Triple H Confronts Logan Paul Backstage

YouTube personality turned professional boxer Logan Paul is currently one of the most popular celebrities in the world right now. He has been involved in a storyline in WWE back in April, as he was in Sami Zayn’s corner for his match against former WWE Universal champion Kevin Owens at WrestleMania 37. Logan Paul also recently leaked a bad Randy Orton text message.



He was involved in a feud with The Mysterios, as he was teaming up with The Miz, the former two-time WWE Champion and former multi-time WWE Intercontinental champion, and set to square off against the father and son combination of Rey and Dominik Mysterio in a tag team match at WWE WrestleMania 38. That ended up happening as the two teams duked it out on the Grandest Stage Of Them All.

Logan Paul and The Miz managed to win the match, thus Logan Paul would be successful in his in-ring debut at WrestleMania 38. However, “The A-Lister” betrayed Paul by hitting him with a Skull Crushing Finale.

Logan Paul recently spoke on his Impaulsive podcast, where he revealed that big piece of advice Triple H gave him.
“Literally right before I went on, Triple H came up to me. He goes like, ‘Just so you know, it’s not always about physicality, people want to see your charisma. They want to see you, your personality.’ So I took that advice and I was thinking about what he said during some of the displays and trying to just come through the screen so people could feel my emotions

During a recent interview with BT Sport’s Ariel Helwani, Cody Rhodes revealed that he wouldn’t take back the infamous moment during AEW’s 2019 Double or Nothing pay-per-view where he smashed a throne very similar to the one Triple H himself would sit on. Credit to Cultaholic for the below.

“Hell no, no, because that’s what he would have done. One of the things I remember, I don’t think I was even Stardust yet. I ran up to Gorilla position, I’m huffing and puffing. I was mad about something, but not mad, and I knew I should speak to Vince or Hunter. I spoke to Hunter and he said, ‘I understand’, he had his headphones on and was taking time off this segment to have this conversation, ‘Maybe go in the writer’s room right now and rattle the cages. Make a scene. You’re not getting in trouble, go in and let them know’.

Cody would continue: “He wasn’t passing me off as much as he sincerely was…the door has their names on it, knock and say your peace. What’s the worst that can happen? Doing this without far. It’s very easy to be scared. We’re surrounded by giants in the business. Vince is a giant in the business. Undertaker, Steve Austin. We have to get ours. We have to keep the pot going and grow into these top stars ourselves. I don’t think I’d change a thing. I definitely wouldn’t change the throne”.
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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