Logan Paul provides update on knee injury

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Logan Paul has provided an update on the knee injury he sustained at Crown Jewel earlier this month.

On November 5th, Paul wrestled Roman Reigns in Saudi Arabia and sustained a knee injury mid-way through the match. In a new video blog, there is footage of Paul informing his manager that he tore something right after the spot where Paul executed a splash through the table on the floor.

After flying back to Los Angeles, Paul had his knee checked out and was told he had a near-complete (grade three) tear of the MCL and would require a minimum of six weeks of rehab.

Paul said he has been doing rehab every day but didn’t reveal his timetable for a return to WWE.

It was initially feared that Paul may have suffered a torn ACL, which is an injury that would require surgery and like keep him out of action for six to nine months.

During the video, there was footage of Paul preparing for the match with Reigns while working in the ring with Shawn Michaels, Drew Gulak, and Shane Helms.

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