Speaking on his own podcast, Logan Paul discussed his time at WrestleMania and said he hopes he ends up more involved with WWE, especially in the creative-side of the things.
“I believe part of my value is bridging the gap between the mainstream and WWE world. If I do end up getting more involved, I would love to bridge that gap with creativity,” Paul said. “I think there’s a way to make some sort of mainstream cultural phenomenon with WWE.”
He also revealed that he did not practice most of the moves he busted out at WrestleMania in his tag match with The Miz against The Mysterios, arguing that the ring surface is hard and decided not to try them to avoid injury.
Paul also hit the headlines for walking out at AT&T Stadium for his match wearing a Pokemon trading card as a necklace…a Pikachu Illustrator valued at a whopping $5,275,000. He has the only one, out of 38 in existence, which is rated a perfect 10 by the Professional Sports Authenticator grading service.