Bellator: Neiman Gracie wants to fight Dillon Danis, says it’s the fight that people want to see

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Renjith Ravindran
An engineer by luck and a sports writer by passion, Renjith has been covering various sports for almost half a decade. He has received praise from the likes of WWE superstars Paul Heyman and Natalya for his work and has also interviewed some notable names from the business. He is constantly looking out for creative challenges that excite him and finds beauty in the art of Combat Sports.
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Dillon Danis might’ve only had one fight in Bellator but he has a target painted on his back. Neiman Gracie is the latest fighter to call out Danis. Gracie, who is the nephew of Renzo Gracie, believes that the fight with Danis would be a high-level grappling contest.

Neiman Gracie wants to fight Dillon Danis (PC: MMA Fighting)

He also argues that it’s the fight that everyone wants to see.

“People want to see this fight. Everywhere I go, people are talking to me, ‘Hey man, when are you gonna fight him? When are you gonna humble him?’ If people want to see this fight, I want to do the fight, it’s just up to him now. So if he wants to fight, let’s fight,” he said.

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Neiman also accused Danis of calling out unrealistic opponents.

“He’s calling out guys that he knows the fight will not happen. The other day he called out Rafael dos Anjos. He called [Michael] Bisping, something like that. What the hell, man? You know this fight isn’t gonna happen. Are you gonna call out Mike Tyson? You’re gonna go tweet it and call him out? It’s crazy. It’s strange because I call him out, he knows this fight can happen and I hear nothing from him. That’s a little strange,” he said.


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