Dillon Danis is undoubtedly one of the most hated names in the world of combat sports. Even Jake Paul hates him, which certainly says a lot about the man. He was recently called out by MJF on social media and now it seems Danis fired back at the AEW World Champion in brutal fashion.

MJF is definitely someone who has no qualms about getting into an online spat with MMA fighters, as he did just that with UFC star Paddy Pimblett in the past. Unsurprisingly, he got into a tussle with Dillon Danis recently.

Danis tweeted out to say that, “if i ever see @The_MJF in person I am rearranging his face.” This led to MJF asking who Dillon Danis even was, dismissing Danis’ contributions as an MMA fighter.

Unsurprisingly, Dillon Danis didn’t take too kindly to what MJF had to say. Dillion took to Twitter and uploaded an old photo of MJF. While addressing Tony Khan, Danis threatened to assault MJF while referring to the AEW star as a failed “Chip N’ Dales Stripper.”


hey @TonyKhan why don’t i come on the next @AEW show and absolutely destroy this failed chip and dales stripper with bitch tits on the mic and then break every bone in his body?

As Ringside News exclusively reported, Dillion Danis could end up in WWE, as there was said to be mutual interest from both parties. That said, perhaps we might just see Danis end up in AEW before that considering WWE has initiated hiring freeze on talent. We’ll have to see what the future holds for Dillon Danis.

What do you think of the ongoing feud between Dillon Danis and MJF? Do you think their social media exchanges could lead to a potential showdown in the ring, and who do you think would come out on top? Leave a comment.

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