Logan Paul opened up about his experience wrestling a match at WrestleMania 38 this past weekend.
On his Impaulsive podcast, Paul talked about teaming with The Miz to take on The Mysterios, noting he had not practiced some of the moves he did during the match.
"By the way, I didn’t practice any of those moves," Paul claimed. "That surface is hard. It’s not bouncy. There’s no give, there’s wood. You can’t do those moves in practice because it compromises the body."
He mentioned he had never practiced a suplex before taking one. He also mentioned that the adrenaline between wrestling a match and doing a boxing match was completely different.
Paul also thought that WWE liked him because he didn’t have a WWE fanbase, and perhaps sees him as bridging a gap between his and WWE’s fanbases.
“I think that’s why they like me here. I believe part of my value is bridging the gap between the mainstream and WWE world. If I do end up getting more involved, I would love to bridge that gap with creativity. I think there’s a way to make some sort of mainstream cultural phenomenon with WWE.”
Paul teamed up with The Miz to defeat Rey and Dominik Mysterio at WrestleMania 38 this past weekend. After the match, however, The Miz turned on Paul, laying him out with the Skull Crashing Finale.