Logan Paul gained fame as a YouTuber and professional boxer, and his popularity skyrocketed after his recent appearance in WWE. He delivered impressive performances against top talent like The Miz and Roman Reigns and made a stunning return during the Royal Rumble event, where he had an unforgettable moment with Ricochet. Logan Paul also reflected on the insane spot with Ricochet at the event.

Logan Paul made a surprise appearance in the Men’s Royal Rumble match, stunning everyone at the event. He entered the ring at number 29, to the delight of the crowd who gave him a huge reception.

Ricochet and Paul positioned themselves on opposite sides of the apron and then simultaneously launched themselves towards each other using the top rope, meeting in the air with a simultaneous clothesline.

While speaking on his Impaulsive podcast, Logan looked back on the spot and noted how he thought it was impossible, but felt euphoric after being able to execute the spot.

The move, we both do a springboard…when this move was pitched to me, I was like, ‘is that possible?’ Generally, when I have that reaction, it’s a good thing because if it is (possible), it’s incredible. I don’t think it’s been done before. The wrestling purists will perhaps come down on me for this, but I don’t think it’s been done before, which is what I like to do. I like to chase those moments that are really fresh and create that social media buzz. Mid-air, me and Ricochet clothesline the sh*t out of each other at 1000 miles an hour and then, when we landed, because we’re falling from seven, eight feet, I crawl out of the ring, I have some time there to sit on the edge. Someone gave me PRIME, shoutout to that person. Got back in the ring and managed to finish it.

Logan Paul has already called out Andrew Tate for a UFC fight. We will have to wait and see what WWE will have planned for Logan Paul, now that he is back in the company.

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Tags: Royal Rumble
Subhojeet Mukherjee

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