It’s scheduled to be a busy couple of weeks for the Paul brothers. While Logan Paul will challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at Crown Jewel on November 5, Jake Paul is scheduled to face UFC legend Anderson Silva. That goes down today at the time of writing, October 29, from Glendale, Arizona’s Desert Diamond Arena.
Jake, dubbed ‘The Problem Child’, imitated WWE Chief Content Officer Paul ‘Triple H’ Levesque during a weigh-in for the match, spitting water while posing. This, of course, has been the trademark entrance of ‘The Game’ for over two decades.
Responding to Jake’s antics, Levesque simply stated, “Game on!”
GAME ON! https://t.co/ireKQO6GvK
— Triple H (@TripleH) October 29, 2022
Will Jake Paul Ever Wrestle For WWE?
Celebrities getting involved in professional wrestling isn’t a new thing at all, though the concept of a celebrity match has greatly increased in value. Logan Paul, Bad Bunny, and Johnny Knoxville are all to thank for this, as their respective matches stole the show.
Given that his brother is now officially signed to a WWE contract and has proven he’s capable of performing in the world of sports entertainment, it seems likely that Jake Paul will one day lace up a pair of wrestling boots. His brother Logan believes this is “inevitable”, as he told Ryan Satin on his Out of Character podcast:
“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.”
Logan Paul has wrestled two WWE matches thus far. He teamed with The Miz at WrestleMania 38 in a winning effort over Rey and Dominik Mysterio, before defeating ‘The A Lister’ at SummerSlam in his singles debut.