Dillon Danis says he’s 'not done' with Logan Paul and his fiancée

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By Nasima Khatun

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Dillon Danis has revealed he is "not done" with Logan Paul and his fiancée, which has, yet again, ignited a feud between the two rivals.

Now, things were already rough between the YouTube star and the mixed martial artist, but the hate seemed to crank up a notch when the pair were scheduled to fight on October 14.

However, Danis took quite a different approach to most fighters, who tend to trash talk their opponents.

Instead, he decided to attack Paul's fiancée, Nina Agdal, who was forced to endure months and months of personal attacks which included the release of private photos of the model with past lovers.

In the end, Agdal was forced to take out a restraining order against Danis, and is now asking for a settlement of $400,000 in damages, which Danis is allegedly battling against.

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Dillon Danis took on Logan Paul in the ring but ended up disqualified after trying to choke out his rival. Credit: Matt McNulty/Getty

Regardless of the legal intervention, Danis' attacks have not yet come to an end.

On Wednesday (October 18), he took to Twitter yet again to "threaten" the pair that he was "not done" with them yet, despite ultimately losing to Paul when they faced off in the ring.

Though Logan was winning in every round, Danis ended up being disqualified in the last round after attempting to take down his opponent with MMA moves which are illegal in boxing, causing a swarm of security guards to flood the ring and end the bout.

"I’m not done yet," he wrote alongside a laughing face emoji. "Should of [sic] killed me when you had the chance."

It comes after a snippet of a recent Impaulsive podcast was reposted to Twitter via Happy Punch in which Paul admitted that he regrets taking on the fight with Danis due to the harassment his future wife had to endure at the hands of the MMA fighter.

"I lied in the build-up when I said I didn't regret choosing him as a partner," he said in the clip. "I'm eternally sorry for Nina. I'll spend the rest of my life apologizing if I have to for putting her through that kind of torment.

"It's inhumane what he did and she'll hold him accountable," he continued. "But, this is my life. I dragged her into this social media fight bulls***, she did not sign up for this."

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Logan Paul looks on during the Misfits Heavyweight fight between Logan Paul and Dillon Danis. Credit: Matt McNulty/Getty

He then backtracked on his latter comment.

"I mean she did, of course, but she didn't know, and neither did I, I don't think anyone knew the extent to which he would take things," he said before adding: "No fight organization or promotion has ever seen this type of build-up, this is gnarly."

This regret from Paul comes despite the fact that he comfortably beat Danis, out-boxing him over six rounds, before Danis attempted to pull an illegal move, causing Paul's security to step in, towards whom Danis also tried to throw some punches.

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A security guard stops Dillon Danis following an illegal move toward Logan Paul. Credit: Matt McNulty/Getty

Danis was subsequently disqualified, handing the win to Paul.

Featured Image Credit: Ben Roberts Photo/Getty

Dillon Danis says he’s 'not done' with Logan Paul and his fiancée

vt-author-image

By Nasima Khatun

Article saved!Article saved!

Dillon Danis has revealed he is "not done" with Logan Paul and his fiancée, which has, yet again, ignited a feud between the two rivals.

Now, things were already rough between the YouTube star and the mixed martial artist, but the hate seemed to crank up a notch when the pair were scheduled to fight on October 14.

However, Danis took quite a different approach to most fighters, who tend to trash talk their opponents.

Instead, he decided to attack Paul's fiancée, Nina Agdal, who was forced to endure months and months of personal attacks which included the release of private photos of the model with past lovers.

In the end, Agdal was forced to take out a restraining order against Danis, and is now asking for a settlement of $400,000 in damages, which Danis is allegedly battling against.

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Dillon Danis took on Logan Paul in the ring but ended up disqualified after trying to choke out his rival. Credit: Matt McNulty/Getty

Regardless of the legal intervention, Danis' attacks have not yet come to an end.

On Wednesday (October 18), he took to Twitter yet again to "threaten" the pair that he was "not done" with them yet, despite ultimately losing to Paul when they faced off in the ring.

Though Logan was winning in every round, Danis ended up being disqualified in the last round after attempting to take down his opponent with MMA moves which are illegal in boxing, causing a swarm of security guards to flood the ring and end the bout.

"I’m not done yet," he wrote alongside a laughing face emoji. "Should of [sic] killed me when you had the chance."

It comes after a snippet of a recent Impaulsive podcast was reposted to Twitter via Happy Punch in which Paul admitted that he regrets taking on the fight with Danis due to the harassment his future wife had to endure at the hands of the MMA fighter.

"I lied in the build-up when I said I didn't regret choosing him as a partner," he said in the clip. "I'm eternally sorry for Nina. I'll spend the rest of my life apologizing if I have to for putting her through that kind of torment.

"It's inhumane what he did and she'll hold him accountable," he continued. "But, this is my life. I dragged her into this social media fight bulls***, she did not sign up for this."

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Logan Paul looks on during the Misfits Heavyweight fight between Logan Paul and Dillon Danis. Credit: Matt McNulty/Getty

He then backtracked on his latter comment.

"I mean she did, of course, but she didn't know, and neither did I, I don't think anyone knew the extent to which he would take things," he said before adding: "No fight organization or promotion has ever seen this type of build-up, this is gnarly."

This regret from Paul comes despite the fact that he comfortably beat Danis, out-boxing him over six rounds, before Danis attempted to pull an illegal move, causing Paul's security to step in, towards whom Danis also tried to throw some punches.

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A security guard stops Dillon Danis following an illegal move toward Logan Paul. Credit: Matt McNulty/Getty

Danis was subsequently disqualified, handing the win to Paul.

Featured Image Credit: Ben Roberts Photo/Getty