New WWE Signings Claim They Could “Kill” Logan Paul

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Logan Paul has enjoyed an impressive first year as a WWE Superstar.

After a terrific showing in his debut match at WrestleMania 38, where he teamed with The Miz to defeat The Mysterios, Paul signed with WWE in June 2022. In the months that followed, the star took on Miz at SummerSlam, earning another win. He followed this up with a widely-acclaimed performance against Roman Reigns at Crown Jewel, unsuccessfully challenging for the Undisputed WWE Universal Title.

Despite suffering a serious knee injury in the match, Paul returned to action at the Royal Rumble. At the event, he would begin a feud with Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins and later cost the former World Champion the United States Title at Elimination Chamber. This set up a match between the pair at WrestleMania 39, which Paul lost. It was not all bad news for Paul, however, with a contract extension signed following the event.

Recent WWE Signings Make Bold Logan Paul Claim

In a recent interview, however, two recently signed WWE Superstars have claimed they could ‘kill’ Logan Paul in the ring.

Speaking with Logan Paul’s brother Jake on a recent edition of BS w/Jake Paul, The Cavinder twins, Haley and Hanna, made the outlandish claim:

“We actually saw him at Nashville when we went. Like he was in the ring and I was like dang. But do I think we could? Maybe,” Haley said. “[You just say that you would beat the f**k out of him just to create the storyline?] Oh yeah, we would absolutely kill him, kill him in the ring,” Hanna added. “I could see it happening,” Haley continued.

The pair joined the company in December 2021 as part of it’s Next In Line program that seeks to make Superstars out of impressive college athletes. They would later go on to suggest the company were lining up their careers in similar fashion to WWE Hall Of Famer’s The Bella Twins:

“We have a deal with them. We’re in like partnerships with them. Good tag team. The Next Bella Twins for sure.”

With thanks to Sportskeeda for the above transcription