“I Could Give Two S**ts Who Likes Me Or Not” – Logan Paul

Logan Paul makes his entrance on WWE SmackDown 2022

Making his WWE in-ring debut on night one of WrestleMania 38, Logan Paul quickly proved any and all doubters wrong. He dazzled fans that night, being the shining light of the match pitting himself and The Miz against Rey and Dominik Mysterio. A crisp Frog Splash execution is top of the list of his highlights.

Next up for the social media megastar is WWE Crown Jewel, which is scheduled for November 5th in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Challenging Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship, the bout will prove trickier for Logan Paul. However, if a recent WWE PR interview is anything to go by, Paul insists he will still entertain fans:

“If the WWE fans don’t already respect me, after Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia on November 5th, you will be forced to respect me. You might not like me. I might not be your favourite wrestler, but you will have to respect what I can do in that ring, and that’s my goal. I could give two s**ts who likes me or not, but you will always acknowledge that when I get in that ring, you are going to be entertained. That’s my goal.”

WWE’s Crown Jewel is taking place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Saturday, 5th November. Tune in via the WWE Network or on BT Sport.

Logan Paul’s Journey To WWE Superstardom

First appearing for WWE on the April 2nd, 2021 Friday Night SmackDown, Logan Paul was initially brought into the sports entertainment giant to accompany Sami Zayn for his bout vs. Kevin Owens. He ultimately ate a Stunner from ‘The Prizefighter’, disappearing until that September.

When The Miz revealed him as his partner for WrestleMania 38, the reception was mixed. Although Bad Bunny and Pat McAfee redefined what a celebrity match entailed, whether Logan Paul could successfully master the formula remained to be seen. Needless to say, he managed it.

Logan is currently 2-0 in his WWE career, first defeating The Mysterios at ‘Mania 38, and subsequently defeating The Miz at SummerSlam.