitter war between Logan Paul and Dillon Danis keeps escalating day after day as Dillon refrains from breaking his consistent attack on Logan’s Fiancé, Nina Agdal. Countless posts have been uploaded on Twitter, due to which Logan Paul and Nina Agdal have filed a lawsuit against Dillon.

The legal blows have hit Dillon, and he claims that it’s not allowing him to train properly for the fight ahead.

There are chances for Dillon Danis to pull out of this event; if he does, he will be liable to pay $100,000 to Logan Paul.

If that actually happens, Logan will then face the backup fighter Mike Perry. Fans are really looking forward to this match; hopefully, all goes well, and Danis shows up – if he ends up beating Logan, it will undeniably turn out to be one of the biggest upsets in the history of YouTube/influencer boxing.

Logan Paul on Dillon Danis pulling out

Recently, on The MMA Hour, Logan Paul talks about fighting Dillon Danis and explains how this is going to be the end of Dillon Danis. “I would prefer that he shows up,” Paul said, as quoted by mmafighting.com.

“If he doesn’t, I will be more than happy to handle Mike Perry. It won’t feel like a letdown. I’ll let Nina handle him in court. We’re going to slaughter him either way. I don’t [regret choosing him], I mean, ask me on October 15th.

But I really just feel like when I connect that right hand to his face in the cleanest way possible, and I watch him crumble, and I tower over him with my hand in the air, and it’s the most glorious knockout, the crowd goes crazy, that people have ever seen, that feels like it’s going to be worth it to me.

Paul further said: “I truly believe his downfall will be studied for decades. I think after this fight, the harsh reality of his actions are going to set in, because again, you picked a fight with two people here — me, my fiancee — we’re both gonna handle you, and I have a feeling he’s going to gain weight.

I have a feeling he’s gonna fall back into alcoholism. I have a feeling he’s gonna declare bankruptcy”.

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