Logan Paul looks to take his viral WWE moments to new heights. Literally.
The social media star has trended on multiple occasions following his feats of athleticism which have included filming himself whilst executing a Frog Splash onto Roman Reigns and colliding mid-air with Ricochet.
Always looking to be the highlight of the night, Paul wants to join a very exclusive club in wrestling by being over of very few who have jumped or fallen off the Hell in a Cell structure.
During his Impaulsive podcast, Paul was asked if he would recreate one of the most dangerous spots in WWE history. The boxer said that he would jump at the opportunity as he enjoys executing high-flying manoeuvres:
“Dude. Dude, of course. Of course. I’m trying to go as high as I possibly can. They’re a little safer now in 2023 than they were before. I’m only allowed to do certain things, but when I say I want to go as high as I can, I mean it. I love soaring dude, I love flying through the f*cking air as high as I possibly can and landing on tables or people.”
Whilst Shawn Michaels, Drew McIntyre, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose have all fallen from the side of the structure, only 3 Superstars have ever jumped or have been pushed from the very top. Most famously, Mick Foley was launched off the top by The Undertaker in 1998 and The Deadman gave the same fate to Rikishi in 2000.
Shane McMahon is the only wrestler to jump from the Cell twice. Following the elbow drop from the top at WrestleMania 32, McMahon would repeat the stunt at the Hell in a Cell event in 2017.
Logan Paul Returns To Boxing
With a return date to wrestling unknown, Paul will compete in his second-ever professional boxing match in October. The match has drawn the attention of multiple fighters, with Conor McGregor stating that he wants to be next in line.
H/t to Fightful