Logan Paul Set To Take On Conor McGregor’s Teammate In Next Boxing Match

Logan Paul at Wrestlemania

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Over the weekend, Jake Paul took part in what was arguably the most entertaining fight of his boxing career.

The Youtube star defeated long-time UFC veteran Nate Diaz by unanimous decision to claim the 7th win of his boxing career.

On the heels of Jake Paul’s big weekend, it looks like his brother is ready to get back in the ring.

Logan Paul hasn’t competed in a boxing match since 2021 when he fought Floyd Mayweather Jr in an exhibition match.

That is now set to change in October.

Today, Paul announced that he would be fighting Dillon Danis as part of a double main event alongside KSI vs Tommy Fury in Manchester on October 14th.

Logan Paul doesn’t have nearly as long of a boxing history as his younger brother, having only 2 fights outside of the Mayweather exhibition.

Both of those fights came against KSI, with the two men drawing in the first fight and KSI taking the second by split decision.

Despite his limited experience in the sport, Paul should be a pretty heavy favorite against Danis.

Dillon Danis’ combat sports career has come almost entirely as a grappler.

He is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt who has won some major tournaments in the sport.

He then transitioned to MMA after becoming one of Conor McGregor’s coaches at SBG Ireland.

He won a pair of fights by submission in Bellator, but hasn’t competed since 2019.

None of that is likely to help Danis in his first boxing match.

While Jake Paul recently made it clear that he isn’t interested in a fight with Conor McGregor, it looks like Logan Paul is ready to start a rivalry with SBG Ireland.