Dillon Danis answered the callout of YouTuber-boxer KSI and challenged the social media star to be a person and face an actual fighter.
KSI participated in two boxing fights in opposition to fellow YouTuber Logan Paul and is scheduled to struggle rival Alex Wassabi, one other YouTuber, on August 27. In a promotional video, KSI was requested who he wished to examine off his hit-list when he named Danis amongst his future targets.
The Bellator MMA fighter didn’t keep silent and shortly launched a video on social media wherein he challenges KSI to a struggle. The 28-year-old stated:
“KSI, you referred to as me out, then you definately backed out. You had the possibility to struggle me, however you need the simpler route, the strolling toothpick [likely referring to Alex Wassabi]. So in the event you determine to be a person and struggle an actual fighter, let me know.”
Watch Dillon Danis name out KSI:
The American has not fought since defeating Max Humphrey in June 2019. He has a 2-0 win-loss document as an MMA professional. He got here into the limelight owing to his affiliation with Conor McGregor.
‘El Jefe’ was initially scheduled to struggle Jake Paul in a boxing match, however the struggle didn’t materialize. Dillon is seemingly aiming for a showdown in opposition to one other YouTuber-boxer with the promise of a profitable payday.
Dillon Danis is well-known for his antics. Only in the near past, Dillon claimed he’ll hand KSI the worst beating that England has acquired since 1776, referring to the American Revolutionary Battle.
Dillon Danis’ MMA profession
Dillon made his Bellator debut in April 2018 the place he scored a first-round submission win over Kyle Walker.
In his second and most up-to-date promotional struggle in June 2019, he registered one other first-round submission win over Max Humphrey.
The American southpaw needed to endure knee surgical procedure following the bout, which has stored him on the shelf ever since.
Watch Danis’ debut in opposition to Kyle Walker beneath:
Danis has stayed busy on social media throughout his inactivity, calling out personalities from the MMA world and different spheres. Whereas none of those fights materialized, the Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt succeeded in grabbing public consideration and staying related.
Curiously sufficient, he was the instigator of the post-fight chaos at UFC 229. After Khabib Nurmagomedov submitted Conor McGregor, ‘The Eagle’ jumped the fence in an effort to land straight on Dillon Danis, who was McGregor’s jiu-jitsu coach on the time.