Dan Bilzerian with marshmello

Dan Bilzerian Offering MASSIVE Reward For Anyone Who Can Find His $1M Watch

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By MLC on November 9, 2021 at 7:47 PM EST

Social media influencer, poker player and bona fide Bachelor, Dan Bilzerian, is offering thousands upon thousands of dollars to one lucky person who can help him find his watch.

The influencer claims his watch was stolen right from his wrist at the Canelo Alvarez vs. Caleb Plant fight.

The theft happened on Saturday, November 6.

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Bilzerian's watch was stolen!

Dan Bilzerian is seen leaving Warwick night club with a few beautiful women

According to a report from TMZ, Bilzerian’s Richard Mille watch, which can cost up to $1 million, went missing from his wrist at some point during the fight. He has filed a police report, but it seems the police aren’t recovering it fast enough.

So, Bilzerian has turned to his devoted fanbase of 32.7 million followers on Instagram and is offering a $50,000.00 reward for anyone who can get his watch back to him or at the very least provide information on its whereabouts.

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Bilzerian's $1M watch

Richard Mille watch

The outlet also claims the influencer did not have the watch insured, so that poses even BIGGER monetary issues.

And to add more insult to injury, the boxing arena wasn’t able to provide any security footage from the spot where Bilzerian believes the watch was stolen. He believes it was stolen while he was taking photos with fans.

The poker player hopes the gracious reward will put a fire under his fans’ butts to start doing some investigating.

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Bilzerian seemed to wear the watch all the time!

Saturday night’s fight saw Alvarez make history inside the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

According to CBS Sports, Alvarez (57-1-2, 39 KOs) scored a pair of knockdowns in Round 11 to stop Plant (21-1, 12 KOs) via TKO.

The 31-year-old athlete became the first boxer to unify all four recognized titles and the first Mexican fighter to become an undisputed champion, per the outlet.

During a post-fight interview, Alvarez, who donned a gold crown, said, “It hasn’t been easy to get to this point. With your support, my family and my team, we got very far. This is for everybody, especially in Mexico.”

“I have respect for Caleb Plant. He is a very difficult fighter and has a lot of ability. I definitely respect him,” he added.

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