Logan Paul has opened up about his struggles with being booed by fans on the recent episode of his podcast, Impaulsive, featuring guest Seth Rollins.
In a recent episode of his popular podcast, Impaulsive, Logan Paul spoke to Seth Rollins and the social media sensation who made a surprising foray into the world of professional wrestling, candidly spoke about his initial reaction to being booed by fans during his WWE debut. Paul said:
I’m obviously a heel, and I like it. But I didn’t at first. When I first got there, and people started booing me. I really took it personally. I just didn’t understand. No, I was p*ssed. Bruce Prichard came back. He was like that was amazing, they hate you. Why is that amazing? Like, I’m affected by this.
Despite taking it personally at first, Paul has come to embrace the negative reaction and has found a newfound appreciation for playing the role of a heel character. He went on to say:
Now I eat it up. It’s so fun. And I’ve started to play with just one on one interactions with people in the front row who are booing me
Paul is a polarizing character both in and out of the ring, his initial rise to fame came from his social media exploits, amassing a large following on the now-defunct video service Vine. Paul quickly gained a huge following on all his various social media platforms before turning to the world of sports, initially in the sport of boxing being one of the first Youtuber boxers.
What Is Logan Paul Doing In WWE?
Following his successes in boxing, Logan Paul started to make appearances for WWE in 2021, where he was partnered with Sami Zayn and stood ringside for Zayn at WrestleMania 37 during Zayn’s match against Kevin Owens.
Since first appearing in the WWE, Paul has had feuds with the likes of The Miz and Seth Rollins. Paul’s most recent feud is with Ricochet, which saw Ricochet and Paul engage in a promo battle that turned physical on Raw. This has led to the speculation that Paul and Ricochet will have a match at SummerSlam.
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