Logan Paul officially signed a contract with WWE last month. He wasted no time in going after The Miz after getting betrayed by him at WrestleMania 38. Bobby Lashley also believes Logan Paul needs to learn the backstage rules in WWE.

At WWE SummerSlam, Logan Paul faced The Miz in a singles match. The Maverick put on an astounding performance as he pulled off many impressive moves, including his insane frog splash to The Miz from the outside.

Logan Paul was victorious in his first singles match and made some new fans along the way. While speaking with Scott Fishman of TV Insider, Bobby Lashley stated that he feels Logan Paul needs to learn the backstage rules in WWE.

“I’m interested to see how it works out. I know he put in the work. There is a difference, though. When I first came into the business, you went up and shook everyone’s hand to get to know everyone. I haven’t gotten the chance to know Logan that much. He has passed by a few times. I walked by and shook his hand. I don’t know if he’ll be a full-time person on the roster, but it would be good for him to shake a little more hands and get to know more people. For the most part, he has been doing great. The times he has gotten in there he has picked it up so quickly. He hasn’t had the opportunity to settle in though. If he settles in, I think he will do good.”


Logan Paul also won’t be back in WWE for a while, as he is preparing for a boxing match in December. X-Pac also thinks Paul could be a WWE Champion one day. We’ll have to see when The Maverick returns to WWE television.

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