Logan Paul Claims He’ll Learn To Wrestle Quicker Than Bad Bunny

Logan Paul holding a WWE microphone

Logan Paul has spoken ahead of his in-ring debut at WrestleMania 38, comparing himself coming in to the sport to the way Bad Bunny has and claiming that it will take him far less time to train to compete.

Known as a YouTube star, Logan Paul will make his in-ring debut at ‘The Showcase Of The Immortals’ where he will team with The Miz to take on Dominik and Rey Mysterio. This will be his second consecutive appearance at the showpiece event, having been in the corner of Kevin Owens for his match against Sami Zayn at WrestleMania 37, and took a stunner after the contest from KO.

Logan Paul has spoken to TMZ Sports ahead of this year’s event, and credited The Miz for the way he has been mentoring him in preparation for the match.

He’s an awesome partner and mentor, obviously, he’s been in this business forever. Having him on my side to handhold me through the basics has been fantastic. I’m learning quickly and the more I learn the quicker I’m learning. It takes me one attempt at something before I’ve got it and once I know the ins and outs of the sport, the sky’s the limit, to be honest.

The Miz is no stranger to teaming with celebrities at WrestleMania, as last year he took on Bad Bunny in a tag team match which also included Damian Priest and John Morrison. Discussing what Bad Bunny achieved last year, Paul complimented him but said it’ll take him less time to train due to the fact wrestling is coming naturally to him.

It’s interesting because Bad Bunny performed at WrestleMania last year and he was incredible, right? Everyone is comparing me to Bad Bunny, like, ‘He was training for this long’ or whatever. All due respect to Bad Bunny, I don’t think I need to be in there as long to pick it up. It just comes very naturally to me and I want to raise the bar. He set the bar very high and so it’s a good little push for me.

With thanks to Fightful for the transcription.