Logan Paul and his brother Jake are controversial figures in the combat entertainment and sports worlds. Paul is scheduled to take on Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns at WWE Crown Jewel this weekend, forbidding an international incident. Samu, Reigns’ cousin, is unconvinced. Samu was asked if he believes Paul is deserving of the opportunity to face Reigns on Saturday.
No, Samu stated, but he’s a good athlete. Paul has been forthright about his understanding of fans’ and colleagues’ scepticism, promising that they will be compelled to respect him after Saturday’s game. Paul’s athleticism has drawn attention as of his WrestleMania 38 debut. when he and The Miz defeated the father-son duo of Rey and Dominik Mysterio. Miz betrayed Paul, resulting in a SummerSlam match that Paul also won.
Paul entered into a contract with WWE in June, becoming one of the company’s first major deals under the new management of Nick Khan, Stephanie McMahon, & Paul Levesque. Logan Paul has stated that he believes his brother Jake will take part in WWE, and Jake has lately hinted that he may support his brother this weekend in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Reigns and Samu are cousins from the illustrious Anoa’i family. Sika Anoa’i, Reigns’ father, is Samu’s father Afa’s brother. Samu is a former WWE World Tag Team Champion as a member of The Headshrinkers, along with The Usos’ dad, WWE Hall of Famer Rikishi.
A possible backup for Logan Paul for Crown Jewel
WWE Chief Content Officer Paul Levesque has teased a possible backup for Logan Paul for Crown Jewel. Paul will face Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at this Saturday’s premium live event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. During a conference call to discuss WWE’s third-quarter 2022 financial statements, Levesque hyped the forthcoming PLE and hinted heavily that Jake Paul would be in his brother’s corner for the high-profile fight.
Without a doubt, Roman will bring the entire Bloodline with him, which begs the question of whether Logan will have his famous brother, Jake Paul, fresh off his victory over Anderson Silva, in his corner to help even the odds. As previously stated by Levesque, Paul recently defeated MMA legend Anderson Silva in a boxing fight in Glendale, Arizona. Paul’s pro boxing record now stands at 6-0. On social media, the Problem Child teased a trip to Saudi Arabia. Fans will soon find out if he’s not a part of the event.