WWE star and the former WWE RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch who is also a six times WWE Women’s champion recently talked about WWE star Logan Paul and said that he was doing great so far.
Logan Paul made his WWE debut last year before WrestleMania 37 and he remained on the corner of Sami Zayn during his match against Kevin Owens at the said event. He did not get involved in the match neither his presence during the match excited the fans much either.
Becky Lynch Praises Logan Paul, Says He Is Doing Great So Far
In August he made another appearance on Monday Night RAW, this time during the Miz TV to confront the Miz. Once again he received negative reactions from the fans in spite of the fact that WWE wanted him to get cheers. But it did not work out pretty well for him in this occasion either.
After a number of days, appeared on Friday Night Smackdown and this time he was on the side of Happy Corbin during a heated talk with Kevin Owens. This time WWE did not hesitate to give him some heel works as he teamed up with Corbin to beat down Owens who was the babyface back in that time.
He did not appear since then before his recent appearance where he teamed up with the Miz to take on the Mysterios at WrestleMania 38 and this was his professional wrestling debut. Miz is working with celebrities for two back to back WrestleManias. Last year he worked with Bad Bunny. He was victorious in his professional wrestling debut and he was quite good in his debut.
Becky Lynch who is also a six times WWE Women’s champion recently spoke to Rachel DeMita of ESPN where she talked about WWE star Logan Paul and said that he was doing great so far. She said;
“I haven’t given him any advice, but I have talked to him. He’s a real nice kid. I can say kid because I thought he was my age, but he’s not, he’s real young. This is a hard industry, a tough industry. I have respect for anybody that comes in, takes a bump, tries to be good at it.
“He’s shown that he’s extremely athletic. He’s great at talking and connecting with the audience. His match at WrestleMania was the match right before mine. With celebrities, you never know what you’re going to get, if they’re going to be good, but he was really great. I was standing back there going, ‘Wow, we have a tough act to follow.’
“Of course, we followed it and stole the show, but he set the groundwork. If you’re starting to run this business the way that we do, you have to be on the road 300 days a year, doing shows four days a week, that’s what the real greats do. He has a lot of work to catch up on. So far, he’s doing great.”
Quotes via Fightful