The match between Logan Paul and Roman Reigns is set to take place on Saturday at the Mrsool Park in Saudi Arabia, and the challenger desperately needs support. The Usos, Solo Sikoa, and Sami Zayn, are the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions, and they are among The Head of the Table’s Bloodline allies along with Special Counsel Paul Heyman.
The challenger would be “totally out of his mind” if he believes he is only going to face Reigns this Saturday, WWE superstar Karrion Kross recently told SunSport. The former YouTube star who is now a pro wrestler will thus require a lot of support.
And who else than his own 25-year-old brother Jake Paul, who is currently having great success in boxing? Jake, who has never encountered a professional boxer, beats MMA veteran Anderson Silva on Saturday, extending his undefeated boxing run to six victories.
Logan told FOX “Truthfully, I think it’s inevitable. I’m biased, but I think what we’re doing is incredibly exciting, at least for me, personally, it is incredibly exciting.” Logan recently said that Jake’s transfer to WWE is “inevitable.” Logan also accepted that he needed support to take on Reigns in Saudi.
Shawn Micheals gives his honest opinion on Logan Paul
WWE Legend Shawn Michaels provides an honest view on Logan Paul’s chances versus Roman Reigns.
Shawn Michaels offered his unvarnished assessment of Paul’s chances of defeating Reigns in Saudi on ImPaulsive: “This is number three right for you? Like in my third one, am I going to beat one of the best of all time? Well, I mean, you know, cut me some slack,” said Michaels. “I mean it took me 10 years and you know, I’m one of the greatest of all time. And not that you can’t get there but at number three, I think you’re going to do fantastic.”
At WrestleMania 38, Logan Paul made his pro debut by teaming up with The Miz to beat The Mysterios. Later, he faced The Miz in his first-ever singles bout and won by using The Miz’s signature finishing maneuver to defeat The A-Lister at the SummerSlam.
It will be exciting to see if Paul can pull the unthinkable and halt Roman Reigns’ dominance, which has lasted for more than two years, in order to claim the title of undisputed champion.