Logan Paul is certainly one of the most well-known celebrities as far as online hype goes. The Maverick has done a lot to become a huge name in both YouTube and professional boxing. Paul also opened up about his experience in WWE so far.

The Miz joined forces with Logan Paul on Night 1 of WrestleMania 38, where the two managed to defeat The Mysterios in a shockingly solid tag team bout. The Miz turned on Logan Paul shortly after their match as well.

As previously reported, Logan Paul officially signed a contract with WWE. Since then, he has been working hard with his training and also appeared on WWE television a few times.

While speaking to TMZ Sports, The Maverick was asked about his thoughts on his experience in WWE so far. Logan Paul admitted that his experience has been quite hard.

“Yeah dog, the sh*t is hard!! The sh*t is so hard! I come from the non-WWE Universe. So, I know what people say about it, I know what people think about it before I entered. Like, I came from that place. And, now that I’m in it, my jaw has dropped.”

“It is such a difficult discipline that your body is simply not used to unless you do it for years.”

“You can’t just be a performer, physically. You have to be a showman. You have to go out there and get people excited with your voice, and then show up on the day and perform physically, and fight someone. It’s difficult.”

Logan Paul was also dragged for not belonging in WWE. Paul is certainly putting in the work ahead of his first singles match. It remains to be seen whether he’ll be able to defeat The Miz at WWE SummerSlam this Saturday or not.

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