Logan Paul Doesn’t Care If WWE Fans Like Him Or Not

Logan Paul

Logan Paul says he “could give two sh*ts” if WWE fans like him or not but that after Crown Jewel they will respect him.

Social media star Logan Paul burst onto the WWE scene in 2022 after making a rather unpopular appearance at WrestleMania 37 in 2021 that saw him flattened with a Stunner from Kevin Owens.

In 2022, Paul competed in his first WWE match at WrestleMania 38 when he teamed with The Miz to defeat The Mysterios. After the match, The Miz turned on his partner and nailed Logan Paul with his Skull Crushing Finale. Ultimately that led to the two men meeting at SummerSlam in a one-on-one encounter that Paul both won and stole the show with his performance.

Now a whole other kettle of fish awaits Logan Paul at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia as he challenges Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. In an interview with WWE ahead of Crown Jewel, Logan Paul says he’s looking to leave fans with no option but to respect what he does:

“If the WWE fans don’t already respect me, after Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia on November 5th, you will be forced to respect me. You might not like me. I might not be your favorite wrestler, but you will have to respect what I can do in that ring, and that’s my goal. I could give two ***** who likes me or not, but you will always acknowledge that when I get in that ring, you are going to be entertained. That’s my goal.”

WWE’s Crown Jewel is taking place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Saturday 5th November. Tune in via the WWE Network: or on BT Sport in the UK.