Coming out of Logan Paul’s performance at Crown Jewel, his brother Jake spoke to the press.
After Logan Paul headlined WWE Crown Jewel against Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship, he revealed that he suffered a torn meniscus, MCL and potentially injured his ACL.
His brother Jake, who was involved in the Crown Jewel main event, was the focus of a media scrum after the event (video courtesy of ‘SecondsOut’). Jake said he was getting goosebumps watching Logan perform and expressed how proud he is of his brother.
I was getting goosebumps the whole entire time [during Logan Paul’s Crown Jewel match]. Just so proud of him and none of this makes any sense. When he was on the scissor lift, fireworks going off, the whole crowd going crazy, I was like this is just a kid from Ohio and we’re in Saudi which has been so much fun by the way. This country’s amazing, the people are so amazing so thank you guys so much for having us.
When asked if he’ll pursue a career in WWE, Jake said ‘for sure’ and does not see a reason why that wouldn’t be an option. He said he loved everything about being a part of the show and thinks he and his brother could take it a long way.
For sure, for sure, why not? [Paul responded when asked if he’s going to pursue a career in WWE] You know, that was so much fun and I know we could take it a long way and yeah, I loved it. I loved everything about it and then everyone here, everyone in the WWE was super nice, super helpful. So just seems like an amazing company to be a part of.
As it pertains to The Bloodline, Jake thinks Roman Reigns is talented but believes if he and his brother keep at wrestling, they’ll be champions in WWE.
The Bloodline, whatever bro. I don’t know. I just wish I was out there sooner to help Logan [Paul] but, I mean, Roman Reigns, he’s dope, he’s cool, he’s a great fighter but at the end of the day, if we do this for a little bit longer, the Paul brothers will be the WWE champions.
Last weekend, via unanimous decision, Jake Paul bested Anderson Silva. Jake expects the pay-per-view buys to come in at around 200-300,000.
If the quotes are used, please credit SecondsOut with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcriptions.