Jake Paul could come



Brendan Schaub recently gave fans a look at the start of the Jake Paul and Dillon Danis feud. The former UFC fighter revealed he warned Danis about a possible run-in with Paul during their interview.

In a conversation with Logan Paul and Co. about the latest edition of the impulsive podcast, Schaub revealed that he warned Danis that “The Problem Child” might try to disrupt their reunion in some way.

He further revealed that Danis was ready to lock horns with Paul on sight. However, the Bellator fighter didn’t get the chance to do so as Jake Paul ran away after throwing water balloons at ‘El Jefe’.

Check out the clip of the prank below:

Jake Paul grabs Dillon Danis, friend and teammate of Conor McGregor, and attacks him with water balloons before walking away: https://t.co/iYmh6lKArB

“I said [Dillon Danis] that there is a chance [Jake Paul’s] coming. I said, ‘Hey just like, you know, I talked to Jake and Logan last night and he said he might come and he said, ‘Bro, if he comes, I’ll beat him. ‘ I went, ‘Without a doubt. But you only have one leg. A leg.'”

Logan Paul then revealed that he planted the seed in his brother’s mind to prank Dillon Danis. The incident happened in Santa Monica, California, where Danis was filming an episode of the food truck notebooks with Brendan Schaub himself:

“Do you know where your mistake was in all of this? You told me you had Dillon Danis the next day. I said, ‘Yo, Jake, Dillon’s gonna be here tomorrow at this time.’

Check out the full IMPAULSIVE podcast episode here:

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In a recent Instagram post, Jake Paul shared a video showcasing Amanda Serrano’s upcoming fight. The Most Valuable Promotions athlete is currently on a collision course with Katie Taylor.

Taylor is about to put his undefeated record and multiple lightweight boxing titles on the line against “The Real Deal.” The duo are set to face off at New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden on April 30, live on DAZN.

They are about to etch their name into boxing folklore as the first female fighters to headline a fight card at ‘The Most Famous Arena’. This fight is widely considered to be the greatest fight in women’s boxing history.

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