Logan Paul’s love for flying has led him to create some unique entrances for his WWE WrestleMania appearances.

At WrestleMania 38, Logan teamed up with The Miz to defeat Rey and Dominik Mysterio. However, before the match went down, Paul requested a zipline entrance, but WWE asked him to compete in a match first.

Speaking on his IMPAULSIVE podcast, Paul discussed his experience with the zipline entrance, revealing that he requested it again for his entrance at WrestleMania 39. Initially denied, Paul was determined to make it happen and even offered to cover the expenses. WWE finally agreed but it required calling four different companies to make it a reality.

“I love flying, which is why I requested the zipline. I requested the zipline last year at WrestleMania, my first WrestleMania ever. I said, ‘WWE, can I get a zipline in?’ They’re like, ‘Why don’t you get a match in first?’ I was like, alright, I get that. But this year, I requested the zipline again. It got denied, and I was like, ‘Hey, is it a liability thing?’ Can I convince them to do it? Is it an insurance thing? I’ll cover it. WWE got me a zipline into SoFi Stadium for my birthday. Very, very expensive stunt, and I love the WWE so much for doing this because when I was flying in the air on that zipline, I’m looking around at all these eyeballs and phones just pointed at me.”


After his loss to Seth Rollins at WWE WrestleMania 39, Logan Paul revealed that his contract with the company had come to an end, leaving him without a job. However, Rollins, who defeated Paul in his first-ever WrestleMania singles match, expressed his belief that WWE would be foolish not to bring the internet personality back.

“I mean, I might agree with that. I think Logan did a fantastic job. He exceeded my expectations. I think he’s a natural entertainer, and he’s obviously a quick learner, which is important in our industry. If he has any interest in continuing to do this sort of thing, I think there’s definitely a spot for him.”

While it remains to be seen if Logan Paul will return to WWE in the future, Rollins’ comments suggest that the door is open for the YouTube star to continue his foray into the world of professional wrestling.

Do you think Logan Paul should return to WWE after his impressive debut at WrestleMania 39? Leave a comment below.

Steve Carrier

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