Logan Paul believes Roman Reigns, like Floyd Mayweather Jr., can teach him a thing or two. In June 2021, Paul and Mayweather competed in an exhibition boxing match in Miami Gardens, Florida, which lasted eight rounds with no victory. During a meeting, Paul stated that one of Mayweather’s clever moves during the fight has stuck with him.
Paul stated, “I love knowledge, and taking on the G.O.A.T’s is an opportunity for a masterclass for me.” I wasn’t just fighting Floyd Mayweather when I fought him; I was paying attention to every refined movement he made. When he had me under his arm near the ropes, he coated my mouth with his glove & stopped my breathing for about two breaths. An innovative move that only Floyd Mayweather would know after 40 years of boxing.
I’m sure Roman has something up his sleeve, and I’m going to pay attention to it all and use it and store it in my arsenal for when I finally become WWE Champion. Paul will confront Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship on November 5 in Saudi Arabia at Crown Jewel. WWE has been pushing the narrative that Paul could dethrone Reigns with a single punch. During the October 21 show of WWE SmackDown, he has been able to land that punch on one-half of the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions, Jey Uso.
Logan Paul’ Wrestling Career
Wrestling fans around the world groaned earlier this year when social media icon Logan Paul was announced as The Miz’s tag team partner for WrestleMania. While Paul is a celebrity in his own right and is no stranger to sports as a professionally trained boxer, his performance in pro wrestling was unknown. To everyone’s astonishment, Paul managed to hold his own in the ring, putting on a rookie-worthy performance. The Miz and Paul even managed to defeat their opposition, Rey & Dominik Mysterio.
Now that Logan Paul has agreed to sign a WWE contract and will be making his WWE debut tonight on Raw, Bookies.com has announced their odds for Paul to succeed the WWE Championship before the year 2024. Bookmakers believe Paul has a 65.52 percent chance of getting a championship before 2024, with a 38.46 percent chance of not winning a championship. Paul would not be the first celebrity to win a WWE championship; in recent years, Bad Bunny and Rob Gronkowski have both won the 24/7 Championship.