Logan Paul has made all the headlines after WWE Crown Jewel, as he unfortunately suffered a knee injury during his match against Roman Reigns. Dave Meltzer provided an update on Paul’s WWE status, saying that the Superstar has yet to undergo a medical test to determine the extent of his injury.
The popular YouTuber pushed Roman Reigns to his limits in the longest match on the Crown Jewel card, and he earned the respect of the WWE Universe for his star-making performance.
Logan Paul took to social media after his title match and revealed that he had torn his ACL and MCL knee ligaments and may have suffered a meniscus tear.
As revealed during the latest Wrestling Observer radio, WWE officials initially believed that Logan Paul did not seriously injure himself during their Crown Jewel match. While the 27-year-old star hasn’t had her knee tested yet, she is expected to be apart for some time, as Meltzer explained below:
“He [Logan Paul] said I think this was the last Instagram thing he tore his MCL and meniscus, right? I know I got a message where he thought he tore an ACL Was, but again, they didn’t have to look at it. I guess at first he thought he did, but I mean, we’ll probably know more in a day or two. So, it might not be so bad but It can happen. A torn ACL can put him out because, you know, over six months. Second, you know, he’ll still be out for a while.” [8:30 to 9:17]
Logan Paul and Roman Reigns steal the show at WWE Crown Jewel 2022
Dutch Mantle was certainly accurate with his predictions, as the main event of WWE’s latest Saudi Arabia event exceeded all expectations. Logan Paul and Roman Reigns were given 25 minutes to tell a compelling in-ring story, and they did not disappoint the millions of fans watching around the world.
Logan has received widespread acclaim for his involvement in wrestling in his third match in WWE. Roman Reigns also proved why he is one of the best in-ring workers in the game by helping his rookie opponent deliver a memorable World Championship match.
Fan response to Paul vs. Reigns has been overwhelmingly positive, and it opens the door to the possibility of a rematch down the line.
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