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Logan Paul On Dillon Danis Match: ‘Stakes Just Got Higher’


Logan Paul, who will face Dillon Danis on Saturday, says he is prepared after Danis struck Paul in the head with a microphone during a news conference on Thursday in England.

“Dillon can’t escape me. The fight is very much happening, the stakes just got higher,” Paul wrote on X on Thursday.

In an attempt to defend himself, Paul hurled a bottle at Danis during a news conference in Manchester. Danis responded by throwing his microphone at Paul. Paul was eventually led outside the building.

The co-main event of KSI vs. Tommy Fury on ESPN+ PPV at 2 p.m. ET is Paul vs. Danis.

Jake Paul’s older brother, Logan Paul, is now engaging in his second career professional bout. In 2019, KSI won a split decision over him.

Danis competes in mixed martial arts and has never competed in a boxing match.

Tim Tszyu sent a terrifying message to his American competitor and announced that his world title match against Brian Mendoza would be his final contest in Australia.

In his first outing since becoming the official junior middleweight champion last month, Tszyu (23-0, 17KOs) will defend his title at the Gold Coast Exhibition Centre on Sunday.

After resurrecting his career with a pair of stunning knockout victories over Jeison Rosario and the highly regarded Sebastian Fundora, Mendoza (22-2, 16KOs) is quite confident in his ability to shatter the undefeated 29-year-old’s bubble.

Boxing legend Jeff Fenech on Thursday night said: “It’s a very, very dangerous fight for Tim. He’s got to be at his best.”

Steely-eyed Tszyu, though, is not having it and declares that his opponent from New Mexico, a big-puncher, has “a black heart right now” and that he is prepared to crush him.

“He fought Fundora [in Carson, California] but it’s a different vibe here on the Gold Coast. You’re coming into enemy territory completely,” he said after an open training session at Pacific Square Shopping Centre.

“Everyone here is Aussie. It’s like I’m defending the land. There’s no way he’s coming to grab the land.”

Tszyu initially won the WBO interim championship by brutally stopping American Tony Harrison in the ninth round in Sydney in March. In June, he successfully defended the title on the Gold Coast by knocking out Mexican Carlos Ocampo in the first round.

Just 22 days after being assaulted by a friend’s Pit Bull Terrier, which required surgery and 26 stitches in his right hand, he defeated Ocampo.

Tszyu has recovered completely and is prepared to compete against Mendoza.

“It’s not him, it’s me. The progression that I’m making, it’s me I can’t wait to show you,” he said.

“Last time there was a dog bite, so there was a bit of a problem. I was lucky I got it out in 70 (seconds). This time you’ll see a more, I guess, calculated (performance).”

Twenty-one of his previous 22 professional fights have taken place in Australia, with his lone foreign victory coming in March 2022 in Minneapolis over Terrell Gausha.

He recently came from a rigorous training camp in Las Vegas, but he yearns for the boxing capital, and he claims his fighting career beyond Sunday will be in the United States.

“I know this is the last hurrah in Australia,” Tszyu said. “This is it.”

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