Logan Paul was Sami Zayn’s special guest of honor for his WrestleMania match against Kevin Owens. In the end, Kevin Owens got the win and hit Paul with a Stunner. That move was apparently very real, especially for Logan Paul.

During his Impaulsive Podcast, Logan Paul spoke about his time in WWE. He praised WWE Superstars for having a unique skillset that allows them to take a tremendous amount of damage. He might have thought WWE was fake going into WrestleMania, but that mindset obviously changed.

“I had people come up to me who were like, ‘Yo, you sold the sh*t out of that stunner!’ Sold? I actually got f*cked up. It’s real. Going there, that’s one of the things I realize about WWE. These motherf*ckers go so hard they are literally beating the sh*t out of their bodies, throwing themselves distances no man should ever travel in the air. I’ve never seen anything like it. The whole ‘it’s fake narrative’ has died because people realize it’s real. It’s a skillset. I witnessed it with the stunner. As soon as I did it, the ref comes over and is like, ‘are you okay?’ I’m like ‘Yeah, I’m fine,’ because it looked real. I committed myself to it.”

Logan Paul had his time at WrestleMania and now he is moving onto his next endeavor. It seems like he has a new appreciation for pro wrestling after his short stint in WWE. Perhaps someday he can return and take even more damage in the ring.


Transcription by Thirsty

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