Dillon Danis calls out Jake Paul with huge wager after disqualification loss to Logan Paul
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Dillon Danis has called out Jake Paul after the MMA fighter's disqualification defeat to his brother Logan on Saturday evening.
Fans were expecting a tense grudge match, with Danis having regularly targeted Paul's fiancee, Nina Agdal, on social media in the build-up to the fight - so much so, as per TMZ, that Agdal filed for a restraining order against the 30-year-old.
But the actual fight was anything but, with Danis barely landing a punch on his opponent as it went the full six rounds.
Paul tried to force the issue but couldn't land the knockout blow. The fight ended with an all-out brawl, started when Danis tried to put his rival in an MMA guillotine choke - a move he would be disqualified for.
The disqualification didn't affect the actual result, with Paul doing enough to win on points anyway.
And while the majority of viewers were heavily critical of Danis' performance, he did have some supporters.
Taking to X (Twitter) on Sunday, Danis claimed to Paul that he had 'won the war' in an angry post - and later took aim at his brother, Jake.
Jake was in attendance at the AO Arena in Manchester on Saturday, and was spotted in the background during the post-fight brawl.
And reacting to Danis' performance on social media, the 'Problem Child' simply wrote: "Talked so much s**t and is one of the worst fighters I've ever seen."
Danis, unsurprisingly, wasn't going to sit back and take that blow - and responded with an 'offer'.
He said: "Hey Jake Paul, your brother hits like a b****. If you knock me out, I'll retire for and give everyone who likes this 2k."
Hey @jakepaul your brother hits like a bitch if you knock me out I’ll retire forever and give everyone who likes this 2k 🎤🤷🏻♂️— Dillon Danis (@dillondanis) October 15, 2023
Paul is yet to respond to Danis' challenge.
However, the YouTube star did tease a fight with KSI, who suffered a unanimous decision defeat to Tommy Fury in the main event of the night.
It was a controversial result, though, with some believing KSI should have been named as the winner of the bout by the judges.
But he was down on two of the three judges' scorecards - which later changed to all three after it was spotted that one of the judges had made a counting error.