Don’t be surprised if Youtuber-cum-boxer and boxing promoter Jake Paul jumps into the world of professional wrestling and starts off by performing against the elites. Paul’s elder brother, Logan Paul recently came huge on sports news when he delivered an unexpectedly tremendous performance at the 38th edition of WWE’s Wrestlemania. Logan made his professional wrestling debut in a tag team match alongside his tag team partner, The Miz, competing against Dominik and Rey Mysterio, aka The Mysterios.
As the narrative goes out, Logan and Miz won the tag team match in a dominant fashion, but now Miz has betrayed Logan and landed his signature move on Logan at the grandest stage of professional wrestling, followed by Logan seeking revenge now sooner or later. What else was more interesting was Logan coming out during the walkout to the professional wrestling ring in a customer yellow and black suit alongside a tag around his neck carrying a Pokemon card worth over 5 million dollars.
Jake Paul says if not for the crowd he would have ‘taken out’ The Miz
In an interview with the ESPN correspondent Marc Raimondi on the occasion of signing another boxer to his promotional agency Most Valuable Promotions, co-founded by him and his manager Nakisa Bidarian, Jake Paul also talks about the possibilities of experimenting with his stint in the world of professional wrestling. Paul also refers to the aforementioned incident between his brother Logan Paul and The Miz.
“I thought it [Wrestlemania 38] was really awesome,” says Paul “I’m a fan now and supporting Logan, I want to go to all the matches or as many as them I can and it was just really cool to see the production… I think I would kill The Miz… They’re lucky like I was in the crowd because otherwise, I would’ve gotten in there and taken out Miz, but it could be fun to mess around and do some WWE,” concludes Paul.
What do you make of Paul’s interest level in relation to someday imitating his brother’s steps and coming into professional wrestling? Do you think he will be successful in this venture as well? How about a younger Paul brother going against Miz in his WWE debut, maybe at Wrestlemania 39, what are your thoughts on this?