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Tony Bellew Exclusive: Danis ‘Wouldn’t Make It To The Ring’ If He Insulted His Wife

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As news breaks that fiance of Logan Paul, Nina Agdal, has filed a lawsuit again Dillon Danis – we get former cruiserweight champion Tony Bellews take on the incessant trolling Danis has subjected Nina to on social media.

Bellew Says Danis ‘Wouldn’t Make It To The Ring’ If He Insulted His Wife In The Same Way He Is Attacking Agdal

Logan Paul’s fiance Nina Agdal is suing Dillon Danis and filing for a restraining order over the abusive trolling Danis is subjecting the Danish model to over social media. Bellew, who is no stranger to trash talk in the build up to a big fight, has condemned Danis for the below the belt content the MMA fighter is publishing on social media;

Tony Bellew: “He’s taken it way too far. I’m not going to lie, if someone insults my wife it’s not going to make it to the boxing ring. It would get dealt with literally immediately. It doesn’t matter how many security guards he has with him either, you can’t have someone insulting your wife or fiance. It’s a step too far. I don’t know what prompted him to do that, I have no idea.”

Tony Bellew

Born on November 30, 1982, in Liverpool, England, Anthony "Tony" Bellew discovered his affinity for boxing at a young age. Bellew's career reached its pinnacle in the cruiserweight division. He captured the British and Commonwealth titles, firmly establishing his presence in the boxing world. One of the defining moments of Bellew's career was his rivalry with former world champion David Haye. Their two high-profile clashes captured the attention of fans worldwide. Bellew's victory over Haye in their first bout, despite being the underdog. In May 2016, Bellew realized a lifelong dream by clinching the WBC Cruiserweight World Title with a win over Ilunga Makabu. Bellew's leap to the heavyweight division saw him challenging the dominant Oleksandr Usyk for the undisputed cruiserweight title. Since retirement in 2018 Bellew transitioned to the world of acting with notable roles in films like "Creed" and "Creed II." Bellew has also embraced a role as a sports commentator, providing insightful analysis and commentary on various platforms.