- Dillon Danis lost the highly-anticipated bout against Paul via disqualification
- Nina Agdal field a lawsuit against the MMA fighter after his attacks on her
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Following weeks of buildup, Danis lost the highly-anticipated bout against Paul via disqualification after he attempted to bring his opponent down with a jiu-jitsu move.
However, the MMA fighter still has a battle on his hands – in the courts rather than the ring.
Danis had launched a series of personal attacks at the Danish model as a way of targeting his opponent ahead of their bout, including sharing intimate photos, photoshopped images and even an X-rated video of Agdal.
His despicable trolling led to Agdal suing him and filing for a restraining order against him, which was granted by a judge last month.
Dillon Danis mocked Nina Agdal ‘s lawsuit against him after defeat to her fiancee, Logan Paul
The MMA fighter took to X to poke fun at the lawsuit by billing it as his next fight
Danis lost via disqualification after he attempted to bring his rival down with a jiu-jitsu move
Danis hasn’t taken the legal action against him serious and continued to poke fun at the lawsuit by billing it as his next fight.
‘Next up the trial of the century Danis Vs Agdal,’ he tweeted Sunday morning.
Amid his trolling, Danis had repeatedly threatened to share more explicit photos of her that could damage Agdal’s reputation.
‘I just got another absolute nuke of a pic of Nina this one might be worse than the other one wow this girl is actually wild,’ he posted in August.
‘Logan on a man level you need to call this marriage off now.’
But he flipped his claims on Paul following their clash in the ring as he seemed to suggest Agdal should be the one to end the relationship due to his rival’s performance in the ring.
Danis had launched a series of personal attacks at Agdal in an attempt to target Paul
‘A Jiu Jitsu guy with no boxing camp or coach made his debut, never wobbled, never dropped, had no standing 8 count, and rocked you multiple times,’ he also wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter.
‘If I were Nina, I’d call off the wedding. You achieved nothing in your own sport, MMA next.’
In her lawsuit Agdal claimed her fiancee’s opponent posted ‘despicable’ things about her more than 250 times since the bout was announced and that she has suffered humiliation, emotional distress and reputational harm.
The Dane is seeking unspecified damages but no less than $150,000 per violation of the federal law prohibiting the sharing of intimate images.