Just one day before Dillon Danis' grudge match against Logan Paul, the MMA fighter was spotted living it up at a bar in Manchester.
While we are all aware that boxers pretend to hate each other to sell a fight, one might argue that Danis and Paul's beef looks as real as it gets as tensions boiled over on Thursday (12 October) when the cage fighter looked to hit Paul with a microphone during their press conference in Manchester.
It seems that the YouTuber was the first to provoke Danis as he initially launched a mic at him.
Shortly after, Danis connected with the side of Logan's head which started to draw blood.
Thankfully, Logan was fine and the pair arrived at the weigh-in a day later (13 October) in great shape.
However, later that evening, footage of Danis emerged on social media after he was seen chilling with the Manchester locals in Cloud23.
"No way my mates just seen Dillon Danis in a cocktail bar (Cloud 23) in Manchester drinking the night before his fight against Logan Paul hahahahha," wrote the X user.
Eleanor confirmed in the replies that Danis was not drinking alcohol, writing: "Can confirm it was non alcoholic."
LADbible has contacted Cloud23 and a representative of Dillon Danis for comment.
Although the MMA fighter probably shouldn't have been hitting the town a night before his big fight, his previous comments suggest that he is ready for action.
Previously speaking about Paul, Danis said: “I think he's a scumbag, I think he's egotistical, he bullies people that don't have the same opinion as him, he makes them sign NDAs and lawsuits and all this s***.
"I just don't respect him as a man or a boxer, I think he's good in WWE, I'll give him that but I don't respect him as a person.
“He's terrible, he goes down in one, he's not a fighter, he's been spoonfed everything he's ever had in his entire life and I'm just going to break him.
“He's never seen the kind of tenacity that I bring so he's going to f**king break under the pressure.
“I don't think he has power, I think he has arm punches, skinny legs and all upper body, it's arm punches and I won't even feel them.”Featured Image Credit: X/@tom_chels