Logan Paul brought lot of attention to himself after joining WWE. Logan and Roman Reigns’ match at WWE Crown Jewel stunned their fans and critics alike. Unfortunately, Logan suffered terrible injury during combat, and it will probably take him six to eight months to recover.
Roman Reigns defeated Logan Paul in the tense main event of Crown Jewel 2022 to retain the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. When Reigns used a Superman Punch to take out his opponent and then a Spear to finish him off, the match was over. Before that, it was a back-and-forth exchange that kept fans captivated.
The WWE Universe heaped praise on Logan’s performance. He was extremely athletic, and the underdog was able to really hinder Reigns in his title defense. Roman won thanks to a diversion from The Bloodline for the nth time in a row.
After the incident, Logan Paul posted on Twitter to say that his fight with The Tribal Chief had caused him to tear his ACL and meniscus. The injury occurred in the middle of the 25-minute contest, which was an amazing feat given that he executed some daring plays.
According to the Mayo Clinic, healing from an ACL tear often takes six to nine months. Depending on the severity, it can take anywhere between six weeks and three months to mend a torn meniscus. Seth Rollins’ situation can be used as an illustration.
On November 4th, 2015, the multiple-time champion sustained a comparable injury when competing against Kane at a live event in Dublin, Ireland. Rollins’ injury necessitated surgery, and it is anticipated that he would be sidelined for six to nine months.
However, Rollins recovered quickly and competed in Extreme Rules in May of the following year. Logan Paul is anticipated to be fully recovered before the start of SummerSlam 2023. Only time will tell how fast it really takes.
During his time with WWE, Logan Paul competed in three high-profile matches, all of which took place at expensive live events. The company will try to use the YouTuber’s ability to connect with the crowd at its mega-events, and it seems to be working. For further updates, stay tuned to Ringside News.
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