Logan Paul might be a part of WrestleMania 38.
Will Logan Paul partner up with The Miz? The Miz was defeated by Rey Mysterio at the Elimination Chamber Kickoff event earlier today (Saturday, February 19, 2022) in the Jeddah Super Dome in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Later that evening, he claimed his defeat was due to a numerical disadvantage over Rey and his son, Dominik.
He also said that he would seek a companion to assist him in his struggle against them:
“But don’t you worry, I’ll find a way to even the odds. I will find myself a tag team partner, a partner who is a superlative athlete, similar handsome features, a global superstar — and I think I have someone in mind. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to go make a phone call.”
According to PW Insider, his partner will be Logan Paul. The YouTuber and celebrity boxing sensation has already worked with WWE, notably as a guest on Miz TV.
He also worked last year’s WrestleMania, being engaged in the Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn bout and absorbing a Stunner on his way out.
This would, however, be Paul’s very first WWE match.
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But Paul is no stranger to entering new ventures; after all, many laughed when he entered the world of boxing.
He was not the first member of the business to face off, as Joe Weller and KSI did so on 3 February 2018.
Following his victory against Weller, KSI challenged Paul, who agreed, with the duo going toe-to-toe on 25 August of that year.
Jake, Paul’s younger brother, bouted and defeated KSI’s sibling Deji on the undercard of the fight. His record now stands at 0 victories, 1 defeat, and 0 draws.
Paul has fought three times, however, with one battle being during his amateur career and another being an exhibition, his record includes just his professional defeat to KSI.
After his first bout with KSI was declared a draw, the pair rematches on 4 September 2019. The British star was declared the winner in a 3-2 vote.
Paul then stunned the athletic world by agreeing to engage in an exhibition event with Mayweather. The bout, which took place on 6 December 2020, lasted eight rounds without a winner being declared.