Logan Paul became one of WWE’s biggest surprises as his athletic ability immediately made him worth talking about in the company. His matches against Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and others further raised his stock to a level that he is well respected by fans and peers alike. Now it appears Paul admitted that he loves being the bad guy.

Logan Paul returned at WWE Money in the Bank, where he took part in the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match. After failing to win the match, he began feuding with Ricochet on Monday Night RAW.

This culminated in a match against Ricochet at the WWE SummerSlam Premium Live Event. The Maverick would end up winning the match after using a pair of brass knuckles.

Logan Paul has completely embraced his role as a heel. While speaking with Stephen A. Smith on The Stephen A. Smith Show, Logan Paul made it clear that he loves being a heel.

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“Stephen, I’m not a bad guy,” Paul said. “I’m the bad guy. And it’s f***** fantastic. I’ll be honest with you, when I’m up there, just being an a-hole, puppeteering the crowd, getting under my opponent’s skin in any little way I can, there’s a part of me that ignites. It’s a little scary, but I love the idea of being able to essentially conduct an entire audience however I want, whenever I want with what I say. I’ve recently leaned into being a heel, and I kind of like it.”

Logan Paul also got into legitimate fight with a fan during the Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz boxing match. We’ll have to wait and see when Logan Paul will make his return to WWE television.

What’s your take on what Logan Paul said? Do you think he is better suited as a heel? Let us know in the comments!

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