Conor McGregor's teammate Dillon Danis, after his last boxing match against Logan Paul and his defeat, is already coming up with new plans for his future. Danis sees his future in the UFC, and his first plan is a fight against Paddy Pimblett.
Danis emphasizes that it would be a big fight that would attract a lot of attention. Looking at these two fighters, it is certain that Danis' words have a foundation. However, they are not the only two who wonder if they will hold the match.
Dana White is the man who will give the final word. "My UFC debut against Paddy Pimblett would be quite the show, the buildup alone would be electric! And if we want to add some fun, we could be coaches on The Ultimate Fighter and have our fight at the end.
Imagine the entertainment that would generate. Let's give the people what they want and make fighting entertaining again," Danis wrote on Twitter..
Dana White on Dillon Danis
In an interview with the media, White spoke about the potential engagement of Danis in the UFC.
It's not an option he's given much thought to. "I don't know, I haven't even actually thought about that,” -Dana White said. Dillon Danis is ready to fight anyone. The most important thing for him is enormous self-confidence, and he is not afraid to enter the octagon with anyone face to face.
"I would agree to it one hundred percent, let's do it. But I don't really care, I'm ready for anyone and I'll tell Dana White that. Give me anyone, and if they don't want that either, I'll just retire and enjoy it. If Paddy beats Tony Ferguson I will fight him.
If Ferguson wins, I can fight him too. I think it would be a very easy match and I wouldn't feel good beating a guy who is on such a long losing streak. Even if he beats Paddy, it doesn't mean much, because Paddy is so bad. He's terrible. Just look at him, he almost lost to Jared Gordon, and Gordon is also awful. Actually Paddy lost to Jared Gordon."