Logan Paul on his proudest moment in WWE

“I was really enthusiastic to come into my own as a wrestler, so I really overprepared for that match"

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Logan Paul on his proudest moment in WWE
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In an interview with Sports Illustrated, Logan Paul promoted his match with Dillon Danis. His match against Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE World Heavyweight Championship was one of his proudest moments. Logan Paul could not believe that WWE executives have so much confidence in him, and that they really think he is the right person for such a big match!

“That’s my proudest performance in WWE,” he said, as quoted by pwmania.com! “It was my third match overall, and only my second singles match. Triple H and the executives trusted me to go with the face of the organization, headlining an event in Saudi Arabia.

I couldn’t believe they trusted me in that position, but I was so excited to show them I could do it”. Paul was a great enthusiast. He knew the responsibility he had and his preparations were demanding. It turned out that he was not trusted without reason.

“I was really enthusiastic to come into my own as a wrestler, so I really overprepared for that match,” he said. “It paid off. I pray that it’s going to age nicely, and maybe Roman and I can run it back.

He’s so, so good”.

Logan Paul compares wrestling and boxing

Logan also surprised many when he emphasized that wrestling is much more demanding than boxing. Preparations for boxing are much easier for him, while wrestling requires many more things.

“I've said this before – WWE is harder [than preparing boxing]. It's harder,” Paul told BoxingScene.com. “Boxing camp is pretty chill. All you do is show up, train, work hard, come home, eat, sleep, recover, repeat.

While it can be mentally taxing, I've lived in that space. I've been through so much. My mental fortitude is unhuman. Like, I fought Floyd Mayweather as a YouTuber who didn't have any wins. In that, I found that I have an abnormal mental fortitude. Wrestling is very difficult. It's hard, for sure."

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