Logan Paul is set to appear on the April 2nd episode of SmackDown as Sami Zayn’s guest of honour for the Red Carpet Premiere of his documentary trailer.
Sami Zayn and the YouTube star have been going back and forth on Twitter in recent weeks regarding Zayn’s upcoming documentary. Zayn has been preparing the documentary for the past few months, which he says will show that there is a WWE-wide conspiracy against him.
While it had been confirmed that Logan would be on SmackDown, there has been no information regarding a WrestleMania appearance. However, speaking on the latest episode of his IMPAULSIVE podcast, Paul has now seemingly confirmed that he will be at the showpiece event.
When running down his upcoming busy schedule, Paul mentioned that he’ll be at WrestleMania.
“Tampa, WWE. Miami, train with Jake. Back to Tampa for WrestleMania, WWE. Atlanta for Jake’s fight. Maybe a little New York leg in there just for shits and gigs. Puerto Rico, training to beat the best fighter on the planet [Floyd Mayweather], which I fully intend to do and fully believe I will.”
On his latest podcast, Logan Paul confirms he’ll be at #WrestleMania
— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) April 2, 2021
Meanwhile, Sami Zayn is set to face Kevin Owens at the ‘Show of Shows.’
After being taken out by a Helluva Kick on the March 19 episode of SmackDown, Kevin Owens had Sami Zayn as the guest on the KO show the following week. Zayn still preoccupied by the conspiracy that he sees around him, continued to frustrate Owens, with KO finally snapping and challenging Zayn to a match at WrestleMania. Zayn panicked and accepted before Owens hit him with a stunner to leave him laying.
Away from WWE, having previously fought Youtuber KSI, in December Logan Paul signed a deal to fight legendary five-weight boxing world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. A man who incidentally has a history with WWE, facing the Big Show at WrestleMania 24.
The Logan Paul, Mayweather Jr. clash had been set for February 2021, but has since been postponed. A new date for the exhibition has yet to be set.