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Logan Paul wins Media Man 'Sports Entertainer Of The Year' 2023

Logan Paul wins Media Man 'Breakout Star Of The Year'

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Logan Paul announces an Eight-Man No. 1 Contender Tournament: SmackDown highlights,
Dec. 1, 2023

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Logan Paul on his potential future in wrestling: “I didn’t realize how much wrestling and WrestleMania would affect my life. I love it.” - April 7, 2022


By Michael Schrute

Logan Paul appeared on “MMA Fighting” to discuss his potential wrestling career, whether he was offered a longer WWE deal, and whether his schedule would allow for it.

Logan Paul talking about a potential career in wrestling:

“I did not do a lot of prep for this. I really did not,” Logan said. “To be honest with you, I didn’t realize how much wrestling and WrestleMania would affect my life. I love it. My whole family loves it. We all had so much fun.”

“So now I’m sitting here pondering like, literally, what to do with the course of my life? Like, I fully had like a boxing three year plan, and now it’s like, okay, do I do boxing or wrestling? It’s so much more fun. People seem to care.”

“It’s, in my opinion, far less dangerous. You know, I’m getting like, constantly just rattled in the head. I don’t know man. Jake’s doing the boxing thing. You know, I’m good at this wrestling thing. Like, I feel like it comes really naturally to me. Imagine if I practiced properly. I showed a fraction of what I could do.”

“If I actually got to Orlando at the Performance Center and just like train, train, train, man, I can’t imagine the type of stuff I’ll be able to pull off.”

Logan Paul was asked if WWE offered him a longer term deal:

“Not yet. Maybe they will. I will say this. Vince McMahon after my match, we shook hands. It was the good old like, step dad Vince thing. He’s like, ‘Trust me. Your future is here.’ Bro, come on. That’s Vince McMahon. He’s a legend.”

“Him being excited about the new guy’s performance, it’s so validating. Even just the response and feedback online I got after the match, haters or lovers, not one negative comment. I think people were surprised by my performance. I’m so grateful that they liked it. I’m happy that I made them happy and was able to entertain on a stage that big. You know, it was probably 70,000 people watching.”

On whether his schedule would allow him to sign a deal with WWE:

“Truthfully, it would come down to whatever the deal is because I do have to allocate my time, specifically and strategically. I love it.”

“I’m willing to dedicate a lot of time to the WWE and enhancing my skills, but it would just have to make monetary sense for me. If I do that, I’m going to be unable to do other things.”

You can view Logan Paul’s entire interview with Ariel Helwani below.






“The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani”




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Boxing and Pro Wrestling Connection for Logan Paul

"That wasn't a plug. I was thirsty. I got blue red. 20 calories, 2 grams sugar. HaHaHa".

"I don't know what else to do Ariel. I really don't know what else to do. Likee, I have this frame that is like atuned for combat. I like to work hard. I like to beat people up. I like when they try to beat me up back"...

"It's just a good platform and I love it".

"Boxing is just so much more intentionally violent, and both sports have their danger"... "Both are extremely primal. I often feel I'm born in the wrong generation. I like the idea of two men, two women, humans going at it with all they have but their body."

"'I don't know, I just feel I'm built for it. Boxing ignites a certain part of my brain that wrestling doesn't, and wrestling ignites a certain part of my brain that boxing doesn't, and I like going back and forth."

"We gotta find a time in the schedule to carve out a time to box because, you know, I am, I guess, technically like a full-time wrestler. I'm on the roster. I have a contract, and it's also a goal of mine to get WWE
Championships. I didn't just come to partake. I came to take over."

"You don't do that if you are hopping in and out of the sport, so we gotta find time to box and time to wrestle, and they've been very accommodating." - Logan Paul
to Ariel Helwani via The MMA Hour Podcast


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Logan Paul on Dillon Danis: ‘I’m Going to Make Him Suffer as Long as I Can’ | The MMA Hour





Combat Sports: Boxing and Pro Wrestling Connection for Logan Paul

Logan Paul
spoke with Sports Illustrated
to help boost the promotion for his upcoming boxing bout on the Prime Card against Dillon Danis on October 14 of this year.

Some prime quotes from the S.I interview and feature:

On fighting Floyd Mayweather Jr:

“In a weird way, the Floyd fight proved to me who I thought I was. The biggest thing that surviving and thriving against Floyd Mayweather did for me was boost my confidence in a way that was so unfamiliar to me at the time. Think about it. People kind of knew me, but then I went toe-to-toe with the greatest boxer alive. So people had to respect that. Ever since then, so many doors have opened. Prime started. I got invited to join the WWE. The confidence that fight gave me made me turn into the man I always thought I would be.”

On his success in WWE
and boxing:

“It’s a combination of self-belief with a little bit of delusion. At first, I thought I was crazy. Eventually, that belief, it’s become reality, and I believe it–fully. That was the only way it could come true. With WWE and boxing, and really everything I’m doing, I’m very fortunate to have found something I like and that I’m good at. I’m only warming up.”

Full article on S.I

Logan Paul Shares Secret To His Success






AEW Dynamite tops one million viewers for TBS debut

The show featured Page vs. Danielson II, the TBS tournament finals, and more.


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AEW Dynamite's TBS debut averaged 1,010,000 viewers on Wednesday night, up 3.6 percent from the final episode on TNT. It’s just the second time since October 6 that the show has topped one million viewers.

In the 18-49 demo, Dynamite drew a 0.43 rating, up 16.2 percent from last week. That’s the show's best number in the demo since September 29.

This is also the first week that Dynamite aired live on the West Coast since October 6.

Dynamite finished second on the cable charts in 18-49, trailing only an NBA game on ESPN that averaged 1.7 million viewers and drew a 0.53 in 18-49.

The show was up in every age group with the exception of people over 50. In that category, Dynamite was down 2.8 percent from the previous week.

The biggest increase, by far, was in the 18-34 age group, where the week-to-week jump was 79 percent.

The show also increased more with women than with men. In the 18-49 age group, women were up 20 percent and men were up 10 percent. In 12-34, the difference was even more dramatic. Females in that demo doubled last week's number, while males were up 45 percent.

As compared to this week last year, when Dynamite aired head-to-head with NXT New Year's Evil and also against news coverage of the United States Capitol insurrection, Dynamite was up 52.6 percent in overall viewers and up 72 percent in the demo.

Listed below are the last 11 weeks of overall viewership and 18-49 demo numbers for Dynamite. The debut show on TBS was up 8.7 percent in viewers and up 22.9 percent in 18-49 from the 10-week averages prior to this week.

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As noted, the controversy surrounding Tony Khan and Big Swole was a hot topic this weekend. It began with an episode of Big Swole’s “Swole World” show that aired on Call-In. During the episode, the former AEW star pointed to a lack of diversity in the top spots of the company as one of the leading factors in her departure in 2021.

Tony Khan responded in a single tweet, pointed to how other people of color have succeeded in AEW, and then said he let Swole’s contract expire because her wrestling wasn’t good enough.

“The top 2 @AEW execs are brown (me & Megha)!! Jade, Bowens, Caster, Dante, Nyla, Isiah & Marq Quen all won on tv this month. The TBS Title Tournament has been very diverse. I let Swole’s contract expire as I felt her wrestling wasn’t good enough. #AEWRampage Street Fight TONIGHT!,” he wrote.

Swole continued to retweet posts throughout the day yesterday, but it wasn’t until this morning that she finally posted a tweet of her own. In it, she implored the wrestling community to listen intently to her podcast because she believes her words are being misunderstood.

“It’s Sunday, take time to actually listen to the podcast instead of reading headlines and excerpts. Understand diversity isn’t just a statistic, counting us/POC isn’t the mindset,” she writes. “Not one time did I ever mention anyone as racist. Comprehension is key.”

One AEW star that quickly reacted to the situation in frustration was Lio Rush, who demanded that Tony Khan apologize for his statement to Big Swole. But since that transpired, it looks as though Rush had a heart-to-heart with Tony Khan and has more optimism toward their process.

“I want this to be clear… I do not consider this to be a diversity issue, and I at no point have thought or said that AEW or Tony is racist,” Lio Rush writes. “We can all clearly see that wrestling as a whole and the AEW roster is perpetually diverse. The issue at hand was a racial insensitivity issue.

“Having spoken to Tony and Megah, we have discussed the endeavors to further understand the struggles of the black community. I am grateful to be able to understand more about Tony and Megah’s own ethnic backgrounds and glad that they are actively seeking input from an African American perspective. I am proud to work for a boss and company that try to make these strides in social equality,” Rush continues. “I look forward to working with Tony to keep making steps towards positive change. I pray that 2022 is a year of positive change in all aspects. Happy New Year and GOD BLESS. #BeTheChange”

Other AEW stars like Powerhouse Hobbs, Jade Cargill, & Shawn Dean also made statements concerning this ordeal. You can see their various statements at this link.

You can see the full tweets below:

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