WWE has a few part-time performers who are also huge celebrities outside the pro wrestling world. Bad Bunny and Logan Paul have both appeared for WWE, with Paul’s next appearance coming up on RAW in Cleveland next week. If you ask the Maverick, Bunny has no business being as good as he is.

WWE fans historically have low expectations for celebrity wrestling matches, as they often fail to meet the hype. However, the landscape has started to shift recently, thanks to notable performances from individuals like Logan Paul and Bad Bunny. These celebrities have played a significant role in altering the perception of such matches.

During an episode of his podcast, “IMPAULSIVE,” Logan Paul discussed Bad Bunny and praised his impressive transition into the world of wrestling.

“This is what I say to people who are trying to compare me and Bad Bunny in … WWE,” Paul said. “I wrestled in high school. I did sports and athletics. I am a YouTuber, but I’m an athlete, bro. I was an athlete first. I always have been. … Bunny is a musician, dude. He has no business being as good as he is. … He comes in there and he crushes it.”


Logan Paul and Bad Bunny have never met in a WWE ring before. That being said, anything is possible in WWE. Putting those two against each other in some form might be huge business for WWE, and everyone else involved.

We will keep a close eye on Logan Paul. With Money in the Bank coming up, Paul could have his eye on interrupting someone’s plan. After all, The Maverick has caught a flight to London in the past.

What’s your take on Logan Paul’s current situation in WWE? Do you want to see him get a push? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

Felix Upton is a seasoned writer with over 30 years of experience. He began his career writing advertisements for local newspapers in New York before transitioning to publishing news for Ringside News. His expertise includes writing, editing, research, photo editing, and video editing. In his free time, he enjoys bungee jumping and learning extinct languages.

Disqus Comments Loading...