Logan Paul Looks Like Mess After Riochet Botch

Logan Paul and Ricochet had a challenging time during the Men’s Ladder Match at the WWE Money in the Bank 2023 event held at the O2 Arena in London, England. They both suffered injuries as a result.



During the match, Paul took a hard fall and landed on his face after being pushed off a ladder by LA Knight. Additionally, he had a botched landing during a Spanish Fly move through double tables at ringside.

After the event, Paul shared photos on social media showcasing welts and cuts on his back. In his post, he expressed his fondness for the sport despite the physical toll it had taken on him. Ricochet also commented after the intense match, indicating that he would be willing to do it all over again.

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During the Money in the Bank event, Logan Paul and Ricochet attempted to recreate a memorable moment similar to their collision at the Royal Rumble. They had planned to jump off a ladder simultaneously, land on the top rope, and then execute a Spanish Fly maneuver through the tables. However, their execution did not go as planned, and the spot did not work out as intended.

According to Bryan Alvarez of Wrestling Observer Radio, it is unclear if Logan Paul and Ricochet rehearsed that specific spot beforehand, as the Money in the Bank match is typically rehearsed. Despite the botched move, they still managed to create a lasting memory from the event. Logan Paul sustained cuts on his back, and Ricochet took a hard bump during the spot.

“They tried, as the ladder fell, to jump off the ladder, land on the top rop at the same time and immediately spring into a Spanish fly through the tables at the same time.”

New footage from the event without WWE’s camera cuts reveals the nature of the botched move, and it was necessary for the wrestlers to adapt and set up an alternative sequence. Additionally, the crowd expressed their disapproval by booing whenever LA Knight delivered a blow early in the video.

Harrison Carter
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