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Dillon Danis gets slapped by Ali Abdelaziz at UFC 268; chucked out of Madison Square Garden

Dillon Danis once again gets into trouble with UFC, gets thrown out of Madison Square Garden.

Ali Abdelaziz and Dillon Danis

Conor McGregor’s teammate and jiu-jitsu coach, Dillon Danis just can’t stop getting into trouble. The professional MMA fighter has once again run into trouble with the law at a UFC event.

UFC 268 went down on Saturday at the historical Madison Square Garden in New York City. The card was headlined by Kamaru Usman vs Colby Covington 2 and naturally put up massive numbers in gate entry and also PPV. Among the thousands present in the audience at MSG, Dillon Danis, an associate of former two-division champion Conor McGregor was present. The fighter has been constantly getting into trouble with the law for the last few years despite not being able to fight inside the octagon.

From getting trolled by the YouTube boxer Jake Paul, to getting thrown out from a club by a bouncer, Danis has managed to get big Ls outside the octagon. The fighter even went to jail. In recent times, trying to get his clout, Dillon started a beef with the former middleweight champion Michael Bisping. The fighter even went on to troll him recently but Bisping got the last laugh.

Why did Ali Abdelaziz slap Dillon Danis?

Ali Abdelaziz

Ali Abdelaziz is the manager of several champions like Kamaru Usman, Kayla Harrison, Khabib Nurmagomedov, and more. The manager recently got into a scuffle with the Bellator fighter and Kayla from Ali’s team had to take care of Danis. At UFC 268, John Morgan, who is a reliable reporter tweeted about the news and said the Dominance MMA manager would make comments on the incident when reached out.

Michael Bisping, who Dillon has been taunting the entire week leading up to the event also confirmed in a deleted tweet that Danis got slapped and ejected from the Madison Square Garden. The UFC Hall-of-Famer also revealed that Dillon Danis has been banned from all UFC events.

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