Following his match against Roman Reigns at Crown Jewel, Logan Paul said he’d suffered an injury. His brother, Jake Paul, recently gave an update.
Wrestling in WWE is sometimes risky, as Logan Paul discovered during his recent match against Roman Reigns. He reportedly worked half of that bout with a knee injury, which he initially feared was related to his ACL. An injury of that nature that requires surgery can take anywhere from six to nine months to recover from. That would have devastated the momentum The Maverick has built up in WWE over the last few months. His outing against Reigns was fantastic, and now he’s set his sights on another big match at WrestleMania 39.
The good news is that, while he did get injured, Logan Paul’s brother Jake recently clarified the nature of the issue. Speaking to DAZN Boxing, Jake Paul said the following: “He’s doing better than expected. They thought it was supposed to be ACL, but it just turned out to be MCL and meniscus, which is better. He’s rehabbing it in LA and hoping for the best.” According to a quick search on Google, the average healing time for MCL injuries is six weeks. That’s much better news for Logan Paul. All injuries are different, and recovery time varies from person to person. Still, something in the six-week neighborhood is much better than the six-month ballpark.
Logan Paul Using His Platform To Call Out John Cena
While Jake Paul isn’t a doctor (and neither are we), he’s a trustworthy source regarding information about his brother. This is excellent news for Logan Paul, who could be professional wrestling’s rookie of the year despite only having three matches to his credit. They’ve all delivered at a high level, and his bout with Reigns at Crown Jewel made the event the most successful Saudi Arabia date in company history. That impact is no joke, and neither is the money and interest it generated for WWE. The first-person viral clip of his frog splash onto Reigns will be played for years, if not decades. Logan Paul is wisely trying to leverage that momentum into a match against another GOAT in John Cena.
He recently called out the former Face That Runs The Place on his podcast, and the internet is already buzzing about the possibility. WWE fans seem to have warmed up to Paul after his strong showing at Crown Jewel, making a Logan Paul match against Cena make even more sense. The event is set to take place in Hollywood, so Triple H will do everything he can to involve as many big names as possible. Theory Vs. Cena has long been rumored to be in the works, but that doesn’t have the same drawing power as Cena against Paul. It’ll likely be a few months before WWE audiences see either of those men back on television, so they’ll have to wait and see what happens in 2023.
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