Dillon Danis has taken a strong stance against bullying, offering a reward for information leading to the identification of an individual caught in an incident against an Irish boy in Kilkenny. The footage, allegedly involving Alamin Mohammed, a Muslim Bengal migrant residing in Kilkenny, has sparked outrage.
Expressing his concern for those affected, Danis shared the video on social media and called for action.
This announcement comes in the wake of recent confrontations in Dublin’s city center on November 23, 2023, stemming from an attack outside a school that left multiple individuals seriously injured, including children. Rumors linking the assailant to an immigrant background fueled heightened tensions in the community.
In another development, Dillon Danis, known for his persistent pursuit of a UFC debut, has set his sights on rising star Paddy Pimblett. Proposing a potential showdown, Danis took to social media to suggest a season-long buildup culminating in a grand finale clash.
“My UFC debut against Paddy Pimblett would be quite the show. The buildup alone would be electric! And if we want to add some fun, we could be coaches on The Ultimate Fighter and have our fight at the end. Imagine the entertainment that would generate. Let’s give the people what they want and make fighting entertaining again!”
Pimblett, not one to back down from a challenge, readily embraced the proposition. In a recent UFC 296 media day interview, he responded, “If he gets signed, lad, let’s do it. You know what I mean. He fought Logan Paul and threw about six punches. He threw more punches at the security guards than he did at Logan.”