After Nina Agdal, Dillon Danis Now Targeting Ryan Garcia’s Ex-Wife

Dillon Danis paid Ryan Garcia a surprise visit on his Instagram Live on Thursday, which sparked a fresh spat between the two fighters. The latter is now treating the former’s baby mom, Andrea Celina, like she’s Nina Agdal.

After the IG Live, Danis, 30, posted a video of Celina dancing on X (Twitter). Garcia reminded him of what he had been doing to Agdal for months before losing to Logan Paul.

 

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The 25-year-old Garcia referred to Danis as a clown for making a comment on his Instagram Live, claiming that he is only seeking attention because he has exhausted his earnings from the bout with Paul.

“You poked the wrong bear, Ryan Garcia,” tweeted Danis in conjunction with Celina’s clip.

Ryan Garcia and Andrea Celina are no longer together.

 

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After welcoming a kid into the world last month, Garcia and Celina soon announced their divorce.

It is obvious that Danis does not care that they are no longer together, and Garcia presumably still finds it offensive that his ex-wife is being shown off in this way.

 

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Dillon Danis is concentrating on joining the UFC, however it doesn’t seem likely, having left Bellator (now the PFL) following his defeat to Paul.

More About Ryan Garcia

American boxer Ryan Garcia competes professionally. In 2021, he possessed the interim lightweight title owned by the World Boxing Council (WBC).

 

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In May 2023, The Ring magazine ranked him as the fourth-best active lightweight in the world; BoxRec placed him seventh; the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board ranked him eighth; and ESPN listed him as the sixth-best active junior welterweight.

 

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At the age of seven, García began boxing, with the goal of one day competing for the United States in the 2016 Olympics. He finished as the 15-time national amateur champion with a 215–15 amateur record.

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