Dillon Danis fires back at KSI

Dillon Danis answered YouTuber boxer KSI’s call, challenging the social media star to be a man and face a real fighter.

KSI participated in two boxing matches against YouTuber Logan Paul and will face rival Alex Wassabi, another YouTuber, on August 27th. In a promotional video, KSI was asked who he wanted to tick off his hit list, naming Danis among them as his future goals.

The Bellator MMA fighter was not silent and quickly posted a video on social media of him challenging KSI to a fight. The 28 year old said:

“KSI, you called me, then you resigned. You had a chance to fight me, but you want the easier way, the walking toothpick [likely referring to Alex Wassabi]. So if you decide to be a man and fight a real fighter, let me know.

Watch Dillon call Danis KSI:

🗣”If you decide to fight a real fighter, let me know”@dillondanis replies back @KSI to name him on his ‘Hit List’ 👀

The American has not fought since defeating Max Humphrey in June 2019. As an MMA pro, he has a 2-0 win-loss record. His collaboration with Conor McGregor brought him into the limelight.

“El Jefe” was originally scheduled to fight Jake Paul in a boxing match, but the fight never materialized. Dillon is apparently targeting a showdown against another YouTuber boxer with the promise of a lucrative payday.

Dillon Danis is known for his antics. More recently, Dillon claimed he would inflict KSI with the worst caning England has received since 1776, citing the American Revolutionary War.

Dillon Danis’ MMA career

Dillon made his Bellator debut in April 2018 where he scored a first-round submission win over Kyle Walker.

In his second and most recent promotion fight in June 2019, he recorded another first-round submission win over Max Humphrey.

The American southpaw had to undergo knee surgery after the fight, which has kept him on the shelf ever since.

Watch Danis’ debut against Kyle Walker below:

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Danis has been busy on social media during his inactivity, calling out figures from the MMA world and beyond. While none of these bouts materialized, the Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt managed to capture public attention and remain relevant.

Interestingly, he was the instigator of the post-fight chaos at UFC 229. After Khabib Nurmagomedov submitted to Conor McGregor, “The Eagle” jumped the fence to land squarely on Dillon Danis, who was McGregor’s jiu-jitsu coach at the time . Dillon Danis fires back at KSI

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