Beginning this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW, a fight broke out between The Miz and Logan Paul, a fresh WWE signee.
The social media star and The Miz defeated Rey and Dominik Mysterio in a tag team match at WrestleMania 38.
The previous world champion eventually betrayed the YouTuber even though they had won.
Paul recently signed a multi-year contract with WWE, and he has already stated his intention to exact retribution on the A-Lister for his wrongdoings.
On this week’s RAW, which was televised live from Madison Square Garden, it was revealed that Logan Paul would be hosting a live episode of Impulsive.
The commentary then backed up the assertion that The Miz responded to Paul’s request for action before the start of the show.
In response to the argument on RAW, The Miz tweeted at Logan Paul.
The two men are due to face off at SummerSlam on July 30.
Brawling by Logan Paul – boasts about his first few weeks in the WWE while claiming to have been born to wrestle.
Logan Paul is confident that he would become an honorable professional wrestler. RAW will be unexpectedly introduced by a WWE Superstar.
Paul’s second WWE match, which will take place this coming Saturday at SummerSlam, will include The Miz as his opponent.
The Miz turned on Paul after their tag team victory against the Mysterios at WrestleMania 38, which led to the match.
Logan Paul is seen getting ready for his return to the ring on Saturday in a video that WWE posted on social media today.
He asserted that he believes he may have been born with the potential to become a professional wrestler: “I can’t wait to go back in there, man,” said Logan Paul. “It’s possible that I was made to do this.
I think that I was made for grappling.
We’ll figure that out.”
In the same video where Logan Paul claimed to have fallen in love with pro wrestling,
The Maverick revealed his recent interest in the sport.
Although Paul didn’t initially intend to compete for WWE, he admitted that after his WrestleMania match with Logan, he had fallen in love with the business. Paul disclosed that it served as some inspiration for his manager’s decision to join WWE. He thought I’d be great at it, and I hadn’t considered it as a career move, but after WrestleMania, I just kind of fell in love with it, as I do with most everything I attempt and end up doing.