BEEF! Another UFC Fighter Calls Conor’s Coach Out

UFC welterweight Tom Breese recently called out Dillon Danis, the Brazilian jiu-jitsu coach of UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor, over his recent comments towards Jon Jones.

Danis has recently called out the former UFC light heavyweight champion and has challenged him to a grappling match.

While serving a suspension from both the state of Nevada and USADA, Jones has been competing in BJJ for Submission Underground, a grappling promotion where Dannis also competes.

On Thursday, Breese called out Danis via Twitter. “Dillon Danis should have a MMA fight with Jon Jones then instead of trying to hide being a Grappling rule set,” Breese tweeted.

However, Danis may be interested in fighting in MMA someday. He recently told FOX Sports, he believes he can become a huge star in the sport.

“I’ve been saying this since day one, there’s no one like me. There’s no jiu-jitsu guy that talks and competes well and goes out there and takes people out,” Danis said. “That’s why I keep saying when I get into MMA, I might change the game and I feel like I will. I’m starting to do it in jiu-jitsu. I’ve always been this way, even before what happened with Conor (McGregor). I’ve always been myself.

“One day in MMA, I’m going to change everything people could see from a jiu-jitsu fighter.”

Breese is coming off the first loss of his MMA career. In June, at UFC 199, he lost a split decision to Sean Strickland. Prior to the loss, Breese had 10 victories with his last three taking place in the UFC.