Logan Paul and Dillon Danis are set to fight on October 14th in Manchester, and things are already heating up on social media. Danis has taken several shots at Logan Paul, and his fiancé was not off limits.

Dillon Danis posted a nude photo of Logan Paul’s fiancé, Nina Agdal, but we won’t be posting that photo here. He also sparked big rumors of having a romance with her, as he posted a candid photo of her in bed. All of that proceeded graphic tounge-kissing photo.

Logan Paul posted a Photoshopped image of Conor McGregor tongue-kissing Dillon Danis. It didn’t take long for Danis to see that Instagram story, and he posted on X to say, “bro had days and pulled up with this WTF.”

Dillon Danis also retweeted a story that said, “Logan Paul allegedly sent a legal notice to Dillon Danis demanding he stop posting photos of his fiancé.” It seems that Danis is putting his stamp on this as being a factual statement.


Logan Paul will likely have a lot of reasons to punch Dillon Danis in October. KSI and Tommy Fury’s fight on that same card isn’t getting nearly the same attention, but they still have a couple of months to hype the event.

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.

Only time will tell if Dillon Danis keeps this trolling up until he fights Logan Paul in Manchester on October 14th. We will keep a close eye on this ongoing story as it continues to develop, right here at Ringside News.

Are you here for Logan Paul and Dillon Danis’ big fight in Manchester? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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