Logan Paul’s stock continues to rise every time he appears on WWE television and he finally won the United States Championship at the WWE Crown Jewel event earlier this month. He is still going strong as the champion and now even his brother Jake Paul is down to team with him.

Jake Paul had not signed a deal with WWE, but he did show up in Saudi Arabia for the Crown Jewel event last year to watch his brother take on Roman Reigns. Fans started wondering if The Problem Child would make his way to WWE.

Jake Paul squared off against Andre August in a boxing match in Orlando, Florida this week. August is a 10-1 pro boxer and the fight was contested at cruiserweight (200 pounds) and was contracted for eight rounds, where he ended up winning via a 1st-round KO.

While speaking to MuscleManMalcolm, Jake Paul was asked if he had any interest in squaring off against Logan Paul for the United States Championship at WrestleMania 40. The Problem Child shot down the idea and instead opted to team up with his brother.

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Man, I’m trying to be on his team. I don’t want to go up against him. He’s a dog in WWE. I’m trying to be his tag team partner.”

This goes against Jake Paul recently stated that he was ready to face Logan Paul for the United States Championship. Logan Paul also doesn’t rule out bringing back Jake Paul to WWE, so it remains ot be seen whether the two brothers will finally team up inside a WWE ring at WrestleMania 40 next year.

What do you think of what Jake Paul had to say? Would you rather see Jake Paul and Logan Paul team up together instead of squaring off against each other? Share our thoughts in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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