Dillon Danis has called out Jake Paul despite losing his much-anticipated fight against Logan Paul on Saturday night.
Danis posted on X (formerly Twitter): ‘Hey @jakepaul your brother hits like a b***h if you knock me out I’ll retire forever and give everyone who likes this 2k.’
The older Paul brother came out on top against Danis after the MMA fighter was disqualified in the final round of their bout in Manchester.
With the 28-year-old American on top in the six-round contest, Danis tried to wrestle Paul to the floor at the Misfits event.
Security staff were forced to swarm into the ring to separate the two fighters, with Paul’s corner taking to the canvas to defend their fighter. Danis’ team joined them in the ring as a mass brawl broke out.
Dillon Danis posted on X that he would ‘retire forever’ if Jake Paul knocks him out in a boxing match
Danis’ defeat to Logan Paul on Saturday ended in farce as the MMA fighter was disqualified after trying to wrestle the WWE star to the floor
A massive brawl broke out between members of both fighters’ backroom teams before Paul was crowned the winner
Michael Buffer announced that Paul had won the bout via disqualification once things had settled down. Danis was less than impressed, shaking his head as he stormed out of the ring.
The build-up to the fight was dominated by Danis making a number of comments on social media about Paul’s fiancee Nina Agdal.
It did not distract the WWE star though, as his bout with Danis was a completely one-sided affair.
Danis failed to deliver on his talk before the fight, spending the majority of the bout talking to Paul in the ring rather than trying to land punches.
Danis struggled throughout the fight with Logan Paul, barely laying a punch in the six-round bout
But he now wants to take on Paul’s younger brother, Jake, who was defeated by Tommy Fury earlier this year
It wasn’t long before Danis gave up boxing entirely. Paul was furious and could be seen shouting at the MMA’s fighter’s corner as they taunted him from ringside.
But, it was in the final round that things transcended into chaos. Danis tried to tackle Paul to the floor before kicking him to the ground. Paul then retreated back to his corner before his team climbed through the ropes.
Despite the unusual circumstances, it proved to be a clear victory for Paul, yet Danis is evidently still keen to continue his boxing career.
He dismissed Paul’s claim that he was ‘exposed’ in the fight, and has now followed it up by challenging Jake – who was defeated in a split decision verdict by Tommy Fury earlier this year.