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Conor McGregor reacts to Dillon Danis' performance after disqualification against Logan Paul

Conor McGregor reacts to Dillon Danis' performance after disqualification against Logan Paul

Logan Paul picked up a comfortable victory over Dillon Danis after the MMA fighter was disqualified.

Conor McGregor has reacted to Dillon Danis' loss against Logan Paul after he was disqualified from the fight.

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Their highly anticipated match finally took place this evening (14 October) at a sold-out AO Arena.

The boxing rivals were on the undercard for the main event - Tommy Furyvs KSI.

On the night, Paul pretty much dominated rounds one to six as the MMA man barely laid a glove on the YouTuber.

But the final round erupted in chaos as Danis tried to illegally pull Paul to the ground before security stormed the ring.

Jake Paul was among those who rushed into the ring.

"Embarrassing to say the least! Ruining the boxing sport," one person tweeted.

Another said: "Absolute embarrassment to proper boxers and boxing."

Someone else added: "Dillon went in there, embarrassed himself, and embarrassed himself further by trying

MMA moves and failing, that Dillon Danis is something else boy."


Viewers thought the cage fighter's behaviour in the last round was truly shocking as Paul called him a 'coward' in his post match interview.

Now, taking to X (Twitter), McGregor, who was called out by Paul in his post-match, said: "I tell you what, I tell you what. It was better than Nate Diaz doing it anyway!

"That was a show, yeah!"

"I was impressed, good shots, you needed to believe in those shots more and more," he said of Danis, adding: "Some of them were alright."

McGregor then posted a longer video, in which he took aim at Paul, who called him out.

"What did your man do anyway? You didn't wobble him, you didn't hurt him. You little fool," he said.

"Are you in a dark spot? Guess what, mate - you're back in a dark spot. Back into the locker room with your one. You've done nothing, lad."


Meanwhile, the main event is of course, KSI vs Fury.

Before tonight’s fight, the Love Island star is unbeaten in his boxing career, having recently defeated Jake Paul in Saudi Arabia back in February.

However, KSI’s huge presence in the YouTube boxing scene has meant that a match-up with Tommy was always going to happen.

KSI – real name Olajide Olayinka Williams "JJ" Olatunji – has previously fought his now-business partner Logan Paul twice, as well as a number of other fellow creators and low-ranked professional boxers.

“We all know what’s going to happen,” said the younger brother of heavyweight champion, earlier this week.

“There’s no way this man can live with me. Who’s he fought? He’s fought a rapper and the rest are YouTubers. What is going on?

“In this boxing world, he is a bum. I’m not interested (in him). I’m levels above these guys. I’ve got every single advantage: bigger, stronger, reach, weight. This will be an early night, I promise you.

“I’ve trained like a demon for 10 weeks for this man and I’ve sparred everybody, I’ve been sparring Tyson, been sparring the whole lot of them.”

He added: “I’m in the crossover world of boxing, it’s a circus act… We know what we’re in for. I’m here to fight. Cut all the other bulls***, we’re fighting in two days, the talking is done.”

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Topics: Conor McGregor, KSI, Tommy Fury, Logan Paul