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Logan Paul Claims He Doesn’t Need To Train As Long As Bad Bunny To Learn Wrestling

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Logan Paul is confident of his abilities ahead of his in-ring debut at WrestleMania 38 and doesn’t think he needs to train as long as Bad Bunny did to learn how to wrestle.

YouTube star Logan Paul is set to team with The Miz at the upcoming WrestleMania 38, where the pair will take on Rey and Dominik Mysterio in tag team action. Paul has history with The Miz, with the star appearing on Miz TV on Raw back in August. His in-ring debut will be the second-straight year that he will be involved. At WrestleMania 37, the YouTube star was ringside as Kevin Owens defeated Sami Zayn. After the match Paul was given a Stunner by Owens.

Ahead of his in-ring debut, Logan Paul spoke to TMZ Sports and was full of praise for his tag team partner The Miz.

“He’s an awesome partner and mentor, obviously, he’s been in this business forever. Having him on my side to handhold me through the basics has been fantastic. I’m learning quickly and the more I learn the quicker I’m learning. It takes me one attempt at something before I’ve got it and once I know the ins and outs of the sport, the sky’s the limit, to be honest.”

The Miz was involved in another celebrity match at WrestleMania 37 when he and his partner John Morrison took on the team of Damian Priest and hip hop star Bad Bunny. When asked about Bad Bunny’s performance last year, Logan Paul confidently said that he doesn’t believe he’ll need to train as long as the rapper, because all of this is coming so naturally to him.

“It’s interesting because Bad Bunny performed at WrestleMania last year and he was incredible, right? Everyone is comparing me to Bad Bunny, like, ‘He was training for this long’ or whatever. All due respect to Bad Bunny, I don’t think I need to be in there as long to pick it up. It just comes very naturally to me and I want to raise the bar. He set the bar very high and so it’s a good little push for me.”

Logan Paul recently said in another interview that Vince McMahon is like a stepfather to him.

h/t Fightful