After making his professional wrestling debut at WrestleMania earlier this year, where he would score a tag team victory over Rey and Dominik Mysterio being paired up with The Miz, Logan Paul would agree to a multi-match deal with World Wrestling Entertainment.
Later at SummerSlam, Logan Paul would then square off against his former partner The Miz, taking him out for the win with his trademark Skull-Crushing Finale.
Logan Paul’s Brother Jake Paul Could Soon Be Joining The Party
Currently, Logan Paul is the only one in his family in WWE, however, that could soon be changing, with Logan believing that his brother Jake Paul will eventually be in the promotion, saying that it is “inevitable” that it will happen.
Logan Paul recently made the comments during an interview with Ryan Satin of “WWE on Fox.”
“Truthfully, I think it’s inevitable. I’m biased, but I think what we’re doing is incredibly exciting, at least for me, personally, it is incredibly exciting … If I were watching two brothers take over, and I use that word intentionally, take over two highly entertaining sports, boxing and wrestling in a way that has never been done before, my curiosity would be peaked. We’re making history as we speak, and I think Jake’s crossover into WWE is inevitable, and bro, I need a Bloodline. Roman got his.”
At WWE’s upcoming Crown Jewel Premium Live Event on Saturday, November 5, 2022, Logan Paul will be squaring off against the “Tribal Chief” Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.
With The Bloodline faction, Roman is the “Head of the Table” leading his Samoan mafia of Jey and Jimmy Uso (the current Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions), former NXT North American Champion Solo Sikoa, as well as their “Honorary Uce” Sami Zayn, who is a three-time WWE Intercontinental Champion.
Logan commented on what he believed would happen in a showdown between the stable and himself with his brother Jake Paul in the picture.
“Jake Paul could take out both of the Usos, and Solo, and Sami Zayn all by himself and leave Roman up to me. We can do it; he just needs to get involved.”