Logan Paul has surprised the wrestling world with his skills and talents inside a WWE ring.

Paul recently signed new multi-year deal with WWE, and in a new interview with ESPN, he spoke about how grateful he is to have found something he’s good at, and how he plans to continue building his WWE legacy.

“I feel incredibly blessed to have found something that I’m good at, at 28 years old. And the fact that the organization believes I’m good enough to continue hopefully building this WWE legacy is mind-blowing. And I’m incredibly grateful and incredibly blessed. And as long as I can keep putting on good shows, man, I’m gonna keep doing this sport.”

Paul’s natural abilities in front of the camera and in the ring have drawn the attention of WWE’s Chief Content Officer, Paul “Triple H” Levesque, who described him as a game-changer. Levesque praised Paul’s natural talent for talking and being on camera, as well as his athleticism.


According to Levesque, Paul is exactly the kind of person WWE looks for in a superstar, regardless of whether he was an influencer or not. With his popularity on social media and his impressive performances inside the ring, Paul has already left a mark on WWE, and it looks like he’s here to stay.

“Logan has just been a game-changer,” Levesque said. “I mean, he’s probably the most natural guy I have ever seen. It’s almost like he was made for this business … Just being natural as far as talking and being on camera … he’s so good at that. And then his athleticism is just next level,” he added. “He’s exactly the kind of guy that I look for as a WWE superstar. Whether he was an influencer or not, he’d be the kind of guy I’d look for as a superstar.”

Paul’s journey in WWE is not without controversy, as his past behavior and social media presence have been criticized by many. However, his success in WWE is a testament to his dedication and hard work, and he is determined to keep putting on good shows for WWE fans. As Paul himself stated in the interview, “As long as I can keep putting on good shows, man, I’m gonna keep doing this sport.”

Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of RingsideNews. He has been writing about professional wrestling since 1996. He first got into website development at the time and has been focusing on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

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