Conrad Thompson said on Ric Flair’s podcast he saw Logan Paul rehabbing his injury in a video, and it definitely was not as bad as Logan initially claimed. Jake Paul has now backed up this claim.
Ever heard of the story, “The Boy Who Cried Wolf”? It is typically told to young children in hopes of steering them away from becoming adult liars – because we certainly do need less of them. If Ric Flair’s podcast (who even knew he had one) tells us anything, is that Logan Paul wasn’t told the story of the boy who cried wolf enough by his parents when he was a child. Not only that, but that no fan should trust a word he says moving forward.
According to a recent upload by https://www.fightful.com/wrestling/jake-paul-gives-update-logan-paul-s-injury-status Logan gives an update – and take it with a large pinch of salt, regarding his most recent injury:
At the recent WWE Crown Jewel event, Logan Paul took on Roman Reigns in a WWE Universal Championship bout. Although Paul did end up losing the match (thankfully), the YouTube (lol) megastar seemingly gained a lot of fan support after the match due to his performance against WWE’s top star. But again, Logan is a “YouTuber”. He’s not a class act like AEW’S MJF. Nowhere near it.
After the match with Reigns, Paul revealed that he suffered multiple knee injuries. Originally, Paul said that he tore his MCL, meniscus, and potentially his ACL.
In a new interview with DAZN, Jake Paul gave an update on Logan’s current status.
“He’s doing better than expected. They thought it was [an ACL injury], but it just turned out to be the MCL and Meniscus, which is better. He’s rehabbing it in LA and hoping for the best.”
Paul is optimistic about a quick return from injury as he noted on the most recent episode of ImPAULsive that he texted Triple H about potentially facing John Cena at WrestleMania 39. If this happens I think it’s safe to say that WWE will go up in a blaze of fire and seal its own death.
On the same episode of ImPAULsive, Paul expressed his gratitude to WWE and the locker room.