Logan Paul Stepping Back Into The Boxing Ring

Logan Paul Stepping Back Into The Boxing Ring

Logan Paul Stepping Back Into The Boxing Ring – Logan Paul is gearing up for another venture into the boxing ring, this time facing off against Dillon Danis in a boxing match.

Paul’s previous boxing appearance took place in a high-profile exhibition match against Floyd Mayweather Jr in June 2021, which resulted in an eight-round draw. He also holds a professional record of 0-1, having suffered a split decision loss to KSI in 2019.

On the other side, Dillon Danis, a former MMA fighter, holds a perfect 2-0 record in his MMA career. Notably, Paul’s most recent foray into wrestling occurred at WWE’s SummerSlam event, where he competed against Ricochet.

Scheduled for October 14th, this fight is set to unfold in Manchester, England, under the banner of “The Prime Card.” Those interested can catch the action via pay-per-view on DAZN.

At WWE SummerSlam in Detroit, Logan Paul emerged victorious in a grudge match against Ricochet.

Paul secured the win, enhancing his SummerSlam career record to an impressive 2-0. However, the circumstances surrounding the ending of the match suggest that the rivalry between Paul and Ricochet might not be fully settled just yet. This open-ended conclusion indicates that there could be more to come in their ongoing feud.

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