Logan Paul Reveals Plans For His Boxing Career After WrestleMania 39 Match vs. Seth Rollins

The Maverick himself plans to stay active in both sports this year.

Logan Paul became a renowned celebrity as a result of his accomplishments as a professional boxer, but he was a crossover YouTube phenom before that.

He recently attracted attention in WWE thanks to his great performances against rivals like The Miz and Roman Reigns. Paul is all set to once again grace the wrestling ring at WrestleMania, however, he recently shed some light on his boxing career.

The 27-year-old star began his career in 2018 and has yet to record a victory.

He has so far faced Floyd Mayweather, the WBC Lightweight Champion, and well-known YouTuber KSI in boxing bouts. It seems that his days hitting the heavy bags are far from over.

Dillon Danis, another well-known MMA fighter, actively promoted a matchup with Logan Paul last year. Danis kept pushing back the fight until word got out that the adversaries had decided to settle their differences in the ring on January 14, 2023.

The Maverick, however, hurt his knee during his WWE Crown Jewel bout last year against Roman Reigns with his return to boxing being scrapped.

Logan Paul’s most recent experience in a boxing ring was an exhibition match against Floyd “Money” Mayweather on June 6th, 2021, in Florida.

That might not, however, be his last. In a recent interview with Fred Talks Fighting, Logan Paul’s return to boxing came up, and the WWE Superstar eventually said that he would fight again this year.

“This year.”

Logan Paul has not won a boxing fight, but he did make it through eight rounds with Floyd Mayweather. Although Floyd dominated the fight and forced a draw, he managed to score 28 shots on the boxing great.

On the other side, Logan Paul is getting set to make his return to the wrestling ring in two weeks. The Maverick would battle against the Drip God Seth Rollins in a marquee match at WrestleMania 39 that could surely prove to be a blockbuster match.

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