Logan Paul is coming off a big match at SummerSlam, but now he needs to polish up his boxing skills. He is not done in the boxing ring, and now we know who he will fight next.

Logan Paul and his business partner KSI have a lot going on. Adding to the success of their Prime drink, the two are also putting on a big boxing event on October 14th.

News dropped today that KSI will be fighting Tommy Fury at the October 14th event. Also, Logan Paul will take on Dillon Danis, who was quick to post about the fight on X.

October 14th, I’ll be gracing the boxing ring for my debut. Gotta show up because the Paul sisters have a phobia when it comes to actual combat.


Manchester will get quite an event on October 14th. Logan Paul also fired off a tweet to promote the upcoming event. While calling Dillon Danis “a parasite,” The Maverick had a lot of smack to talk.

OCTOBER 14 I return to boxing after fighting Floyd Mayweather over 2 years ago. I doubt this little parasite will show up but if he does I’m going to erase him from existence. The PRIME Card — Oct 14 in Manchester, live on DAZN PPV!

We will have to see if Logan Paul showed up in WWE before his big boxing match in Manchester. He might need to focus on boxing, because Dillon Danis is an opponent he will certainly want to gear up to take down.

Dillon Danis is no stranger to pro wrestling either. He wanted to get into fight with MJF at AEW Dynamite, but the Salt of the Earth no-sold it. He was also at WWE SmackDown recently.

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