Logan Paul On His WWE WrestleMania Match: I Want To Be Humble, But I'm Good At This

Logan Paul comments on his WrestleMania 38 match

Logan Paul made his WWE in-ring debut on Saturday, teaming with The Miz at WrestleMania 38 to take on Rey and Dominik Mysterio. 

The exhibition boxing star reflected on the experience on his Impaulsive podcast and Paul admitted he thinks WWE like booking him because he helps bridge the gap between WWE and mainstream culture. 

"The adrenaline is crazy. The crowd's going nuts. Something about the energy for a wrestling event and a boxing match is so different. Wrestling's more fun. I don't have a WWE fan base. And I think that's why they like me here. I believe part of my value comes in bridging the gap between mainstream and this WWE world, and I can kind of [bring them together]. And if I do end up getting more involved, I would love to help bridge that gap with creativity. I think there's a way to make it some sort of mainstream viral cultural phenomenon with WWE," Paul said.

Paul also noted that while he wants to be humble, he believes he is good at professional wrestling. 

"I had so much fun, and also, man, I wanna be humble and I will, but I'm good at this. I'm actually good at it. I realised, my whole life, I've been throwing my body off of things, I'm flexible. I do these stunts," he added.

Paul's performance at WrestleMania 38 was widely praised and he was loudly booed throughout his time in the ring, drawing effective heel heat. 

WWE did turn the social media personality babyface following the match, though, with The Miz laying Paul out with a Skull-Crushing Finale. 

H/T to WrestleZone

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