In the penultimate episode of Friday Night Smackdown, Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens had come at loggerheads once again, after years of not crossing the WWE rings anymore, with the former Intercontinental champion who, after having begun to carry on his battle against the surprises and the wickedness of the management towards him, he saw fit to attack the former friend/enemy, who was stationary at the federation's comment table, while he was commenting on Sami's match from the ringside.
After this sneaky attack came behind him, in last week's episode, Kevin Owens forced Sami Zayn to accept a WrestleMania match between the two, in order to do justice to that free attack he suffered the week before, with Sami Zayn then sharing that the recent episode of Friday Night Raw would feature the famous YouTuber, Logan Paul.
During the episode of the blue show that aired in the night, Logan Paul appeared in a segment with the presence of Sami Zayn, as had been advertised last week in Smackdown, with the very famous boy of the Vines, who, however, did not find any feedback.
with what Sami was asserting until recently.
Logan Paul could be involved in a match at WrestleMania 37
During the segment, Logan Paul was invited by Sami Zayn to take part in the WrestleMania match between him and Kevin Owens, with a role that has not yet been well defined and Paul has gladly accepted this invitation, confirming that he will be there at the Showcase of the Immortals.
Shortly after the chat, Logan Paul also saw the trailer for the documentary that Sami Zayn had prepared for the occasion, with which he was supposed to make the world understand all the abuses suffered at the hands of the WWE, but apparently, Logan Paul didn't find anything strange in it, just as Kevin Owens said two weeks ago.
Not even the time to hear the answer, that Kevin Owens attacked former friend, Sami, with a resounding Stunner, which left him so stunned in the ring, without being able to reply to his interlocutor. We'll see at Wrestlemania what kind of role the famous YouTuber will have, in what appears to be a red herring, that WWE has put up just to attract as many people as possible to follow the exploits of its Superstars, even in the midst of that audience that usually does not follow the deeds of the company.