Logan Paul comments on idea of tagging with Dominik Mysterio in WWE: “The most hated duo of all-time”

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Paul makes the case for the team. 

In April of 2022, both Dominik Mysterio and Logan Paul made their WrestleMania debuts at that year’s event against one another. Paul and The Miz picked up a win over Dominik and Rey Mysterio. 

Present day, Paul is open to the idea of tagging with Dominik as he expressed on his IMPAULSIVE podcast. He touted that they could be one of the most hated duos and brought up their WrestleMania history. He added that maybe him and Dominik can go further than his pairing with WWE Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley. 

Totally beat their ass, beat their ass at WrestleMania (Logan said about Rey & Dominik Mysterio). That’s what I did. No, Rey, he’s one of the best wrestlers of all-time and he’s a sick human being. I had a crazy idea recently, for Dom, because Dom is super heel right now. Dominik Mysterio, cannot get a word out. I’m telling you, he lifts the microphone to his mouth and the whole arena, ‘Boo!’ He can’t cut a promo and he plays on it and it’s really working right now. They hate him. Logan Paul, Dominik Mysterio, tag team. The most hated duo of all-time. The most hated tag team partners in the WWE just crushing it, running through it because we have a story arc too. We both did our first WrestleMania together. That was both our first WrestleMania. I think it’d be crazy. 

That’s the only issue (Dom’s partnership with Rhea Ripley). But, I’m sure I could fit my way in there. Essentially, who cares (if I third wheel)? And honestly, I don’t know, me and Dom, maybe we could go further than him and Rhea (he laughed). 

Excluding the Money in the Bank Ladder match and men’s Royal Rumble, Logan Paul is 3-2 in his in-ring career. He scored a win over Ricochet at SummerSlam.

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