Where Can I Watch, Bet the Logan Paul vs. Dillon Danis Fight From Richmond, Norfolk?

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Don Shapiro
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Bars throughout the Virginia Beach, Norfolk and Richmond areas plan to show the Logan Paul vs. Dillon Danis (or Mike Perry) fight as well as KSI vs. Tommy Fury.  You can place bets on this fight at BetOnline.  18 and up to open a wagering account.


Watch From Richmond

Bow Tie Cinema @ Movieland Boulevard Square
1301 North Arthur Ashe Boulevard Richmond,VA
(804) 354-6008


Dave & Busters @ Richmond

4001 Brownstone Blvd Glen Allen,VA

(804) 967-7399


Buffalo Wild Wings @ Glen Allen, VA - Virginia Center Pkwy (Should be showing the fight but not yet confirmed at the time of publication)

1090 Virginia Center Pkwy Glen Allen,VA


Virginia Beach/Norfolk

Dave & Busters @ Virginia Beach

701 Lynnhaven Parkway Suite G19 Virginia Beach,VA



Regal @ Macarthur Center
300 Monticello Avenue Norfolk,VA
(844) 462-7342

The following venues typically show the big fights but were not confirmed at time of publication so do call in advance

Sportsbook @ Rivers Casino Portsmouth (place bets here as well)

3630 Victory Boulevard Portsmouth,VA

Seating in the BetRivers Sportsbook will be on a first come, first serve basis. SportsBook bar will be open for regular service. Must be 21+ years of age or older."


Keagans @ Market

244 Market St Virginia Beach,VA


"Established in 2004 with its handcrafted woodwork, live entertainment & happy hour seven days a week, Keagan’s is the place for every occasion. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite to eat, drinks with friends, or somewhere to hold your next function we’re got it covered. Our menu includes traditional Irish food from our classic fish n chips to cottage pie, as well as burgers, seafood, & steak. So whether you’re joining us for our happy hour or your favorite sporting event remember to follow the kilts to Keagan’s."


Tailgate Sports Pub

344 Constitution Dr. Virginia Beach,VA


"The Tailgate Sports Pub is a local spot in the 757, where you don't have to worry about the TV's not being on the game(s) of the week, paying crazy prices for beer/liquor and food or not being welcomed in like a family member."


- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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