- Logan Paul is set to fight his bitter rival Dillon Danis in Manchester on October 14
- His fiancée has a restraining order against Danis, which Paul has now explained
- Paul has labelled Danis a ‘twisted individual’ for his ‘weird obsession’ with Agdal
Logan Paul has explained the terms of fiancée Nina Agdal’s restraining order against Dillon Danis as he prepares to face the MMA star in a boxing match next month.
Since a fight between Paul and Danis was announced in early August, the latter has taken to social media to regularly post photos of Paul’s partner in an attempt to get under his opponent’s skin.
The photos have seen Agdal alongside a number of her ex-boyfriends, including Hollywood star Leonardo Di Caprio, while Danis has also released explicit photos of the Danish model to the public.
Danis’ behaviour led to Agdal filing a lawsuit, and she was granted a temporary restraining order from Danis earlier this month.
Paul, who will face Danis in Manchester on October 14, has confirmed Agdal will attend the event as he revealed exactly what the restraining order prevents his rival from doing.
Logan Paul has revealed the terms of his fiancée’s restraining order against Dillon Danis
Danis has targeted Paul’s fiancée on social media ahead of his grudge match with Paul next month
Paul’s fiancée Nina Agdal is set to attend the fight as it is not a ‘physical restraining order’ against Danis
‘It’s not a physical restraining order,’ Paul said in an appearance on Ariel Helwani’s The MMA Hour.
‘He can’t post explicit photos of her, which is insane that we’re in a world where that has to be stated. This is just weird behaviour.
‘If anyone else was doing this, me and my team would be alarmed. We’d be like “who is this? What is this person’s weird obsession with my fiancee?” He’s a twisted individual and we’re going to handle it.’
Paul has admitted he’s concerned Danis may not show up for the fight after his proposed clash with Paul’s business partner KSI was cancelled in January due to him being ‘unprepared’.
Paul hopes he finally does get the chance to settle his differences with Danis in the ring, though. He is expecting a short night, but wants Danis to show some resilience so he can punish him for a prolonged period.
‘I don’t see him going past two rounds,’ Paul confessed.
‘But I’ll be honest, if I get in there and I’m piecing him up and I see quickly his skill level, I’m going to make him suffer for as long as I can. If I’m not worried about a rogue punch coming out of nowhere and hitting me, I’m going to piece him up for as long as I can.
‘I’m going to drag him to the deep waters of rounds five and six, and take him out then.’