Logan Paul Shares Video Of Incredible Splash At WWE Crown Jewel

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Logan Paul had an incredible moment at WWE Crown Jewel where he did a splash through a table, which he recorded on a phone camera as he did the move!

At WWE’s Crown Jewel event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Roman Reigns retained the Undisputed WWE Universal Title, but it was Logan Paul who really got people talking with his incredible performance that wowed viewers in the stadium and at home.

It was Logan’s third match in a WWE ring after picking up a tag team match win at WrestleMania 38 and beating The Miz at SummerSlam. While Logan was impressive in those match, he was really stepping up to another level by competing in the main event against a dominant champion like Reigns.

One of the moments in the Reigns-Logan match that really got a lot of attention was when Logan set up Reigns on the Arabic announce table. Logan would then go on to grab a phone from a friend at ringside, he had the video rolling and as he went up top for his next move, it was clear that he was going to film what he was going to do.

In a video that Logan and WWE posted on Instagram, Logan can be seen standing on the top rope while the camera was filming him. Logan told the Saudi crowd that this is what they want and yelled at Roman that he was going to go viral. That led to Logan jumping off the top with a Frog Splash which drove Roman through the commentary table.

The video has led to millions of views on Instagram while also going viral all over social media as well.

Following that spot, there was chaos in the match when The Usos got involved, which led to Logan’s brother Jake Paul showing up to help his brother. After Logan took out The Usos on the floor, Reigns recovered, hit a Superman Punch and a Spear for the win.

Unfortunately for Logan, he suffered a serious injury to his right knee with Paul noting it was a torn ACL, MCL and meniscus with more tests needed. If that diagnosis is confirmed then Logan is likely going to be unable to wrestle for at least eight or nine months, if not more.

Kudos to Logan for the innovative phone camera Frog Splash because it certainly got people talking about the show, which is a great thing for Logan and WWE.