Logan Paul recently opened up about his dangerous moves against Rey Mysterio at WWE Crown Jewel.
Logan has definitely grown a lot “in the ring” since his debut in WWE. Although he has only competed in a few games, he has proven to be one of the best athletes in the company. He showed everyone that he had the natural ability to compete with some of the best wrestlers in the business.
His efforts in the ring earned him a chance to face Rey Mysterio for the United States Championship. crown jewelLogan ultimately won the match and earned his first title shot in WWE. However, during the match, Logan performed a springboard moonsault on Mysterio. Although the move was dangerous, Logan didn’t seem worried.
in his latest episode Impulsive In the podcast, he said the springboard moonsault was one of the craziest moves he’s ever done in his life.
“I knew this was going to be a huge moment in my life. Rey Mysterio – the greatest wrestler of all time – was in my arms, and I was about to do something I’d never done before. Over the backflip…I’ve never done that before. We just sent it and thank God everything is okay. “
Paul went on to say that he wanted to go to the Performance Center to learn and get better. He also said that he wanted to appear more on RAW and smack down.
“I want to get in front of the computer and start training and maybe make some more appearances on Monday Night RAW and SmackDown so I can gain respect and maybe gain experience,” he added. What I can do, and what I’m happy to do, is anything that’s risky. I’m mean, I don’t give af***. I will send it. ” [H/T Wrestling Inc.]
Logan Paul talks about a bad incident that happened at WWE Crown Jewel
Although Rey Mysterio After an incredible match with Logan Paul at Crown Jewel, there was one moment in the match that could have been fatal for the wrestler. During the match, Mysterio performed a springboard moonsault and almost fell on his head. As luck would have it, Paul’s quick thinking allowed him to catch Mysterio and turn him into a power slam.
Logan Paul opens up about botched move during his Impulsive In the podcast, he also blames himself for this terrible place.
“After evaluating my performance, while I think I did save Rey Mysterio, I think I also nearly killed Rey Mysterio. I think I was too behind for that move, and I think He didn’t clear enough ground for the move. That’s what happened. I was too far back and he didn’t clear enough ground. I think, we both made a mistake and I had to catch him. I had to catch him. Him. And I wouldn’t catch him not doing it, like, honestly, as much as I love the headlines and I love being gaslighted like this, I’m just doing my job,” he said. [From 02:37 – 03:11]
Now that Logan Paul has become the United States Champion, it will be interesting to see if he appears on WWE television more.
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