McGregor bet $200,000 to win Dillon Danis vs Logan Paul
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2 Conor McGregor ‘bets $200,000’ on training partner Dillon Danis to beat Logan Paul amid YouTuber’s offer of $2m wager
Logan Paul claims that Conor McGregor has bet $200,000 on Dillon Danis to win their upcoming boxing match, but has ignored Paul’s offer of a $2 million wager.
The two fighters are set to face off on October 14 in Manchester, England. Danis is a jiu-jitsu specialist who has never boxed professionally, while Paul is a YouTuber and former amateur boxer.
The alleged $200,000 bet by McGregor would represent a significant financial investment in Danis’s chances of winning. It is unclear where McGregor placed the bet, or whether he has actually put any money down.
The fight between Paul and Danis is expected to be a highly anticipated event, and the betting odds are currently in favor of Paul. However, the outcome of the fight is still uncertain, and McGregor’s alleged bet on Danis could be seen as a sign of confidence in his friend’s abilities.
Logan Paul initially challenged Conor McGregor to a $1 million bet on the outcome of the fight, but later doubled the terms to $2 million.
The American YouTuber, 28, has yet to hear back from the UFC legend, 35, but claims that McGregor has placed a bet worth around £160,000 on Dillon Danis to win.
Paul is confident of victory, and has said that he would be willing to put his entire net worth on the line. He has also offered to donate half of the proceeds to charity if he wins.
McGregor has not publicly commented on the bet, but he has been a vocal supporter of Danis in the lead-up to the fight. He has even said that he will be in Danis’s corner for the bout.
The fight between Paul and Danis is set to take place on October 14 in Manchester, England. It is expected to be a highly anticipated event, and the betting odds are currently in favor of Paul.
The outcome of the fight is still uncertain, but the bet between Paul and McGregor has added an extra layer of excitement to the event.
“Dillon mentioned that Conor put money on him in the face-to-face, he goes, ‘Conor put $200k on me.’
“And I’m like, ‘Then why wouldn’t he take my f***ing bet then. Conor knows, bro, he doesn’t believe in his fighter, his fighter doesn’t believe in himself, when I look at Dillon I see a broken individual.
“If he thinks he’s broken now? Wait until October 14, I’m going to break him entirely.”