Logan Paul drew a lot of attention when he bridged the gap between YouTuber turned boxer and WWE. He has only completed twice, but both of those matches impressed fans and critics alike. Since the road to WrestleMania is starting up soon, Logan Paul’s name is churning in the rumor mill in a big way.

Logan Paul’s last match took place at WWE Crown Jewel in November 2022. He reportedly sustained injuries and has been rehabbing his MCL and meniscus. Luckily, Logan Paul did not sustain an ACL injury in that Undisputed Universal Title match against Roman Reigns.

Ringside News reached out to a tenured member of the WWE creative team to verify some stories going around about Logan Paul. We were told that Paul was a part of WrestleMania ideas, but no spoilers were confirmed. What we were able to confirm is that no narrative about Logan Paul’s WrestleMania match is correct at this point.

“There have been ideas discussed. Since no one has it right, no spoilers.”

Ringside News exclusively confirmed that Triple H has WrestleMania plans in place. If Logan Paul is a part of those plans, then no current report about his match has it right.

There are a few stories going around about Logan Paul and WrestleMania. One popular idea going around is that The Maverick will square off against John Cena. It seems that is not happening, but it doesn’t mean Logan Paul is not getting another WrestleMania moment.

Logan Paul made headlines in the wrong way in recent memory, because he was implicated in a scam. The CryptoZoo NFT “game” never worked from mint day, but they carried on and baited investors with false hope while Paul’s team was run by shady characters. Logan Paul promised to make things right, but there is some doubt. After all, he has to revive an NFT community where the only real diamond-handed holders are going to be very skeptical, or they’re just flippers waiting for the project to do anything, so they can get some sort of exit liquidity.

As far as WWE is concerned, it seems that Triple H is still game to book Logan Paul, because he still has millions of loyal fans who would tune in just to see his next match. Here’s hoping that Logan Paul’s injuries from WWE Crown Jewel heal up in time.

What’s your take on Logan Paul’s booking in WWE? Sound off in the comments!

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