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Dillon Danis – “Jake Paul Ran From Me To Fight Ben Askren”

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Conor McGregor’s BJJ coach Dillon Danis has fired more shots at Jake Paul and Ben Askren. It was recently confirmed that Paul and Askren will be competing in a boxing match on April 17th. The event will be airing live via Triller, the company that brought the recent Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr event to PPV.

Danis took to Twitter and posted a screenshot of his DM conversations with Jake Paul. The conversation from back at the start of the year indicates that Jake Paul wanted to take the fight against Dillon Danis in March; however as you can see below, Danis wanted the fight in June due to an ongoing knee injury.

Dillon Danis on Jake Paul

Dillon Danis also posted the following comments recently. “Jake Paul literally ran from me to fight this guy truly embarrassing” (with a GIF of Ben Askren shadowboxing) before writing “I could literally on god beat @jakepaul and @Benaskren in a boxing match back to back on the same night.”

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