WWE has seen a few MMA fighters make the jump over to pro wrestling for some serious success. While nobody is guaranteed that they will become a main event name, it seems that another MMA fighter might take the leap to WWE next.

Ringside News has received some very interesting information about a promising prospect. Right now, Dillon Danis is showing a lot of interest in signing with WWE.

At this time, the details are limited concerning this potential deal. We were told that there is “mutual” interest on both sides.

Dillion Danis said in 2023 that he has two fights left on his Bellator contract. Danis said that he intends to get both of those out of the way in 2023, along with at least one more fight after. It seems that his contract could be up after those fights, making him a desirable free agent.


Danis currently has a pro fighting record of 13-8-0, and he also has a lot of charisma. His ability to talk could give him huge bonus points with WWE’s recruits. The fact that he is 29-years-old also helps, because he falls into that “under 30 category” that WWE looks for in signees.

Dillon Danis recently caught some headlines when he pulled out of a fight with KSI. The popular YouTuber was not happy with Danis at all after he pulled out of the fight a month after it was announced.

We’ll have to see if Dillon Danis lights up the WWE Universe soon. It seems that there is mutual interest from both sides. With WWE and UFC’s merger, that could open the door for many new possible MMA signings.

What’s your take on WWE bringing in another MMA name? Do you think Dillon Danis would make a good WWE Superstar? Sound off in the comments!

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H Jenkins

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