Logan Paul Says He’s “THE Bad Guy” In WWE

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Logan Paul loves getting booed by WWE fans.

Paul, who originally found the negative reactions hard to deal with, now enjoys hearing the WWE Universe voice their feelings about him.

Speaking with Stephen A. Smith, Paul revealed how it feels when tens of thousands of people are booing him and has even got his future wife to join in with the masses:

“I’m here to put on a show. My fiancé, who recently started coming to my wrestling shows, asked me, ‘Does it bother you when the whole stadium is booing you?’ I said, ‘Nina, the commodity here is time. It’s not about being liked. People are giving me their most valuable commodity, which is their time. If I can evoke a reaction out of the consumer, we’ve won.'”

The boxer continued, revealing how he enjoys the feeling of enticing a live crowd, and believes that he is the top heel in the company:

“I’m not a bad guy, I’m THE bad guy,” Paul continued. “And it’s f—ing fantastic. When I’m there, just being an a-hole, puppeteering the crowd, and getting under my opponent’s skin in every little way I can, there’s a part of me that ignites. It’s a little scary, but I love the idea of being able to — essentially — conduct an entire audience however I want, whenever I want with what I say.”

When Did Logan Paul Debut For WWE?

The YouTube star’s first in-ring match took place at WrestleMania, where Paul teamed with The Miz to defeat The Mysterios on night one of the biggest show of the year. The in-ring skills and fan reactions to the social media star did not go unnoticed backstage, with Vince McMahon giving a glowing review on the debut performance.