Logan Paul Costs Seth Rollins US Title At Elimination Chamber

Logan Paul

With the Elimination Chamber match for the US Title down to Seth Rollins and Austin Theory, it was Logan Paul that stopped Rollins from winning the gold.

Logan Paul has caused a stir since becoming part of WWE in 2022, despite only competing in four matches so far. He made his in-ring debut at WrestleMania 38 teaming with The Miz to defeat The Mysterios only for his partner to turn on him after the bout.

That led to Paul facing and defeating The Miz at SummerSlam before facing Roman Reigns in Saudi Arabia at Crown Jewel, failing to dethrone him as Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. Logan Paul returned unannounced in the men’s Royal Rumble match in 2023 and found an enemy for himself by eliminating Seth Rollins from the bout.

Seth Rollins recently launched into a tirade against Paul, claiming he’s only part of WWE for his own gain in an appearance on The Pat McAfee Show:

“He doesn’t care about nothing but himself. I can respect the hustle, alright, I really do because it takes hustle to get to where he is at and to get the opportunities he’s got, but at the end of the day, it’s about passion. No one is going to suit up and play in the NFL football because they’re a social media superstar, right? They’re going to get creamed.”

“He’s going to step into my world, and he’s going to get creamed. If you want to contribute and give back to our industry…you’re a fan of it, and you love it, right Pat? You’re a fan of it, you love it, you give back to it, you talk about it any chance you get, and you put it over. That’s not him, dude. That’s not him. He’s in it for himself. He’s in it for his own gain.”

At Elimination Chamber, the US Title Chamber match was down to Montez Ford, Seth Rollins, and Austin Theory when Ford was eliminated following a Stomp to the outside. Referees came to the ring to help Ford out and with the Chamber door open, Logan Paul struck attacking Rollins and allowing Theory to retain his title.

PWInsider earlier reported that the match between Rollins and Logan Paul is now “100% set in stone” for WrestleMania 39 in April.