Ricochet’s skills as a pro wrestler are bare none, as his incredible athleticism consistently makes him part of the highlight reels. He also had a tremendous spot with Logan Paul during the Royal Rumble match. It seems Ricochet told Logan Paul to go first for the insane spot.

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 launched themselves towards each other using the top rope, meeting in the air with a simultaneous clothesline.

While speaking with Chris Van Vliet, Ricochet talked about the aforementioned insane spot. Ricochet stated that he gave Paul instructions before the match to ensure the spot went perfectly.


“Going into it, I told him, ‘Listen, I want you to be as comfortable as possible, so I don’t want you to wait on me. I don’t want you to think about me. I don’t want you to even worry about me at all, so whenever you’re comfortable, you just go and I’ll time it off of your jump. I’ll time it off of you. I’ll go with you to make sure that we’re good.’ I was like, ‘But don’t worry if I’m gonna jump or if I’m gonna go. Don’t worry about me. You just go, and then I’ll follow you.'”

Ricochet is set to team up with Braun Strowman in a WrestleMania Showcase tag team match at WrestleMania 39. As for Logan Paul, he will square off against Seth Rollins at the same event. We’ll have to see how the matches will turn out.

What’s your take on what Ricochet said? Did you enjoy the Royal Rumble spot? Sound off in the comments!

Tags: Royal Rumble
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