Logan Paul and Ricochet were able to have quite a moment at the Royal Rumble as they collided in the middle of the air. They followed that up with a big stunt at Money in the Bank that was a bit of a botch, but it is still going to play out in a SummerSlam match. Ricochet didn’t really have an opinion about the Maverick prior to mixing it up in WWE.

Ricochet has been around WWE for long enough that a celebrity sighting is nothign new for him. He was still impressed to see that someone like Logan Paul also put in the work at the WWE Performance Center.

While speaking to Chris Van Vliet on Insight, Ricochet was asked for his initial impression of Paul. He said that there were no preconceived notions, but he was curious to see how working with him goes. So far, Ricochet and Logan Paul have been able to work together well.

“I never had any preconceived notions. I just think, we have people come in all the time, so it’s nothing new to me. Seeing that he was actually at the PC [WWE Performance Center] training with Shawn (Michaels) and people down there and putting the work in for the match — the tag match with Miz and the other match with Miz. When he initially came in, I was curious to see what happened, and then to see what he’s done since has been pretty cool.”


We will have to see what is next for Logan Paul and Ricochet on the road to SummerSlam. WWE still has a go-home episode of RAW to get out of the way, and you never know what the company will bring to add more stakes to the match.

Although Ringside News exclusively reported that there are currently no creative ideas for Jake Paul to make his way to WWE, Logan Paul is obviously a much different story. Keep checking back as we continue covering this ongoing story, because this could be a very interesting ride.

Logan Paul has been booked against some of the best that WWE has to offer so far. Who would you book him against next? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think about him in WWE!

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Felix Upton

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