Jake Paul may be known as the ‘The Problem Child’ but the one problem he doesn’t have is certainly having the back of his brother, fellow social media star turned combat sports sensation, Logan Paul. During the WWE WrestleMania 38 pre-show, Jake Paul was a guest on the kick-off panel. Paul’s brother Logan will be in a tag team contest during night one as Logan will be tagging with former two-time WWE Champion The Miz to take on the father and son tag team duo of Rey and Dominik Mysterio.
During the conversation, Jake was asked he was asked if he would enter the WWE ring one day, to which he responded by stating he would enter the ring tonight if anyone booed his brother. WWE WrestleMania 38 on pay-per-view worldwide and is available to stream through Peacock in the United States and the WWE Network internationally. It is held as a two-night event, taking place on April 2 and 3, 2022, at the AT&T Stadium in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex city of Arlington, Texas.
In other news concerning boxing megastar Jake Paul, the ever-popular online streamer Asmongold discussed why he has respect for the Paul brothers during a recent Twitch broadcast. Credit to Dexerto for the below.
“He literally got right into the arena. He got ready to get his ass beat, right? He got punched in the face for this sh*t,” the streamer said. “There’s actually something that’s entertaining about him.”
He would continue: “By the way, Logan Paul said the best game ever was Burning Crusade. He played a gnome mage. “So, I used to think Logan Paul was an a**hole, and he did do that NFT thing where he scammed people out of millions of dollars, but he liked Burning Crusade, so I think it’s kinda a wash,” the streamer joked.