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Dillon Danis punches KSI and then scraps with Anthony Taylor

Marcus Chan

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Dillon Danis punches KSI and then scraps with Anthony Taylor

American MMA fighter Dillon Danis punched British YouTube sensation KSI live on stream before swiftly walking away.

The pair haven’t been seeing eye to eye and a potential fight between the two have been in the pipeline for some time now. And now, the fight could happen soon after Danis punched KSI whilst live streaming during the misfits weight in and then just casually walked away. Watch the footage below.


Fans were quick to react to the bizarre moment between the two.


One said: “That wasn't even a punch, wtf was that.”

Another tweeted: “He barely touched him, this a pathetic attempt at a publicity stunt to hype up a fight.”

A third fan added: “Dillon danis is only relevant because he tries to scrap KSI.”


In September, it was reported that a fight between KSI and Danis may not happen due to the fact that the American wanted to return to MMA.

Danis’ promoter, Scott Coker said to Mirror Fighting: “Dillon Danis hit us up and said he would like to fight in MMA as soon as possible.

“So I don't know if that has any relation to [a possible KSI fight] or not, but this is the first I've heard about it. I'm not sure.”

After his scrap with KSI, Danis went outside the building and started to brawl with boxer Anthony Taylor.


Fans again reacted to Danis' actions.

Someone tweeted: "Danis got absolutely rocked there,"

Another added: "Dude on Dillon Danis team who said "I cracked him pretty hard" literally got dropped, what is he on."


A third fan said: "Dillon Danis got rocked by Anthony lol imagine KSI."

Featured Image Credit: DAZN

Topics: KSI, Dillon Danis

Marcus Chan
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