Logan Paul is going to have a great coach



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Logan Paul is going to have a great coach

Logan Paul has already conquered the WWE Universe thanks to a series of amazing performances. The famous Youtuber has adapted very easily to this business and seems to have all the credentials to break through. Logan will have a chance to win his first WWE title at Crown Jewel next month when he faces Roman Reigns.

The 'Tribal Chief' has been the iconic face of the company for a couple of years and no one has managed to break his hegemony so far. The former Shield member got the better of Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 38 and SummerSlam, as well as beating Drew McIntyre at Clash at the Castle.

Paul and Reigns will have a SmackDown confrontation next week, one day before Extreme Rules. The match between the two was confirmed during a press conference held in Las Vegas. Crown Jewel will be staged on November 5 at Mrsool Park in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

New details on Logan Paul

A guest on the latest edition of the 'After The Bell' podcast, former WWE star Shane Helms revealed that he will coach Logan Paul in Puerto Rico and at the Performance Center. “Logan Paul is a full-fledged wrestler now and he gets paid well for it.

He has an extraordinary talent and his performances have left everyone speechless. I believe that 2022 was the craziest year in the history of this business. He will train Logan in Puerto Rico and at the PC, so that he will be ready for the event in Saudi Arabia.

It will have to be intense and ruthless to have a chance against Roman Reigns,” said Helms. In a recent interview, Drew McIntyre expressed his sincere opinion on Logan Paul: “I understand that WWE wants to involve celebrities, especially those who work hard.

Logan did a great job, but I don't know if I would have sent him to fight for the world title. That chance should be reserved for athletes who perform every day and who have been on the roster for years and years. I think Roman will destroy it."

Logan Paul has commented on why he made the decision to sign with WWE. "Passion, when I did WrestleMania, I had so much fun. All my friends had fun, we were all smiling. It was awesome. I was looking at the clips, 'I can't believe that was me.

Those were big jumps.' Business, it's smart, they pay well. WWE, it's a big organization. Media, it's a show. It's great performance and entertainment. I'm excited for this journey and I am well aware of how powerful of a launch pad it can be for whatever I want to do in life."